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CI 161. Content Area Methods and Materials in Secondary Teaching
Prerequisites: CI 152 AND CI 159 or concurrent enrollment; admission to the Single Subject Credential Program or teaching experience. Planning, delivering, and assessing contentspecific instruction; academic and common core standards; identifying specific standards that require literacy strategies. (Instructional materials fee for Single Subject  Art Methods and Materials enrollees, $10)
Units: 3, Repeatable up to 999 units
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
EHD 154B. Final Student Teaching Seminar  Mathematics
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in EHD 155B. Seminar to accompany final student teaching that provides opportunities for candidates to investigate and discuss variety of topics and strategies and to reflect on issues that surface during their student teaching experience.
Units: 1
EHD 155B. Student Teaching in Secondary School  Math
Prerequisites: admission to student teaching, EHD 155A, CI 161 (or concurrently, depending on major departmental policy); senior or post baccalaureate standing; approval of major department including subject matter competency approval; completion of the subject matter preparation program or passing the subject matter examination(s) designated by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Supervised teaching in single subject classroom; assignment is for the full day; five days per week. CR/NC grading only.
Units: 510, Repeatable up to 20 units
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 3. College Algebra
Prerequisite: Mathematics placement category I or II. Students in Mathematics placement category III or IV must take MATH 3L. Equations and inequalities; rectangular coordinates; systems of equations and inequalities; polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs; complex numbers.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 3L. College Algebra w/ Support
Equations and inequalities; rectangular coordinates; systems of equations and inequalities; polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs; complex numbers.(3 lecture, 3 lab hours)
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 5. Trigonometry
No credit if taken after MATH 75 or MATH 75A and B. Prerequisite: Mathematics placement category I or II. Can be taken concurrently with Math 3 for category standing III or IV. Concept of a function, sine and cosine functions, tables and graphs, other trigonometric functions, identities and equations. Trigonometric functions of angles, solution of triangles. (See Duplication of Courses).
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 6. Precalculus
No credit if taken after MATH 75 or MATH 75A and B. Prerequisite: Mathematics placement category I or II. Basic algebraic properties of real numbers; linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; functions and graphs; polynomials; exponential and logarithmic functions; analytic trigonometry and functions. G.E. Foundation B4. (3 lecture, 2 activity hours)
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 10A. Structure and Concepts in Mathematics I
Prerequisite: Mathematics placement category I or II. Students in Mathematics placement category III or IV must take Math 10AL. Designed for prospective elementary school teachers. Development of real numbers including integers, rational and irrational numbers, computation, prime numbers and factorizations, and problemsolving strategies. Meets B4 G. E. requirement only for liberal studies majors.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 10AL. Structure and Concepts in Mathematics I w/Support
Designed for prospective elementary school teachers. Development of real numbers including integers, rational and irrational numbers, computation, prime numbers and factorizations, and problemsolving strategies. Meets B4 G. E. requirement only for liberal studies majors. (3 lecture, 3 lab hours)
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 10B. Structure and Concepts in Mathematics II
Prerequisite: MATH 10A. Designed for prospective elementary school teachers. Counting methods, elementary probability and statistics. Topics in geometry include polygons, congruence and similarity, measurement, geometric transformations, coordinate geometry, and connections between numbers and geometry with selected applications.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 11. Elementary Statistics
Prerequisite: Mathematics placement category I or II. Students in Mathematics placement category III or IV must take Math 11L. Illustration of statistical concepts: elementary probability models, sampling, descriptive measures, confidence intervals, testing hypotheses, chisquare, nonparametric methods, regression. It is recommended that students with credit in MATH 75 or MATH 75A and B take MATH 101.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 11L. Elementary Statistics w/Support
Illustration of statistical concepts: elementary probability models, sampling, descriptive measures, confidence intervals, testing hypotheses, chisquare, nonparametric methods, regression. It is recommended that students with credit in MATH 75 or MATH 75A and B take MATH 101. (3 lecture, 3 lab hours)
Units: 4
GE Area: B4
MATH 45. What Is Mathematics?
Prerequisite: Mathematics placement category I or II. Students in Mathematics placement category III or IV must take Math 45L. Covers topics from the following areas: (I) The Mathematics of Social Choice; (II) Management Science and Optimization; (III) The Mathematics of Growth and Symmetry; and (IV) Statistics and Probability. G. E. Foundation B4.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 45L. What Is Mathematics w/Support
Covers topics from the following areas: (I) The Mathematics of Social Choice; (II) Management Science and Optimization; (III) The Mathematics of Growth and Symmetry; and (IV) Statistics and Probability. G. E. Foundation B4. (3 lecture, 3 lab hours)
Units: 4
GE Area: B4
MATH 70. Calculus for Life Sciences
No credit if taken after MATH 75 or MATH 75A and B. Prerequisite: Mathematics placement category I or II and calculus placement according to department standards. Functions and graphs, limits, derivatives, antiderivatives, differential equations, and partial derivatives with applications in Life Sciences.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 75. Calculus I
No credit if taken after MATH 76. Prerequisites: Mathematics placement category I or II, and calculus placement according to department standards. Functions, graphs, limits, continuity, derivatives and applications, definite and indefinite integrals. (3 lecture, 2 activity hours) G.E. Foundation B4.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 75A. Calculus with Review IA
No credit if taken after MATH 76. Prerequisites: Mathematics placement category I or II, and calculus placement according to department standards. Functions, graphs, limits, continuity, derivatives, and applications, with extensive review of algebra and elementary functions. With MATH 75B, equivalent to MATH 75. G.E. Foundation B4.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: B4
MATH 75B. Calculus with Review IB
No credit if taken after MATH 76. Prerequisite: MATH 75A. Further applications of derivatives, and definite and indefinite integrals, with extensive review of algebra and elementary functions. With MATH 75A, equivalent to MATH 75.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 76. Calculus II
No credit if taken after MATH 77. Prerequisite: MATH 75 or MATH 75A and B. Techniques and applications of integration, improper integrals, conic sections, polar coordinates, infinite series. (3 lecture, 2 activity hours)
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 77. Calculus III
No credit taken after MATH 81. Prerequisite: MATH 76. Vectors, threedimensional calculus, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, Green's Theorem, Stokes' Theorem.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 81. Elementary Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
Prerequisite: MATH 77. Introduction to ordinary linear differential equations and linear systems of differential equations; solutions by Laplace transforms. Solution of linear systems of equations; introduction to vector spaces; eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Using computer software as an exploratory tool.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 90. Directed Study
Independently arranged course of study in some limited area of mathematics either to remove a deficiency or to investigate a topic in more depth. (13 hours, to be arranged)
Units: 13
MATH 100. Exploring Mathematics
Prerequisite: MATH 10B. The development of mathematical reasoning, problem solving, and communication skills for effective teaching of mathematics in elementary school.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 101. Statistical Methods
No credit if taken after MATH 108. Prerequisite: MATH 70 or MATH 75, or MATH 75A and B. Application of statistical procedures to examples from biology, engineering, and social science; one and twosample normal theory methods; chisquare, analysis of variance, and regression; nonparametric methods. Computerized statistical packages are used.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 102. Introduction to Biostatistics
Prerequisites: MATH 6 or MATH 70 or MATH 75 (MATH 70 or MATH 75 may be taken concurrently). Introduction to statistical methods used in biological experiments and data analyses, with emphasis on interpretation, presentation, and writing statistical reports. Topics include describing and visualizing data, sampling methods, probability, experimental design, hypothesis testing, regression, ANOVA and nonparametric tests. This course satisfies the statistics requirement for Biology majors. Students majoring in Biology or a closely related major can benefit greatly from taking this course.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 105. Statistical Programming and Data Analysis
Prerequisite: MATH 11 or MATH 101 or permission of instructor. Introduction to SAS and R through programming and data analysis. Topics include data access, data structure, data management and manipulation, simulations, arrays, matrices, graphics, custom functions, and standard statistical techniques in SAS/R.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 106. Applied Linear Statistical Models
Prerequisites: MATH 75; MATH 11 or MATH 101 or permission of instructor. Topics include simple linear regression, parameter inference, interval estimation, prediction, diagnostics and remedial measures, multiple linear regression, model selection and validation, generalized linear models, ridge regression, LASSO.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 107. Mathematical Statistics
Prerequisite: MATH 77 (may be taken concurrently). Probability theory; discrete and continuous distributions; random variables; conditional distributions; multivariate distributions; limit theorems; maximum likelihood methods.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 108. Advanced Mathematical Statistics
Prerequisite: MATH 107. Statistical inferences; sufficiency; optimal hypothesis tests;
inferences from normal theory, nonparametric statistics; elementary decision theory;
Bayesian statistics.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 109. Applied Probability
Prerequisite: MATH 107. Introduction to stochastic processes and their applications in science and industry. Markov chains, queues, stationary time series.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 110. Symbolic Logic
(Similar to PHIL 145; consult department.) Prerequisite: MATH 75 or MATH 75A and B. An informal treatment of the theory of logical inference, statement calculus, truthtables, predicate calculus, interpretations applications.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 111. Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Prerequisite: MATH 76. Introduction to the language and problems of mathematics. Use of LaTeX as a typesetting tool. Topics include set theory, symbolic logic, types of proofs, and mathematical induction. Emphasis on students constructing, explaining, and justifying mathematical arguments through active learning.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 114. Discrete Structures
Prerequisite: MATH 111. Counting techniques, matrix algebra, graphs, trees and networks, recurrence relations and generating functions, applied modern algebra.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 116. Theory of Numbers
Prerequisite: MATH 111. Divisibility theory in the integers, primes and their distribution, congruence theory, Diophantine equations, number theoretic functions, primitive roots, indices, the quadratic reciprocity law.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 118. Graph Theory
Prerequisite: MATH 111. Trees, connectivity, Euler and Hamilton paths, matchings, chromatic problems, planar graphs, independence, directed graphs, networks.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring  even
MATH 121. Numerical Analysis I
Prerequisites: MATH 77 and either CSCI 40 or ECE 71. Computer arithmetic, solutions of equations using iterative techniques, interpolation, numerical differentiation, quadrature, and numerical ordinary differential equations. Use of numerical software libraries.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 122. Numerical Analysis II
Prerequisites: MATH 121, MATH 152. Systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination with pivoting, matrix inversion, determinant of a matrix, SVD, LU and Cholesky factorization of a matrix, iterative techniques, orthogonal matrix, QR factorization, GramSchmidt and Householder methods, approximating eigenvalues, systems of nonlinear equations, steepest descent techniques, Newton's method, and rational approximation.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 123. Mathematical Modeling
Prerequisite: MATH 77. Application of mathematical techniques to solve selected problems in areas such as ecology, biology, economics, finance, social sciences, life sciences, physical sciences and engineering. The emphasis will be on building mathematical models and on interpreting the solutions of these models in terms of reallife applications. G.E. IB for BS in MathematicsIntegrated Credential Option only.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
GE Area: IB
MATH 128. Applied Complex Analysis
Prerequisite: MATH 77. Analytic functions of a complex variable, contour integration, series, singularities of analytic functions, the residue theorems, conformal mappings; emphasis on engineering and physics applications.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 133. Number Theory for Liberal Studies
Prerequisite: MATH 10B or permission of instructor. The historical development of the concept of number and arithmetic algorithms. The magnitude of numbers. Basic number theory. Special numbers and sequences. Number patterns. Modular arithmetic.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 134. Geometry for Liberal Studies
Prerequisite: MATH 10B or permission of instructor. The use of computer technology to study and explore concepts in Euclidean geometry. Topics include, but are not restricted to, properties of polygons, tilings, and polyhedra.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 137. Exploring Statistics
Prerequisite: MATH 10B or permission of instructor. Descriptive and inferential statistics with a focus on applications to mathematics education. Use of technology and activities for student discovery and understanding of data organization, collection, analysis and inference.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 138. Exploring Algebra
Prerequisite: MATH 10B or permission of instructor. Designed for prospective school teachers who wish to develop a deeper conceptual understanding of algebraic themes and ideas needed to become competent and effective mathematics teachers.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 139. Advanced Algebra for Middle School Teachers
Prerequisite: MATH 6 or MATH 138. Basic structures of modern algebra from a middle school mathematics curriculum perspective. Algebraic structures, polynomial equations, and elementary linear algebra.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 143. History of Mathematics
Prerequisite: MATH 75 or MATH 75A and 75B. History of the development of mathematical concepts in algebra, geometry, number theory, analytical geometry, and calculus from ancient times through modern times. Theorems with historical significance will be studied as they relate to the development of modern mathematics.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 145. Problem Solving
Prerequisite: MATH 111; EHD 50 (may be enrolled concurrently). A study of formulation of problems into mathematical form; analysis of methods of attack such as specialization, generalization, analogy, induction, recursion, etc. applied to a variety of nonroutine problems. Topics will be handled through student presentation.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 149S. Capstone Mathematics for Teachers
Prerequisites: MATH 151; MATH 161; MATH 171 (MATH 161 and 171 may be taken concurrently). Secondary school mathematics from an advanced viewpoint. This course builds on students' work in upper division mathematics to deepen their understanding of the mathematics taught in secondary schools. In collaboration with local inservice teachers and university faculty, students will actively explore topics in number theory, algebra, analysis, geometry, and apply their content knowledge in a servicelearning context.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 151. Principles of Algebra
Prerequisite: MATH 152 or permission of instructor; and MATH 111. Groups; subgroups; cyclic groups; group homomorphisms and isomorphisms; factor groups; direct products of groups. Rings; matrix rings; polynomial rings; ring homomorphisms and isomorphisms; ideals; factor rings; direct products of rings. Integral domains; fields.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 152. Linear Algebra
Prerequisite: MATH 77. Vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, linear functions, innerproduct spaces, bilinear forms, quadratic forms, orthogonal and unitary transformations, selected applications.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 161. Principles of Geometry
Prerequisite: MATH 111. The classical elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic geometries developed on a framework of incidence, order and separation, congruence; coordinatization. Theory of parallels for parabolic and hyperbolic geometries. Selected topics of modern Euclidean geometry.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 165. Differential Geometry
Prerequisite: MATH 77 and MATH 111. Study of geometry in Euclidean space by means of calculus, including theory of curves and surfaces, curvature, theory of surfaces, and intrinsic geometry on a surface.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 171. Intermediate Mathematical Analysis I
Prerequisite: MATH 111. Natural and rational numbers, real numbers as a complete ordered field, its usual topology, sequences and series of real numbers, functions of a real variable, limits, continuity, uniform continuity, differentiability, generalized mean value theorem, Riemann integrals, and power series.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 172. Intermediate Mathematical Analysis II
Prerequisite: MATH 77 and MATH 171. Pointwise and uniform convergence of sequences and series of functions, convergence of sequences in higher dimensions, continuity and differentiability of functions of several variables. The inverse and implicit function theorems; topics in integration theory in higher dimensions.
Units: 4
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 181. Differential Equations
Prerequisite: MATH 81. Definition and classification of differential equations; general, particular, and singular solutions; existence theorems; theory and technique of solving certain differential equations: phase plane analysis, elementary stability theory; applications.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 182. Partial Differential Equations
Prerequisites: MATH 81. Classical methods for solving partial differential equations including separation of variables, Green's functions, the RiemannVolterra method and Cauchy's problem for elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic equations; applications to theoretical physics.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 190. Independent Study
See Academic Placement. Approved for RP grading.
Units: 13, Repeatable up to 6 units
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 191T. Proseminar
Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Presentation of advanced topics in mathematics in the field of the student's interest.
Units: 13, Repeatable up to 9 units
MATH 192. Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar
Prerequisite: MATH 76 or consent of the instructor. Presentations on various topics in
mathematics. The course is intended for STEM students with a strong interest in
mathematics. It is an upper division elective course.
Units: 1, Repeatable up to 3 units
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 193A. Junior Seminar in Applied Mathematics
Prerequisites: Junior standing; MATH 111 and at least two of MATH 109, MATH 121, MATH 122, MATH 123, MATH 152, MATH 181, and MATH 182, or permission from instructor. The seminar features talks in applied mathematics given by faculty, guest speakers, and/or senior mathematics majors who previously took this seminar and have taken or are enrolled in MATH 198. Student presentations will preferably be related to presenter?s work in MATH 198, which must be on advanced topics in applied mathematics. The seminar is part of the culminating experience for the Applied Mathematics option. (Formerly MATH 191T)
Units: 1
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 193B. Junior Seminar in Pure Mathematics
Prerequisites: Junior standing; MATH 111 and MATH 152 (MATH 152 can be taken concurrently), or permission from instructor. The seminar features talks in pure mathematics given by mathematics faculty, guest speakers, and/or senior mathematics majors who previously took this seminar and have taken or are enrolled in MATH 198. Student presentations will preferably be related to presenter?s work in MATH 198, which must be on advanced topics in pure mathematics. The seminar is part of the culminating experience for the Pure Mathematics option in the B.S. in Mathematics. (Formerly MATH 191T)
Units: 1
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 193C. Research Seminar in Statistics
Prerequisite: MATH 106 (can be taken concurrently) and MATH 107, or permission from instructor. Presentations and discussions given by mathematics faculty, guest speakers, and students on data analysis and/or advanced topics in statistics. The seminar is the culminating experience for the Statistics option in the B.S. in Mathematics. (Formerly MATH 191T)
Units: 1
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 193D. Junior Seminar in Mathematics Teaching
Prerequisites: Junior standing; MATH 111 and at least one of MATH 101, MATH 143, MATH 145, or permission from instructor. Undergraduate seminar featuring talks in mathematics education given by faculty, guest speakers, and students. Student presenters in this seminar will showcase their experiences from educational settings (preferably related to the servicelearning component of MATH 149S) or research in mathematics education. Reflections, debates, discussions, and lesson plans. The seminar is a requirement for the Teaching and Integrated Credential options in the B.S. in Mathematics. (Formerly MATH 191T)
Units: 1
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 198. Senior Project
Prerequisites: Senior standing or permission of instructor; MATH 151, MATH 171, and MATH 152. Independent investigation and presentation of an advanced topic in mathematics. Satisfies the senior major requirement for the B.A. in Mathematics.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 200. Research Methods in Mathematics Education
This course covers quantitative and qualitative methods of researching how people think and learn about mathematics, and how research informs the teaching of mathematics. Content includes research design, use of statistical analyses, and critical examination of research in mathematics education.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall  even
MATH 201. Cognition in Mathematics
This course explores theories and empirical studies which examine the development of students' and teachers' knowledge and practices in mathematics. A central theme of the course is the examination of research on the use of technology in the teaching of mathematics.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall  odd
MATH 202. Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics
Prerequisites: MATH 151, MATH 161 and MATH 171. Fundamental notions regarding number theory, number systems, algebra of number fields; functions.
Units: 3
MATH 216T. Topics in Number Theory
Prerequisite: MATH 116. An investigation of topics having either historical or current research interest in the field of number theory. (Formerly MATH 216)
Units: 3, Repeatable up to 6 units
MATH 220. Coding Theory
Prerequisites: MATH 151 and MATH 152. Basic concepts in coding theory, properties of linear and onlinear codes, standard decoding algorithms, cyclic codes, BCHcodes.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring  even
MATH 223. Applied Operator Theory
Prerequisite: graduate standing or permission of instructor. Fundamentals of abstract spaces and spectral theory of operators with applications. Resolvent set and spectrum of a linear operator. Bounded and unbounded linear operators. Compact operators and the Fredholm alternative. Symmetry and selfadjointness.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring  odd
MATH 228. Functions of a Complex Variable
Prerequisite: MATH 128. Representation theorems of Weierstrass and MittagLeffler, normal families, conformal mapping and Riemann mapping theorem, analytic continuation, Dirichlet problem.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring  odd
MATH 232. Mathematical Models with Technology
Prerequisite: graduate standing in mathematics or permission of instructor. A technologyassisted study of the mathematics used to model phenomena in statistics, natural science, and engineering.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall  even
MATH 250. Perspectives in Algebra
Prerequisite: graduate standing in mathematics or permission of instructor. Study of advanced topics in algebra, providing a higher perspective to concepts in the high school curriculum. Topics selected from, but not limited to, groups, rings, fields, and vector spaces.
Units: 3
MATH 251. Abstract Algebra I
Prerequisite: MATH 151 or permission of instructor. Semidirect products of groups; isomorphism theorems. Group actions; Sylow theorems; classification of groups of small order; finitely generated Abelian groups. Rings and ideals; quotient rings; domains (ED, PID, UFD); polynomial rings.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring
MATH 252. Abstract Algebra II
Prerequisite: MATH 251. Field extensions; automorphisms of fields; Galois theory.
Additional topics to be chosen from (1) modules, (2) linear and multilinear algebra and (3) representation theory.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall  odd
MATH 260. Perspectives in Geometry
Prerequisite: MATH 151 and MATH 152 or permission of instructor. Geometry from a transformations point of view. Projective geometry: theorems of Ceva, Menelaus, Desargues, and Pappus; conics; coordinatization. Transformations of the plane (Euclidean and projective); tessellations; wallpaper groups. Further topics to be selected from Incidence Geometry, Differential Geometry, or Algebraic Geometry.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring  even
MATH 263. Point Set Topology
Prerequisite: MATH 172. Basic concepts of point set topology, set theory, topological spaces, continuous functions; connectivity, compactness and separation properties of spaces. Topics selected from function spaces, metrization, dimension theory.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall  even
MATH 270. Perspectives in Analysis
Prerequisite: graduate standing in mathematics or permission of instructor. An overview of the development of mathematical analysis, both real and complex. Emphasizes interrelation of the various areas of study , the use of technology, and relevance to the high school mathematics curriculum.
Units: 3
MATH 271. Real Analysis
Prerequisite: MATH 172. Lebesgue's measure and integration theory on the real line. Limit theorems and types of convergence. Lp spaces. Differentiation and integration.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall
MATH 272. Functional Analysis
Prerequisite: MATH 271 or permission of instructor. Elements of the theory of abstract spaces. The three fundamental principles of linear functional analysis (HahnBanach Theorem, Uniform Boundedness Principle, and Open Mapping Theorem) and their implications. Duality and reflexivity of normed vector spaces, geometry of Hilbert spaces. (Formerly MATH 291T)
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Spring  even
MATH 290. Independent Study
See Academic Placement. Approved for RP grading.
Units: 13, Repeatable up to 6 units
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 291T. Seminar
Prerequisite: graduate standing. Presentation of current mathematical research in field of student's interest.
Units: 13, Repeatable up to 6 units
MATH 298. Research Project in Mathematics
Prerequisite: graduate standing. Independent investigation of advanced character as the culminating requirement for the master's degree. Approved for RP grading.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 298C. Project Continuation
Prerequisite: Project MATH 298. For continuous enrollment while completing the project. May enroll twice with department approval. Additional enrollments must be approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies.
Units: 0
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring
MATH 299. Thesis in Mathematics
Prerequisite: See Criteria for Thesis and Project. Preparation, completion, and submission of an acceptable thesis for the master's degree. Approved for RP grading.
Units: 3
Course Typically Offered: Fall, Spring


