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Program Highlights

This year Dave Kung gave one of the MAA's Distinguished Lecture Series talks in DC! Watch the short version of the talk above, read more about it at the MAA website, or watch the entire talk.

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## Current Courses

If you're looking for what courses are currently being taught, search the Schedule of Classes.

#### Course Descriptions

Below are brief descriptions of all math courses on the book. (For more complete descriptions, see the SMCM Catalog.)

- Math 111 - Precalculus - Everything you need to know to succeed in Calculus.
- Math 131 - Survey of Mathematics - The beauty of mathematics, without getting too dirty.
- Math 151 - Calculus I - The study of change (and everything changes).
- Math 152 - Calculus II - The (continued) study of change (and everything still changes).
- Math 161, 162 - Math for Teachers I, II - The math you need to be a teacher (mostly aimed at K-6 teachers)
- Math 200 - Discrete Mathematics -
- Math 221 - Statistics - What you get when you throw out the lies and damned lies.
- Math 255 - Vector Calculus - Calculus in dimensions 3 and above.
- Math 256 - Linear Algebra -Vectors, matrices, and everything you can do with multiplication and addition.
- Math 281 - Foundations of Mathematics (FOM) - How and why we prove mathematical statements.
- Math 311 - Differential Equations - Using Calculus to predict the future.
- Math 321, 322 - Algebra I, II - A year-long study in the language of symmetry.
- Math 351, 352 - Analysis I, II - A year-long study of the real line and functions on the real line.
- Math 391 - Putnam Seminar - Preparation for December's Putnam Exam
- Math 392 - Problem Solving Seminar - How to solve problems, for students who have finished Calculus I (or more!)
- Math 411 - Partial Differential Equations - Differential Equations in higher dimensions.
- Math 421 - Combinatorics - Counting things (seriously!)
- Math 451 - Complex Analysis - Analysis using complex numbers ... so unreal!
- Math 461 - Topology - The mathematics of rubber sheets.
- Math 481, 482 - Topics in Mathematics - Whatever's on our minds that semester.