Undergraduate course offering
(prior to Fall 2015)

Click on a course to see details as well as past midterm and final examinations.

The regular schedule for our courses is also indicated in the tables below. F, W or S means that a course is taught in the Fall, Winter or Summer terms, respectively; F & W indicates a full year course.

For courses that are not taught every year, the prefix E indicates that the course is taught on even years (for example, an EW course runs Winter 2012, Winter 2014, etc.), O indicates odd years (for example, an OF course runs Fall 2013, Fall 2015, etc.). Full year courses can also run alternating years; for example, an EF & OW course runs in the academic years 2012-2013, 2014-2015, etc. Finally, courses indicated with Irreg. run irregularly.

Note that some regularly scheduled courses may sometimes not be offered.

To see details about courses starting in Fall 2015, see here.

Year 1 courses

Course Name Terms
MATH 1010Applied Finite MathematicsFWS
MATH 1020Mathematics in ArtFWS
MATH 1190Topics in MathematicsIrreg.
MATH 1200Elements of Discrete MathematicsFW
MATH 1210Techniques of Classical and Linear AlgebraFWS
MATH 1300Vector Geometry and Linear AlgebraFWS
MATH 1310Matrices for Management and Social SciencesFW
MATH 1500Introduction to CalculusFWS
MATH 1510Applied Calculus 1FW
MATH 1520Introductory Calculus for Management and Social SciencesFW
MATH 1700Calculus 2FWS
MATH 1710Applied Calculus 2W

Year 2 courses

Course Name Terms
MATH 2120Introductory Numerical Methods for EngineersW
MATH 2130Engineering Mathematical Analysis 1FWS
MATH 2132Engineering Mathematical Analysis 2FWS
MATH 2202Fundamentals of Mathematical AnalysisF
MATH 2300Linear Algebra 2FWS
MATH 2352Advanced Linear AlgebraF & W
MATH 2400Applied Graph TheoryFW
MATH 2450Combinatorial MathematicsIrreg.
MATH 2500Introduction to Number TheoryFWS
MATH 2552Geometry of the PlaneIrreg.
MATH 2600Numerical Mathematics 1W
MATH 2720Multivariable CalculusFWS
MATH 2730Sequences and SeriesFW
MATH 2750Intermediate CalculusF & W
MATH 2800Ordinary Differential Equations with Applications 1W

Year 3 courses

Course Name Terms
MATH 3120Applied Discrete MathematicsF
MATH 3130Linear Spaces for PhysicistsF
MATH 3132Engineering Mathematical Analysis 3FW
MATH 3142Engineering Mathematical Analysis 4Irreg.
MATH 3220Set TheoryOF
MATH 3230Metric SpacesF
MATH 3240Topology 1W
MATH 3300Modern Algebra 1F
MATH 3310Modern Algebra 2W
MATH 3350Advanced AlgebraF & W
MATH 3400Combinatorics 1W
MATH 3430Modern GeometryOW
MATH 3450Theory of NumbersOF & EW
MATH 3530Mathematical Problems in the Biological SciencesOW
MATH 3600Numerical Mathematics 2F
MATH 3700Applied Complex AnalysisF
MATH 3710Complex Analysis 1W
MATH 3740Methods of Advanced CalculusF & W
MATH 3760Advanced CalculusF & W
MATH 3800Ordinary Differential Equations with Applications 2F
MATH 3810Partial Differential Equations 1W
MATH 3820Introduction to Mathematical ModellingW

Year 4 courses

Course Name Terms
MATH 4200Topology 2Irreg.
MATH 4230Algebraic TopologyW
MATH 4250Mathematical LogicEF & OW
MATH 4310Applied Matrix AnalysisEF
MATH 4350Modern AlgebraIrreg.
MATH 4400Combinatorics 2EW
MATH 4410Graphs, Codes and DesignsIrreg.
MATH 4420Finite GeometryIrreg.
MATH 4430Introduction to Elliptic CurvesIrreg.
MATH 4610Introduction to Finite Elements and Boundary ElementsIrreg.
MATH 4700Applied Functional AnalysisIrreg.
MATH 4710Complex Analysis 2F
MATH 4730Tensor and Variational CalculusF
MATH 4750Real VariablesF & W
MATH 4800Dynamical Systems: Theory and ApplicationsOW
MATH 4810Partial Differential Equations 2OF

News

MathCamp 2017 information is online.

Manitoba Workshop on Mathematical Imaging Science Friday, May 5, all day, Robert Schultz Lecture Theatre, details.

In an effort to help students, the Math department has put together the LevelUp program. See details here. Video explaining registration process is here.

Events

Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 15:30, 418 Machray Hall
Tommy Kucera
Fibonacci and The Liber Abaci
(Seminar series : Colloquium)

Friday, May 12th, 2017 at 15:30, 418 Machray Hall
John Dallon
Modeling Amoeboidal Cell Motion -- Force vs Speed
(Seminar series : Colloquium)

Friday, August 4th, 2017 at 15:30, 418 Machray Hall
Jose Aguayo
TBA
(Seminar series : Colloquium)