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Virtually every student at UW will take one or more math courses to fulfill graduation requirements. The intent is to illustrate the esthetics inherent in mathematics, and to provide students with the quantitative skills needed for today's careers.
Mathematics majors receive a broad and deep view of the mathematical sciences. They develop their mathematical thinking and communications skills in algebra, analysis, and applied math. They learn a variety of technological tools necessary for jobs in education, business, government, and industry. In addition to our math classes, the department offers a variety of opportunities to enrich the undergraduate experience. Students can participate in weekly seminars, summer research projects, Putnam Team competitions, and the math club.
Program Specific Admission Requirements
To be competitive for admission, applicants must have strong backgrounds in mathematics. Generally, this means a bachelor's degree in mathematics or a closely related discipline. All applicants should have substantial coursework beyond the calculus sequence; courses in differential equations, linear algebra, and, in particular, courses in abstract algebra and analysis are highly recommended. A solid performance on the GRE Subject Test in Mathematics can demonstrate the applicant's mastery of these subjects. The GRE Subject Test in Mathematics is therefore recommended but not required.
The GRE General Test is required, with a minimum Quantitative Reasoning score of 157 and Verbal score of 143. International applicants need a composite TOEFL score of 76 or an IELTS score of 6.5.
ETS only reports TOEFL scores taken within two years of the date of request.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website
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- Problem Solving
- Bridge Program Math
- Number and Operations for Elementary School Teachers
- Data, Probability, and Algebra for Elementary School Teachers
- Math, Music and Acoustics
- College Algebra
- Algebra and Trigonometry
- Geometry and Measurement for Elementary School Teachers
- Calculus I
- Calculus II
- Calculus III
- Elementary Linear Algebra
- Discrete Structures
- Applied Differential Equations
- Business Calculus
- Mathematical Applications for Business
- Mathematics Major Seminar
- Putnam Team Seminar
- Analysis I: Elementary Real Analysis
- Introduction to Scientific Computing
- Algebra I: Introduction to Rings and Proofs
- History of Mathematics
- Mathematics in the Elementary School
- Secondary School on Campus
- Analysis 2: Advanced Analysis
- Analysis 3: Undergraduate Topics in Analysis
- Introduction to Complex Analysis
- Mathematical Theory of Probability
- Introduction to the Theory of Statistics
- Introduction to Mathematical Modeling
- Numerical Methods for Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
- Advanced Logic
- Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
- Matrix Theory
- Algebra II: Introduction to Group Theory
- Algebra III: Topics in Abstract Algebra
- Theory of Numbers
- Foundations of Geometry
- Seminar in Mathematics
- Professional Development in Teaching
- Topics in the Foundations of Mathematics
- Modeling Flow Transport in Soil and Groundwater Systems
- Numbers, Operations, and Patterns for the Middle-level Learner
- Seminar in Secondary School Mathematics
- Social and Historical Issues in Mathematics and the Middle-Level Learner
- Connecting Geometry with Problem-Solving for the Middle-Level Learner
- Mathematics of Change and the Middle-Level Learner
- Real Variables I
- Real Variables II
- Complex Variables I
- Complex Variables II
- Functional Analysis I
- Functional Analysis II
- Topics in Analysis
- Computational Methods in Applied Sciences
- Computational Methods II
- Computational Methods III
- Topics in Numerical Analysis
- Methods of Applied Mathematics
- Methods of Applied Mathematics II
- Ordinary Differential Equations II
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University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming is located in the safe and inviting college town of Laramie, Wyoming. Laramie is a community located about two hours north of the large, metropolitan city of Denver, Colorado. Laramie is nestled in a valley at...
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