Jan 26, 2022  
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 
    
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 500-, 600-, and 700-level courses are graduate courses.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the field and department or program to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents and the index.

The following course designations  are not in use at Hunter College for currently offered courses.
 

 

Physical Geography

  
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    PGEOG 66000 - Challenging Concepts in Earth Science: Using Research to Identify Common Misconceptions and Assess Student Learning


    Overview of research and theory related to misconceptions in the earth sciences. Students will be expected to develop a research proposal or to conduct the research in their own classrooms, and write a paper in the form of a journal article. The article will serve as the culminating project for the science portion of the MA-TEP degree.

    Hours 45 hrs, including conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics. This course is part of the MA Teacher Education Program in Earth Sciences.
  
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    PGEOG 70100 - Special Topics in Physical Geography


    Examination of one physical geography topic such as hydrology, climatology, soils; lab exercises.

    Hours 45 hrs-75 hrs including conference,
    Credits ‘2-4 cr
    Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70152 - Hydrology


    Provides students an understanding of the hydrologic cycle - the most fundamental principle of hydrology and emphasizes an understanding of the complete hydrological cycle processes at global, regional and watershed scales.

    prereq: PGEOG 130 or permission from the instructor
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Course pending Senate approval. Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70160 - Biogeography


    This course provides an understanding of the geographic distribution and temporal variability of species, communities, and other organizing units over the face of the Earth and the biotic and abiotic factors and processes underlying these patterns and dynamics.

    prereq: PGEOG 13000 or GEOG 10100 or BIO 10000/10200 or permission from the instructor
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Course pending Senate approval. Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70179 - Geology of NYC and Vicinity


    Focus on the complexity of the geology of the New York Metro area and its vicinity. Using urban public transportation, walking, and hiking, students will directly observe natural exposures of the large variety of rock outcroppings in the area. Course consists of lectures, laboratory exercise, and geologic field trips. Recommended for students in the Teachers of Earth Science (7-12) MA program.

    prereq: GEOL 10100 or an equivalent course in introductory geology
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Course pending Senate approval. Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70180 - Geology of New York State


    Links fundamental knowledge about the earth materials and earth processes to the complex geology of New York State. Covers the latest information about the geologic ages of rock formations in New York State, plate tectonics, bedrock geology, including metamorphic, igneous, and sedimentary rocks, fossils, and ancient environments. The course consists of lecture, laboratory exercises, and field trips to the Catskill Mountains, Hudson Highlands, the Manhattan Prong, and Montauk Point. Recommended for students enrolled in the Teachers of Earth Science (7-12) MA program. There will be an additional charge for transportation.

    prereq: GEOL 10100 or an equivalent course in introductory geology.
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Course pending Senate approval. Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70300 - Coastal Dynamics


    Quantitative focus on the dynamic processes affecting the coast and the resulting varied geomorphology. In particular, this course will focus on waves, beaches, barrier island evolution, storm systems and coastal erosion, using the Atlantic coast of New York as a case study. Research and field work expected.

    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70400 - Urban and Metropolitan Coasts


    Physical and quantitative rationale for planning coastal constructions with emphasis on urban coasts. Lectures will focus on natural and anthropogenic influences on coastal environments, and problems facing seaside communities.

    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    spring onlyCourses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70563 - Earth Science Today


    A survey of the primary topics included in an earth science curriculum (grades 7-12). Laboratory methodology and demonstration techniques used to convey information about the earth’s lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere, as well as its place in the solar system, will be introduced.

    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Course pending Senate approval. Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics. This course is part of the MA Teacher Education Program in Earth Sciences.
  
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    PGEOG 70564 - Introducing Earth Science at the Museum of Natural History


    This course is part of the MA Teacher Education Program in Earth Sciences.

  
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    PGEOG 70567 - Science of Rocks – Petrology


    Composition, distribution, and origin of rocks, their scientific description and systematic classification with the focus on the rocks of the New York Metro area. Topics include rock microscopy; field observations of rocks and the relation to the principles of geology; interpretation of geologic maps; lithospheric rock cycle in the context of plate tectonics and earth evolution; and the geology of New York City and its relationship to urban issues. Recommended for earth science students and others interested in the study and uses of rock. There will be an additional charge for local transportation.

    prereq: GEOL 10100 or an equivalent course in introductory geology.
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Course pending Senate approval. Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 70568 - Earth Materials Research


    Collection, preparation, identification, and preservation of earth materials-rocks, minerals, and fossils using earth materials from the collection of the Department of Geography. Observations will be based on direct research, measurement, microscopy, and microchemistry. Trips to the American Museum of Natural History, Franklin and Sterling mines (NJ) and the St. Claire and Deer Lake fossil sites (PA) for specimen collection. Recommended for earth science students and others interested in the study of earth materials. There will be an additional charge for transportation.

    prereq: GEOL 10100 or an equivalent course in introductory geology.
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    Course pending Senate approval. Courses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.
  
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    PGEOG 71000 - Introduction to GIS


    This course is part of the MA Teacher Education Program in Earth Sciences.

  
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    PGEOG 73200 - Global Climatic Change


    Examination of the pre-Quaternary, Quaternary, post-glacial, historical and instrumentally recorded climates; greenhouse gases; aerosols; radiative forcing; processes and modeling; feedbacks; observed changes; detecting the greenhouse effect; sea level rise; effects on ecosystems.

    prereq: a course in atmospheric, geological or environmental science.
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
    spring onlyCourses cover geographic methods and techniques, and are divided into geographic information science, quantitative and qualitative research methods, remote sensing and cartography. Check with the department during the middle of the prior term for tentative course schedule including list of special topics.

Geography: Courses offered if demand is sufficient

  
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    GEOG 70300 - Location Theory and Spatial Analysis


  
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    GEOG 70400 - Topics in Human Geography


    This course may be used as part of the MA Teacher Education Program in Social Studies.
  
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    GEOG 70572 - GIS Law


  
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    GEOG 71100 - Environmental Conservation


  
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    GEOG 72100 - Transportation Geography


  
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    GEOG 77200 - Field Work in Peru


    Credits 3 cr
  
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    GTECH 72100 - Advanced Cartography


  
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    PGEOG 70200 - Seminar in Physical Geography


  
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    PGEOG 70500 - Topics in Earth Science



American History

  
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    HIST 74151 - Era of American Revolution


     The development of the English-American colonies from early settlement through 1763.

    Hours 3 including conference,
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 74250 - Nineteenth-century United States: Early Republic


    Economic, social, and political aspects of American history from 1789 to 1828.

    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 74400 - Twentieth-century United States


    Study of reform movements and of political, economic, and social developments in U.S. in the 20th century.

    Hours 3 including conference,
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 74500 - Twentieth-century United States: United States as a World Power


    This course considers America’s impact on the world in the twentieth- century and, at the same time looks at the way the world influenced life in twentieth-century America.

    Hours 3 including conference,
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 75000 - History of the American Labor Movement


    The history of the American labor movement from the late-nineteenth through the late-twentieth centuries, with a focus on the various ways American laborers organized themselves and struggled for control over their work and their daily lives. 

    Hours 3 including conference,
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 75500 - Growth of the American City


    Development of the city as physical environment, social experience, political entity, and cultural symbol from the colonial era to the present.

    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 75650 - U.S. Constitutional History


    The development of American constitutionalism from its English origins to the implementation of the U.S. Constitution 

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77207 - Race and Racism in U.S. History


     Examines the centrality of racial politics and racism in U.S. history. Considers the social experiences produced by racialization and various political movements for racial equality.

    Hours 3 including conference
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77409 - Gender and Sexuality in the U.S.


    Examines recent work in the twentieth-century history of gender and sexuality in the United States.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77427 - United States Since 1865


    Considers the history of the U.S. from 1865 to the Vietnam war. Focuses on political, social and international developments.


    Hours 3 including conference
    Credits 3

Asian History

  
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    HIST 76802 - East Asia: 1600 - Present


    Coming of West to Asia and resulting processes of revolution and modernization after 1600 AD.

    Hours 3 including conference
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 76804 - East Asia: Ancient Times to 1600


      Survey of traditional cultures and sociopolitical structures of China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam to about 1600


    Hours 3 including conference
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 76805 - China Since 1800


    Internal and external challenges to China’s traditional order; the collapse of the imperial system and the establishment of a republic; the warlord period; the war against Japan; the civil war between Communist and Nationalist forces; China since the rise of the Communist Party to state power in 1949.  

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77461 - Rise and Fall of Chinese Communism


    Examines the intellectual, political and international context of the origin of the Chinese Communist Party, explores debates and factional struggles between party leaders and inquires into the the challenges posed from without the party. Introduces contending explanations of the Communist Party’s rise to state power and its shifting policies and ideological justifications since that time.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

History Advanced Research

  
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    HIST 77800 - Individual Tutorial Research


    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 77900 - Thesis Seminar: Independent Research


    Required of all candidates for MA in history.

    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr

History Internship

  
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    HIST 79800 - Internship


    Fieldwork in organizations engaged in historical research.

    prereq: perm grad adviser
    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr

Jewish History

  
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    HIST 74000 - Modern Jewish Social and Intellectual History


    Jewish movements and thinkers since 18th century; changing aspects of Jewish identity, new philosophies, impact of anti-Semitism and Zionism.

    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 74800 - American Jewish History


    Jewish life, 17th century to present: immigration, distribution, community structure, leaders, cultural creativity, economic and social integration, minority/majority relations.

    Hours 3 including conference,
    Credits 3

Latin American History

  
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    HIST 77411 - Colonial Latin America


    Provides an overview of the early political, economic, cultural and social history of Latin America (1400s – 1820s) from the immediate pre-Hispanic era until the wars of independence in the 1820s. 

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

Middle Eastern History

  
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    HIST 76801 - Middle East, 1500 – Present


    Introduces Middle East history from the sixteenth century, during the period of the time of the great Ottoman and Persian empires, to the present.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 76804 - Middle East to 1800


    Introduces the origins and development of the history and civilization of the Middle East since the advent of Islam in the Arabian peninsula until 1800.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77444 - Women and Gender in Islam


    Examines, through translated works, the various roles that Muslim women have assumed, and the wide variety of their experiences since the beginning of Islam in the sixth century to the modern period.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

Russian, Soviet and Eastern European History

  
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    HIST 72900 - Soviet Foreign Relations in a Changing World


    Objectives and strategies which the Soviet leadership adopted and mapped out at each stage in the period 1917 to 1945.

    Hours 3 including conference,
    Credits 3

Global and Transnational History

  
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    HIST 77472 - Human Rights and the Non-Western World


    Focuses on the idea of human rights as it has been understood and propagated in the non-Western world. The primary focus is on the twentieth century.

    Hours 3
    Credits 3

History: Courses offered only with sufficient student demand

  
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    HIST 71252 - Modern Intellectual History 18th – 20th Centuries


    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 72700 - History of African Americans in the United States


    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 74150 - Colonial America


  
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    HIST 74300 - History of Civil War and Reconstruction Era in United States


    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 74700 - Nineteenth-century American Reform Movements


    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 75400 - Contemporary Europe


    Hours 45 hrs including conference,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    HIST 76803 - Gandhi


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77301 - The Long Nineteenth Century: Comparative History


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77302 - Making the Nation in Nineteenth-Century Europe


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77303 - Britain’s Long Century: 1688 – 1830





    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77412 - Topics and Themes: Debating the Rise of the West





    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77414 - Revolutionary England 1603-1714


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77414 - Women in Modern Europe


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77429 - Concepts in Jewish History


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77434 - Reformation and Wars of Religion


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77440 - Modern European History: Fact and Fiction


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77450 - Hitler and National Socialism, 1919 - 1945


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77453 - Biography and Autobiography in U.S. History


  
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    HIST 77457 - Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States





    Hours 3
    Credits 3

  
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    HIST 77462 - Women and Family in the United States





    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77471 - History of Judaism


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    HIST 77497 - Major Works and Themes in US History


    Hours 3
    Credits 3

Mathematics

  
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    MATH 60100 - Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences


    Topics include: Fourier Series, Sturm-Liouville theory, Green functions, and eigenfunction expansions. These will be applied to the heat, wave, Laplace, and one-dimensional Schroedinger equations.

    prereq: a course in ordinary differential equations
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    MATH 62000 - Secondary School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective I


    Study, from an advanced standpoint, of the mathematics involved in the new sequential mathematics high school curriculum, with special focus on algebra, geometry, and statistics.

    prereq: Calculus II and a course in linear or matrix algebra
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
    Open only to Teacher Education Program students.
  
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    MATH 62100 - Introduction to Abstract Algebra


    Introduction to the theory of groups and rings.

    prereq: a course in linear algebra
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    MATH 62200 - Further Topics in Advanced Abstract Algebra


    Elements of Galois theory, construction with ruler and compass, advanced topics in ring theory and linear algebra.

    prereq: a course in introductory abstract algebra
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    MATH 62300 - Theory of Numbers


    Congruences, quadratic residues, elementary diophantine analysis, continued fractions, sums of squares.

    prereq: a course in linear algebra
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    MATH 62800 - Number Systems


    Postulational construction of the positive integers. Development of the rational integers, the rational numbers, the real numbers, the complex numbers, together with binary operations and order relations. Topics from hypercomplex number systems or the theory of transfinite numbers.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 63000 - Secondary School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective II


    Study, from an advanced standpoint, of the mathematics involved in the new sequential mathematics high school curriculum, with specific focus on geometry, and both algebraic and transcendental functions.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
    Open only to Teacher Education Program students.
  
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    MATH 63400 - Geometries I


    Topics in affine and projective geometry and/or topics in differential geometry.

    prereq: a course in linear algebra
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 64000 - Topics in Calculus


    Topics in single and multi-variable calculus examined from an advanced standpoint and incorporating use of graphing calculators and such computer packages as MAPLE and MATHEMATICA.

    prereq: MATH 63000
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
    Open only to Teacher Education Program students
  
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    MATH 64100 - Mathematical Analysis I


    Mature consideration of theory and processes of calculus, including the Heine-Borel and Bolzano-Weierstrass Theorems.

    prereq: MATH 26000 and either MATH 25400 or 25500
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    MATH 64200 - Introduction to Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable


    Complex numbers, analytic functions, elementary functions, contour integrals, Cauchy integral theory, series.

    prereq: a course in advanced calculus
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 64500 - Mathematical Analysis II


    Continuation of   with an emphasis on functions of several variables.

    prereq: MATH 64100
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 65400 - Dynamical Systems and Chaos


    Topics include: flows in one and two dimensions; phase portraits; limit cycles; bifurcations; iterated maps on the interval; introduction to chaos and fractals; the Mandelbrot set and its significance.

    prereq: a course in multivariate calculus and a course in linear algebra
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
    Familiarity with MAPLE or MATHEMATICA encouraged
  
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    MATH 66100 - History of Mathematics


    Survey of the history of mathematics and statistics to the present including roots in non-Western culture and contributions of women and minorities.

    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 67100 - Fundamental Concepts of Modern Mathematics


    An axiomatic approach to theory of sets; axiom of choice, Zorn’s Lemma, transfinite arithmetic.

    prereq: any 2 courses chosen from linear algebra, modern algebra, or advanced calculus I and II
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 67200 - Mathematical Logic


    A survey of the central results and techniques of metalogic, principally mathematical induction, the soundness and completeness of theorems for first-order logic, the Skolem Theorem; and Church’s Theorem on undecidability.

    prereq: a course in linear algebra or permission of instructor
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 68500 - Numerical Methods


    Accuracy and precision, convergence, iterative and direct methods. Topics selected from: solution of polynomial equations and linear systems of equations; curve fitting and function approximation; interpolation; differentiation and integration; differential equations.

    prereq: a course in ordinary differential equations
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 69000 - Advanced Topics in Mathematics for Teachers


    Topics to be studied in any given term will be announced prior to registration.

    prereq: MATH 62000 or 63000; additional prereqs vary with specific topics and will be announced at time of course offering
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
    May be repeated as topics vary, but not more than twice.
  
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    MATH 72100 - Modern Algebra I


    Semi-groups, groups with operators, rings, modules, field extensions, vector spaces.

    prereq: an undergraduate course in linear algebra and an undergraduate course in abstract algebra
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 72200 - Modern Algebra II


    Continuation of   

    prereq: MATH 72100
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 72500 - Linear Algebra


    Selected topics in advanced linear algebra.

    prereq: a course in linear algebra and a course in modern algebra
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 74200 - Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable


    Conformal mappings, Riemann surfaces, analytic continuations, residue calculus, special functions.

    prereq: a course in complex variables and either a course in topology or permission of department
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 74600 - Theory of Functions of a Real Variable I


    Real numbers, Lebesgue measure, metric and Lp spaces, general measure and integration theory.

    prereq: 1 year of advanced calculus
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 74700 - Theory of Functions of a Real Variable II


    prereq: MATH 74600
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 75000 - Calculus on Manifolds


    The derivative as a linear map; the Riemann integral, including Fubini’s Theorem and the Change of Variable formula; tensor and exterior algebras; differential forms and integrals thereof; Stokes’ Theorem.



    prereq: MATH 26000 and MATH 35200 or permission of
    the instructor.

  
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    MATH 75100 - General Topology


    Topology of plane sets, continuous functions, separation axioms, compact and metric spaces.

    prereq: advanced calculus or permission of Department
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 77200 - Seminar


    Introduction to methods and literature of mathematical research at master’s level.

    prereq: permission of the department
    Hours 45
    Credits 3
  
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    MATH 77300 - Independent Study


    Introduction to methods and literature of mathematical research at master’s level.

    prereq: permission of the department
    Hours 45
    Credits 1
  
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    MATH 77400 - Independent Study


    Introduction to methods and literature of mathematical research at master’s level.

    prereq: permission of the department
    Hours 45
    Credits 1
  
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    MATH 77500 - Independent Study


    Introduction to methods and literature of mathematical research at master’s level.

    prereq: permission of the department
    Hours 45
    Credits 2
 

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