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## Permanent Courses

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- Frequency: Offered occasionally.
- Domains/Capstone: 1S
- Prerequisite: Not open to students who have taken a mathematics course numbered 110 or higher or who have Advanced Placement credit for calculus.

What we think of as “mathematical” ideas may be viewed by other cultures within the contexts of art, navigation, religion, record-keeping, games, or kin relationships. This course treats mathematical ideas investigated by cultures such as North and South American Indians, Africans, and various peoples of the Pacific Islands, and analyzes them through Western mathematics, developed in Europe, the Middle East, and India. The course helps the student understand what mathematics is, both to Western culture and to other cultures, and how cultural factors influenced the development of modern mathematics.

- Frequency: Offered once per year.
- Domains/Capstone: 2A
- Cross-list: Also listed as Interdisciplinary Studies 103.

- Frequency: Offered occasionally.
- Prerequisite: 3 years of high school mathematics.

- Frequency: Offered each semester.
- Prerequisite: facility in high school algebra. Not open to students who have completed or are taking Mathematics 205, Anthropology 240, or Psychology 161.

An introduction to differential and integral calculus. Limits and continuity, derivatives and integrals of polynomial, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions, applications of derivatives to optimization and approximation, the Mean Value Theorem, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

- Frequency: Offered each semester.
- Domains/Capstone: 1S
- Prerequisite: four years of high school mathematics, including trigonometry and either college algebra or precalculus.

- Frequency: Offered once a year.
- Domains/Capstone: 1S
- Prerequisite: precalculus or four years of high school mathematics, including trigonometry and algebra. Open to students who have not taken Mathematics 110.

- Frequency: Offered each semester.
- Domains/Capstone: 1S
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 110 or 113.

- Frequency: Offered each fall.
- Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in a mathematics course numbered 110 or higher or Advanced Placement credit for calculus.

- Frequency: Offered even years, fall semester.
- Prerequisite: Computer Science 111 and Mathematics 110 or 115.

- Frequency: Offered each semester.
- Domains/Capstone: 1S
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 115; some computer programming experience is desirable.

- Frequency: Offered odd years, spring semester.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 115.

- Frequency: Offered odd years.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 115.

- Frequency: Offered even years, spring semester.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 115.

- Frequency: Offered even years, fall semester.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 115.

- Frequency: Offered odd years, spring semester.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 115.

- Frequency: Offered each spring.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 175.

- Frequency: Offered occasionally.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 175, or other courses depending on the topic.

- Frequency: Offered each fall.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 175 or 208.

- Frequency: Offered occasionally.
- Prerequisite: varies with topic.

- Frequency: Offered odd years, fall semester.
- Prerequisite: 1 unit of computer science and 2 mathematics courses numbered 175 or higher.

- Frequency: Offered odd years, spring semester.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 205.

- Frequency: Offered odd years, spring semester.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 175 or 208.

- Frequency: Offered even years, spring semester.
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 175.

- Frequency: Offered occasionally.
- Prerequisite: varies with topic.

- Frequency: Offered each semester.
- Domains/Capstone: CP
- Prerequisite: Mathematics 175, junior standing.

- Prerequisite: approval of the project by the department chair; sophomore standing.