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B.S. in Mathematical Sciences

Courses

Click on any of the course titles below (in bold text) for a full course description, including units and prerequisites.

Infinity 

From the Empty Set to the Boundless Universe of All Sets — Exploring the Full Range of Mathematics and Seeing its Source in Your Self (MATH 148)

Basic Mathematics 

Locating the Basis of Mathematics in the Self-Interacting Dynamics of Consciousness (MATH 151)

Elementary Algebra 

Using Variables to Manage All Possible Numbers at the Same Time and Solve Practical Problems (MATH 152)

Intermediate Algebra 

Using Variables to Manage the Total Possibility of Numbers and Solve Practical Problems (MATH 153)

Functions and Graphs 1 

Name and Form — Locating the Patterns of Orderliness that Connect a Function with its Graph and Describe Numerical Relationships (MATH 161)

Functions and Graphs 2 

Name and Form — Learning to Relate the Shape of a Graph to Its Corresponding Function (MATH 162)

Mathematics 

From Numbers to the Numberless Infinite (MATH 200)

Maharishi Vedic Mathematics 

Mathematical Structure and the Transcendental Source of Natural Law (MATH 205)

Geometry for the Artist 

Applying Abstractions of Shape and Form to Create Beautiful Concrete Images (MATH 266)

Geometry 

From Point to Infinity — Using Properties of Shape and Form to Handle Visual and Spatial Data (MATH 267)

Discrete Mathematics 

Unified Approaches to Managing Discrete Phenomena in Computer Science and Other Disciplines (MATH 272)

Calculus 1 

Derivatives as the Mathematics of Transcending, Used to Handle Changing Quantities (MATH 281)

Calculus 2 

Integrals as the Mathematics of Unification, Used to Handle Wholeness (MATH 282)

Calculus 3 

Unified Management of Change in All Possible Directions (MATH 283)

Linear Algebra 1 

Linearity as the Simplest Form of a Quantitative Relationship (MATH 286)

Calculus 4 

Locating Silence within Dynamism (MATH 304)

Linear Algebra 2 

Unified Approaches to Linear Transformations (MATH 307)

Ordinary Differential Equations 

Describing Evolving Systems and Predicting Their Future (MATH 308)

Mathematical Problem Solving 

Systematic Techniques for Using Mathematics to Solve Problems (MATH 310)

Special Topics in Mathematics 

(MATH 315)

Complex Analysis 

Transcending the Real Numbers to a Simpler and More Unified Numbering System (MATH 318)

Probability 

Locating Orderly Patterns in Random Events to Predict Future Outcomes (MATH 351)

Probability and Statistics 1 

Methods for Deriving Dependable Knowledge from Incomplete Information (MATH 353)

Probability and Statistics 2 

Methods for Deriving Dependable Knowledge from Incomplete Information (MATH 354)

Mathematical Logic 

Mathematical Criteria for Establishing Accurate Forms of Knowledge (MATH 370)

Practicum in Teaching College Mathematics 

Knowledge Is Structured in Consciousness (MATH 401)

Undergraduate Research in Mathematics 

(MATH 402)

Seminar in Applied Mathematics I 

Knowledge Is for Action (MATH 410)

Seminar in Applied Mathematics II 

Knowledge Is for Action (MATH 411)

Numerical Analysis 

Using Abstract Mathematical Principles to Design Accurate and Efficient Numerical Methods for Solving Problems (MATH 420)

Real Analysis 1 

Locating the Finest Impulses of Dynamism within the Continuum of Real Numbers (MATH 423)

Real Analysis 2 

Developing a Conceptual Foundation for Calculus (MATH 424)

Algebra 1 

Algebraic Operations as the Self-Interacting Dynamics of a Number System (MATH 431)

Algebra 2 

The Integration and Interaction of Two Algebraic Operations on a Number System (MATH 432)

Set Theory 

Mathematics Unfolding the Path to the Unified Field — the Most Fundamental Field of Natural Law (MATH 434)

Foundations of Mathematics 

The Unified Field as the Basis of All of Mathematics and All Laws of Nature (MATH 436)

Topics in Set Theory 

(MATH 460)

Topology 

Relation between Point and Infinity (MATH 466)

Theory of Computation 

The Laws that Govern the Self-Interacting Dynamics of Numbers and Their Application (MATH 485)

Senior Project 

Integration of All Knowledge in the Self (MATH 490)

Directed Study 

(MATH 499)

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