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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)

##### 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)

(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)

(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)

(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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