# Course Listing

Unless a prerequisite is specific, a student may apply graduate or undergraduate courses toward fulfillment of that prerequisite.

At present, the program is small and many courses are offered as tutorials. Each semester students are

consulted in the process of selecting the courses to be offered in the next semester.

Courses offered toward a master of arts degree in mathematics must be 7000-level courses.

The college has recently transitioned to a new course numbering system in preparation for the migration to the CUNYfirst platform. Old course numbers are provided in the parenthesis after the "/" symbol.

- Middle School Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint (MATH 6140T / MATH 606)
- Transition to Algebraic Thinking for Middle School Teachers I (MATH 6141T)
- Transition to Algebraic Thinking for Middle School Teachers II (MATH 6142T)
- Topics in Probability Theory and Statistics (MATH 6652X / MATH 652)
- Number Systems and Algebra for Childhood Teachers (MATH 7141T / MATH 604.1)
- Geometry for Childhood Teachers (MATH 7142T / MATH 604.2)
- Probability and Statistics for Childhood Teachers (MATH 7143T / MATH 604.3)
- History of Mathematics for Childhood Teachers (MATH 7144T / MATH 604.4)
- Discrete Mathematics for Childhood Teachers (MATH 7145T / MATH 604.5)
- Introduction to Functions and Applications for Childhood Teachers (MATH 7146T / MATH 604.6)
- Problem Seminar in Middle School Mathematics (MATH 7271T / MATH 606.01)
- Problem Seminar in Secondary School Mathematics (MATH 7272T / MATH 606.02)
- Concepts of Middle School Mathematics I: Discrete Mathematics (MATH 7273T / MATH 606.1)
- Concepts of Middle School Mathematics II: Geometry (MATH 7274T / MATH 606.2)
- Concepts of Middle School Mathematics III: Modern Algebra (MATH 7275T / MATH 606.3)
- Concepts of Middle School Mathematics IV: Probability Theory and Statistics (MATH 7276T / MATH 606.4)
- History of Mathematics for Middle School Teachers (MATH 7277T / MATH 606.5)
- Applied Number Theory for Middle School Mathematics (MATH 7278T)
- Calculus I (MATH 7283T / MATH 608.1)
- Calculus II (MATH 7286T / MATH 608.2)
- Foundations of Secondary School Mathematics Curricula II (MATH 7302X / MATH 701.2)
- High School Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint (MATH 7305T / MATH 702.1)
- Geometry for High School Mathematics Teachers (MATH 7307T / MATH 702.2)
- Theory of Functions for High School Mathematics Teachers (MATH 7309T / MATH 702.3)
- Teaching of Advanced Placement Calculus AB & BC (MATH 7311T / MATH 702.4)
- Mathematical Problem-Solving in a Computer-Assisted Environment (MATH 7315X / MATH 705)
- Introduction to the Theory of Sets (MATH 7318X / MATH 710)
- Theory of Functions I (MATH 7514X / MATH 714.1)
- Theory of Numbers (MATH 7517X / MATH 717)
- Modern Algebra I (MATH 7520X / MATH 720.2)
- Vector Spaces and Matrices (MATH 7526X / MATH 726)
- Geometrical Transformations (MATH 7531X / MATH 731.1)
- History of Mathematical Ideas (MATH 7541X / MATH 741)
- Introduction to Probability and Statistics (MATH 7552X / MATH 752)
- Social Software and Social Algorithms (MATH 7580X / MATH 612)
- Theory of Functions II (MATH 7615X / MATH 715.1)
- Modern Algebra II (MATH 7620X / MATH 720.4)
- Point Set Topology (MATH 7622X / MATH 722)
- Independent Study (MATH 7910X / MATH 784.1)
- Independent Study (MATH 7920X / MATH 784.2)
- Independent Study (MATH 7930X / MATH 784.3)
- Thesis Research (MATH 7999X / MATH 783)