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Mathematics and Physics Course Syllabi
**MATH**Undergradate course catalog descriptions.**MATH**Graduate course catalog descriptions.**PHYS**Undergraduate course catalog descriptions.**PHYS**Graduate course catalog descriptions.
**MATH 1103**Fundamental Mathematics**MATH 1108**College Math**MATH 1110**College Algebra**MATH 1115**Pre-Calculus
Note that in these syllabi the instructor data in the boxes are filled in by your instructor for each course for each section taught.
**MATH 1104**Quantitative Reasoning**MATH 1117**Calculus I**MATH 1118**Calculus II**MATH 1166**Discrete Mathematics for Computing**MATH 2203**Calculus III**MATH 2204**Differential Equations**MATH 2205**Differential Equations with Linear Algebra**MATH 2228**Elementary Statistics**MATH 3310**Applied Partial Differential Equations**MATH 3311**Linear Algebra**MATH 3338**Numerical Analysis**MATH 3371**Probability and Statistics I**MATH 4472**Probability and Statistics II**MATH 4491**Department Seminar**MATH 6605**Biostatistics**MATH 6610**Fundamentals of Calculus**MATH 6611**Matrix Theory and its Applications
Note that these syllabi only contain the informtion that is common to all sections of the course. Your instructor will provide specific information for their course that semester regarding assignments, homework and other assessment components of the class, consistent with Department and Univesity requirements and guidelines.
**PHYS 1100**Introductory Physics**PHYS 1103**General Physics I**PHYS 1111**Introductory Physics Lab**PHYS 1113**General Physics I Lab**PHYS 1104**General Physics II**PHYS 1114**General Physics II Lab**PHYS 1150**Mechanics, Heat & Waves**PHYS 1151**Mechanics, Heat & Waves Lab**PHYS 2205**Electromagnetism/Optics**PHYS 2206**Electromagnetism/Optics Lab
Note that these syllabi only contain the informtion that is common to all sections of the course. Your instructor will provide specific information for their course that semester regarding assignments, homework and other assessment components of the class, consistent with Department and Univesity requirements and guidelines. UNH The University of New Haven, Updated |