2017 Fall Course Syllabi
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Math Syllabi
100 103 105 106 108 140 171 172 182 201 202 216 220 251 252 273 300 301 303 315 325 330 364 401 403 405 416 420 431 440 448 453 490 497 499 500 501 504 505 516 531 533 536 540 545 548 553 563 564 570 575 579 581 583 590 591 592 593 594 597 600 702 800Stats Syllabi
115 212 360 370 412 443 511 512 519 533 536 574 600 702Math 100 Basic Mathematics
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 100 syllabus
Math 103 Algebra Methods and Introduction to Functions
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 103 syllabus
Math 105 Exploring Mathematics
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 105 syllabus
Math 106 College Alegebra
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 106 syllabus
Math 108 Trigonometry
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 108 syllabus
Math 140 Calculus for Life Scientists
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 140 syllabus
Math 171 Calculus I
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 171 syllabus
Math 172 Calculus II
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 172 syllabus
Math 182 Honors Calculus II
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 182 syllabus
Math 201 Mathematics for Business and Economics
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 201 syllabus
Math 202 Calculus for Business and Economics
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 202 syllabus
Math 216 Discrete Structures
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 216 syllabus
Math 220 Introductory Linear Algebra
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 220 syllabus
Math 251 Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics I
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 251 syllabus
Math 252 Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics II
Math 273 Calculus III
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 273 syllabus
Math 300 Mathematical Computing
Math 301 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 301 syllabus
Math 303 Geometry for the Middle School Teacher
Math 315 Differential Equations
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Math 315 syllabus
Math 325 Elementary Combinatorics
Math 330 Methods of Teaching Secondary School Mathematics
Math 364 Principles of Optimization
Math 401 Introduction to Analysis I
Math 403 Geometry for Secondary Teachers
Math 405 Introduction to Financial Mathematics
Math 416 Simulation Methods
Math 420 Linear Algebra
Math 431 Intersections of Culture and Mathematics
Math 440 Applied Mathematics I
Math 448 Numerical Analysis
Math 453 Graph Theory
Math 490 Topics in Mathematics
Math 497 Instructional Practicum
Math 499 Special Problems (Independent Study)
Math 500 Proseminar
There is no syllabus for Math 500 Proseminar.
Math 501 Real Analysis
Math 504 Measure and Integration
Math 505 Abstract Algebra
Math 516 Simulation Methods
Math 531 Intersections of Culture and Mathematics
Math 533 Teaching College Mathematics
Math 536 Statistical Computing
Math 540 Applied Mathematics I
Math 545 Numerical Analysis of Evolution Equations
Math 548 Numerical Analysis
Math 553 Graph Theory
Math 563 Mathematical Genetics
Math 564 Nonlinear Optimization I
Math 570 Mathematical Foundations of Continuum Mechanics I
Math 575 Asset Pricing in Financial Engineering
Math 579 Mathematical Modeling in the Biological and Health Sciences
Math 581 Topics in Mathematics
Math 583 Topics in Applied Mathematics
Math 590 Topics in Mathematics Education
Math 591 Seminar in Mathematical Biology
 Mathematical Biology Seminar
 This seminar meets every Tuesday from 4:10pm  5:00pm in Webster B8.
 Contact: Dr. Xueying (Snow) Wang at xueying@math.wsu.edu
Math 592 Seminar in Analysis
 Analysis Seminar Website
 This seminar meets every Wednesday from 4:10pm  5:00pm in Neill 5W.
 Contact: Dr. Kevin Vixie at vixie@speakeasy.net
Math 593 Seminar in Combinatorics, Linear Algebra, and Number Theory
 Combinatorics, Linear Algebra and Number Theory (CLaN) Seminar
 This seminar meets every Monday from 4:10pm  5:00pm in Neill 5W.
 Contact: Dr. ShengChi Liu at scliu@math.wsu.edu
Math 594 Mathematics Education Seminar
 This seminar meets every Tuesday from 4:10pm  5:00pm in Cleveland 247.
 Contact: Dr. Libby Knott at lknott@wsu.edu
Math 597 Mathematics Instruction Seminar

Math 597 are seminars. Please contact a faculty member below for more information.
 Section 1  Lydia Miller
 Section 2  Mark Lesperance
 Section 3  Matt Hudelson
 Section 4  Mark Schumaker
 Section 5  Dawn Zhang
 Section 6  Kim Vincent
 Section 7  Jeanette Martin
 Section 8  Mindy Morgan
 Section 9 
Math 600 Special Projects or Independent Study
 This is an independent and directed study course. Please contact a faculty member for more information.
Math 702 Master's Special Problems, Directed Study, and/or Examination
 This is an independent and directed study course. Please contact a faculty member for more information.
Math 800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination
 This is an independent and directed study course. Please contact a faculty member for more information.
Stats Syllabi
Stat 115 Introduction to Data Analytics
This is a webbased Distance Degree Program section and does not meet in a regular classroom. Please contact the instructor, Dave Brown, for a syllabus copy.
Stat 212 Introduction to Statistical Methods
This is a coordinated course that uses one syllabus: Stat 212 syllabus
Stat 360 Probability and Statistics
Stat 370 Introductory Statistics for Engineers
Stat 412 Statistical Methods in Research I
Stat 443 Applied Probability
Stat 511 Statistical Methods for Graduate Researchers
Stat 512 Analysis of Variance of Designed Experiments
Stat 519 Applied Multivariate Analysis
Stat 533 Theory of Linear Models
Stat 536 Statistical Computing
Stat 574 Linear and Nonlinear Mixed Models
Stat 600 Special Projects or Independent Study
 This is an independent and directed study course. Please contact a faculty member for more information.
Stat 702 Master's Special Problems, Directed Study, and/or Examination
 This is an independent and directed study course. Please contact a faculty member for more information.