Any of these courses would satisfy one of your Math theme requirements.

  • ECON 211     Introduction to Mathematical Economics

  • ENVS 178      Environmental Applications of Data Management and Statistics

  • INTEG 275 Special Topics: Patterns in Time, Space, and Data

  • MATH 103     Introductory Algebra for Arts and Social Science

  • MATH 104     Introductory Calculus for Arts and Social Science

  • MATH 106     Applied Linear Algebra 1

  • MATH 114     Linear Algebra for Science

  • MATH 127     Calculus 1 for the Sciences

  • MATH 128     Calculus 2 for the Sciences

  • MSCI  331     Introduction to Optimization

  • PHIL 240       Introduction to Formal Logic

  • SYDE 111      Fundamental Engineering Math 1

  • SYDE 112      Fundamental Engineering Math 2

  • SYDE 114      Numerical and Applied Calculus

  • SYDE 211      Advanced Engineering Math 1

  • SYDE 252      Linear Systems and Signals

  • SYDE 311      Advanced Engineering Math 2

  • SYDE 351      Systems Models 1

For courses not on this list, individual approval must be obtained prior to taking the course.

The appearance of a course on this list does not guarantee the course will be offered.  Some of these courses are, or may become, obsolete.  They still need to be on the list for the sake of students who have already earned the credit.

The appearance of a course on this list does not guarantee that a student will be eligible to take the course.  Many of these courses have pre-requisites or anti-requisites. 

Furthermore, many of these courses are restricted to students who major in that subject area.  We include them here primarily for the information of students considering a transfer into BKI, a double major, concurrent degree, second degree, minor, or option.  We'll use this list to identify which degree requirements such a student has already satisfied in a previous course of study.

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