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  • The Mathematics and Computer Science Club — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    are provided News There is an official SLU Groups page for the Math CS club The Math CS club has a blog SLU Math CS Club Blog Officers 2015 16 President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Antanas Siliunas asiliun2 slu edu Saddha Santanaporn ssantana slu edu Nicholas Vilimek vilimeknj slu edu Sarah Blackwell sblackw slu edu Photo Gallery and click for more Events Click here for past events Math CS Club SketchUp Antanas Siliunas SLU undergrad Ritter Lobby from Feb 10 2016 04 00 PM to Feb 10 2016 05 00 PM Math CS Club Sinerider Daniel Freeman SLU Ritter Lobby from Feb 03 2016 04 00 PM to Feb 03 2016 05 00 PM Math CS Club Dancing Polyhedra Bryan Clair SLU Ritter Lobby from Jan 27 2016 04 00 PM to Jan 27 2016 05 00 PM Math CS Club Welcome back meet and greet With soda and pizza Ritter Lobby from Jan 20 2016 04 00 PM to Jan 20 2016 05 00 PM Document Actions RSS feed Send this Print this Club Email List Sign up here for the Math CS club email list Email address Your name February 2016 February Su Mo Tu We Th Fr

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  • Career Paths for Recent SLU Students — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    science students have accepted full time positions at companies that include Amazon Anheuser Busch InBev Archway Asynchrony Boeing Booz Allen Hamilton Bullhorn Centene Citi Cofactor Genomics Distribution Management Dotomi FactSet Research Systems Groupon Monsanto National Information Services Corp Nylas Pinterest SLU s Center for Digital Humanities Scott Air Force Base Supplies Network Ungerboeck Software In addition during their years at SLU Computer Science students have held paid internships at the

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  • Undergraduate Computer Science — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    and Tutoring Employment Opportunities Undergrad Math Undergrad Statistics Graduate Programs Awards and Scholarships Math CS Club Computing Resources Outreach SLU Navigation SLU Home Arts Sciences Home Apply Now Prospective Students Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link

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  • Undergraduate Mathematics — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Awards and Scholarships Math CS Club Computing Resources Outreach SLU Navigation SLU Home Arts Sciences Home Apply Now Prospective Students Info Undergraduate Mathematics CURRENT STUDENTS Math computer science club Math Help Sessions Awards and scholarships Math competitions Textbook information Employment Opportunities Success in Mathematics PROGRAM INFORMATION Degree requirements Sample schedule Initial placement Introductory Statistics Course descriptions PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Why study mathematics Mathematics at SLU Undergraduate admissions About St Louis CAREER

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  • Requirements — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    degree the student then builds on this foundation with a selection of nine upper division mathematics courses chosen to include pure mathematics courses in real analysis and algebra a statistics course at the upper division level two completed upper division sequences including one in pure mathematics and electives to complete the required nine upper division courses Students must also take at least one course in computer programming and one course in another discipline that has a strong mathemtical or computational component which cannot be a course counting for any other part of the B S requirements for example the B S core The requirements for the B S in Mathematics follow the recommendations of the Mathematics Association of America for degree programs in mathematics that prepare students for graduate work Required Courses Students majoring in mathematics start with a core of five courses 18 hours MATH 1510 Calculus I old nr Math 142 MATH 1520 Calculus II old nr Math 143 MATH 2530 Calculus III old nr Math 244 must be taken at St Louis University with a grade of at least C MATH 2660 Principles of Mathematics old nr Math 266 MATH 3120 Introduction to Linear Algebra old nr Math 315 Students pursuing a B S in mathematics must pass at least nine further additional upper division mathematics beyond MATH 3120 A GPA of 2 00 C average or higher is required in upper division mathematics courses counting toward the major including MATH 3120 The additional upper division courses are built around year long sequences of courses in five areas of mathematics MATH 3550 and 4550 or 4570 Differential Equations old nrs math 355 455 457 MATH 4110 and 4120 or 4150 Introduction to Abstract Algebra and Linear Algebra or Number Theory old nrs math 411 412 and 415 MATH 4210 and 4220 or 4230 Introduction to Analysis and Metric Spaces or Multivariable Analysis old nrs Math 421 422 and 423 MATH 4310 and 4320 or 4360 Complex Variables old nrs Math 451 452 453 MATH 4810 4820 Probability and Statistics old nrs Math 401 402 Other upper division courses are offered on an occasional basis Pure Mathematics Requirement 6 hours The B S in Mathematics requires both MATH 4110 Introduction to Abstract Algebra and MATH 4210 Introduction to Real Analysis old nrs Math 411 421 Statistics Requirement 3 hours The B S in Mathematics requires at least one statistics course with a MATH or STAT designation at the 3000 or 4000 level Sequence Requirement 6 9 hours Students are required to complete two upper division sequences one of which must be in pure mathematics a sequence starting with either MATH 4110 or MATH 4210 The other sequence will depend on the further educational and career plans of the individual student If the second selected sequence is a second pure mathematics sequence or a statistics sequence then this requirement takes only a further 6 hours to complete rather than 9 hours Mathematics Electives 9 12 hours Students select three

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  • Courses — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    systems interpolation and approximation numerical differentiation and integration Alternate spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 3270 previously MATH 370 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers Vector algebra matrix algebra systems of linear equations eigenvalues and eigenvectors systems of differential equations vector differential calculus divergence gradient and curl vector integral calculus integral theorems Fourier series with applications to partial differential equations Fall and spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 3550 Differential Equations 3 Credit Hours MATH 3550 previously MATH 355 Differential Equations Solution of ordinary differential equations higher order linear equations constant coefficient equations systems of first order equations linear systems equilibrium of nonlinear systems Laplace transformations Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 3600 previously MATH 360 Combinatorics Advanced counting methods permutations and combinations generalized permutations and combinations recurrance relations generating functions algorithms graphs and digraphs graph algorithms minimum cost spanning trees shortest path network flows depth first and breadth first searches combinational algorithms resource scheduling bin packing algorithmic analysis and NP completeness 3 Credit Hours MATH 3760 previously MATH 363 Financial Mathematics Theory of interest material for the Financial Mathematics exam of the Society of Actuaries Time permitting supplemental material covering financial derivatives will be discussed Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 3800 previously MATH 401 Elementary Theory of Probability Counting theory axiomatic probability random variables expectation limit theorems Applications of the theory of probability to a variety of practical problems Credit not given for both MATH 4810 and MATH 4880 Fall and Spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 3810 previously MATH 403 Probability and Statistics for Engineers Analyzing and producing data probability random variables probability distributions expectation sampling distributions confidence intervals hypothesis testing experimental design regression and correlation analysis Credit not given for both MATH 4880 and either MATH 4810 or MATH 4820 Fall and spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 3850 Foundations of Statistical Analysis Descriptive statistics probability distributions random variables expectation independence hypothesis testing confidence intervals regression and ANOVA Applications and theory Taught using statistical software Credit not given for both MATH STAT 3810 and MATH STAT 3850 Fall and Spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 4050 previously MATH 405 History of Mathematics The development of several important branches of mathematics including numeration and computation algebra non Euclidean geometry and calculus Offered every other Spring even years Prerequisite MATH 1520 calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 4110 previously MATH 411 Introduction to Abstract Algebra Elementary properties of the integers sets and mappings groups rings integral domains division rings and fields Fall semester Prerequisite MATH 3120 Intro to Linear Algebra 3 Credit Hours MATH 4120 previously MATH 412 Linear Algebra Advanced linear algebra including linear transformations and duality elementary canonical forms rational and Jordan forms inner product spaces unitary operators normal operators and spectral theory Alternate spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 4110 3 Credit Hours MATH 4150 previously MATH 415 Number Theory Introduction to algebraic number theory Topics will include primes Chinese remainder theorem Diophantine equations algebraic numbers and quadratic residues Additional topics will vary from year to year Alternate spring semesters Prerequisite MATH 4110 3 Credit Hours MATH 4210 previously MATH 421 Introduction to Analysis Real number system functions sequences limits continuity differentiation integration and series Fall semester Prerequisite MATH 2530 and MATH 3120 3 Credit Hours MATH 4220 previously MATH 422 Metric Spaces Set theory metric spaces completeness compactness connected sets category Spring semester Prerequisite MATH 4210 3 Credit Hours MATH 4230 previously MATH 423 Multivariable Analysis Introduction to analysis in multidimensional Euclidean space Sequences and Series of functions Differentiability Integrability Inverse and Implicit function theorems Fundamental Theorems of Multivariable Calculus Green s Theorem Stokes Theorem Divergence Theorem Spring semester Prerequisite MATH 4210 3 Credit Hours MATH 4310 previously MATH 451 Introduction to Complex Variables Complex number system and its operations limits and sequences continuous functions and their properties derivatives conformal representation curvilinear and complex integration Cauchy integral theorems power series and singularities Fall semester Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 4320 previously MATH 452 Complex Variables II This course is a continuation of MATH 4310 Topics covered include series residues and poles conformal mapping integral formulas analytic continuation and Riemann surfaces Spring semester Prerequisite MATH 4310 3 Credit Hours MATH 4360 previously MATH 453 Geometric Topology An introduction to the geometry and topology of surfaces and three dimensional spaces Topics covered Include Euclidean spherical and hyperbolic geometry topology of surfaces knot theory and the fundamental group Prerequisite MATH 4310 3 Credit Hours MATH 4410 previously MATH 441 Foundations of Geometry Historical background of the study of Euclidean geometry development of two dimensional Euclidean geometry from a selected set of postulates Offered occasionally Prerequisite MATH 1520 Calculus II 3 Credit Hours MATH 4430 previously MATH 447 Non Euclidean Geometry The rise and development of the non Euclidean geometries with intensive study of plane hyperbolic geometry Offered occasionally Prerequisite MATH 1510 Calculus I 3 Credit Hours MATH 4480 previously MATH 448 Differential Geometry Classical theory of smooth curves and surfaces in 3 space Curvature and torsion of space curves Gaussian curvature of surfaces the Theorema Egregium of Gauss Offered occasionally 3 Credit Hours MATH 4550 previously MATH 455 Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Bifurcation in one dimensional flows Two dimensional flows fixed points and linearization conservative systems index theory limit cycles Poincaré Bendixson theory bifurcations Chaos the Lorenz equation discrete maps fractals and strange attractors Prerequisite MATH 3550 Differential Equations 3 Credit Hours MATH 4570 previously MATH 457 Partial Differential Equations Fourier series Fourier Integrals the heat equation Staum Liouville problems the wave equation the potential equation problems in several dimensions Laplace transforms numerical methods Prerequisite MATH 3550 Differential Equations 3 Credit Hours MATH 4630 previously MATH 463 Graph Theory Basic definitions and concepts undirected graphs trees and graphs with cycles directed graphs and operation on graphs Euler s formula and surfaces Offered occasionally Prerequisite MATH 2530 Calculus III 3 Credit Hours MATH 4650

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  • Placement — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Courses Placement Math Skills Assessment and Placement SLU Programs Which Require Mathematics Math Help Sessions Textbook Statistics Requirements Employment Opportunities Undergrad Statistics Graduate Programs Awards and Scholarships Math CS Club Computing Resources Outreach SLU Navigation SLU Home Arts Sciences Home Apply Now Prospective Students Info Placement Math Skills Assessment and Placement SLU Programs Which Require Mathematics An overview of the mathematics requirements of various colleges majors and concentrations at Saint

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  • Math Help Sessions — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    Sciences Home Apply Now Prospective Students Info Math Help Sessions Help in Math Classes from Elementary Algebra to Calculus III Statistics Spring 2016 Semester Monday January 11th through Monday May 2nd Ritter Hall 111 Monday 9 a m 11 a m 12 p m 2 p m Tuesday 9 a m 11 a m 12 p m 2 p m Wednesday 9 a m 11 a m 12 p m

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