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- Courses in the MATH-CS Department — Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

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 4800 Probability Theory Axioms of probability conditional probability Discrete and continuous random variables expectation jointly defined random variables Transformations of random variables and limit theorems Theory and applications taught using statistical software Credit not given for any two of MATH 3800 MATH 4800 and MATH 4810 Prerequisites MATH STAT 3850 MATH 2530 and MATH 1660 or MATH 2660 3 Credit Hours MATH 4840 Time Series Applied time series Topics include exploratory data analysis regression ARIMA Spectral analysis state space models Theory and applications taught using statistical software Prerequisite MATH STAT 3850 3 Credit Hours MATH 4850 Mathematical Statistics Theory of estimators sampling distributions hypothesis testing confidence intervals regression bootstrapping and resampling Theory and applications taught using statistical software Credit not given for both MATH STAT 3810 and MATH STAT 3850 Prerequisite MATH 4800 3 Credit Hours MATH

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two variables probability statistical inference including confidence intervals and tests of significance Pre requisite 3 5 years of high school mathematics or a grade of C or better in MATH 1200 MATH STAT 1300 Previously MATH STAT 1300 Elementary Statistics with Computers Data production and analysis probability basics distributions sampling estimation with confidence intervals hypothesis testing t test correlation and regression crosstabulations and chi square Students learn to use a statistical package such as SPSS Prerequisite MATH 1200 or equivalent DSCI 2070 Previously DSCI 2070 Intro Business Statistics Introduction to descriptive statistics for displaying and summarizing business data the use of probabilities and random variables in business decision models probability distribution statistical inference as a decision making tool sampling of business data simple linear regression and correlation time series analysis and use of index numbers in economic data Prerequisite MATH 1200 EDR 5100 Previously EDR 510 Introduction to Inferential Statistics for Educators 3 This course is a survey of basic statistical methods including descriptive statistics z tests and t tests of means and proportions chi square analyses correlation and regression analyses and analysis of variance The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences SPSS will also be used You can only get graduation credit for one of these courses This page is designed to help students decide which course is correct for them If you have a question you should check back with your major program Department Preferences Notes Arts and Sciences MATH 1260 and Math 1300 fill the college core math requirement STAT 1100 and DSCI 2070 do not fill this requirement Athletic Training Physical Therapy Prefers STAT 1100 Allows as an option DSCI 2070 or MATH 1300 Biology MATH 1300 should be used to fill a stat requirement STAT 1100 does not fill any statistics requirement for biology Business

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to the University s formatting requirements for the dissertation TeX File for the Dissertation bib File for Bibliography Portion of the Dissertation Guidelines for Degree Candidates Seeking Teaching Positions There are several ways to find out about job openings The American Mathematical Society The Employment and Careers page has many useful links The main resource for PhD mathematicians is the EIMS employment listing Association of Graduate Schools in Catholic Colleges and Universities AGSCCU The AGSCCU has a webpage with information about the association and in addition the website includes four databases two for degree candidates interested in teaching faculty positions and two for potential employers The URL is www nd edu agsccu After reaching the website the candidate chooses Searchable Database from the menu on the homepage clicks on Candidates then clicks on Enter your Resume Information This third click displays a formed request for personal information educational history and desires pertaining to a faculty position and the free text field near the end of the form enables the entry of individualized additional information that might be of special interest to the potential employer The intention is to create a substantial cadre of candidate s sketches before opening the website

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to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this link February 2016 February Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Upcoming Events Geometry

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the University s formatting requirements for the dissertation TeX File for the Dissertation bib File for Bibliography Portion of the Dissertation Guidelines for Degree Candidates Seeking Teaching Positions There are several ways to find out about job openings The American Mathematical Society The Employment and Careers page has many useful links The main resource for PhD mathematicians is the EIMS employment listing Association of Graduate Schools in Catholic Colleges and Universities AGSCCU The AGSCCU has a webpage with information about the association and in addition the website includes four databases two for degree candidates interested in teaching faculty positions and two for potential employers The URL is www nd edu agsccu After reaching the website the candidate chooses Searchable Database from the menu on the homepage clicks on Candidates then clicks on Enter your Resume Information This third click displays a formed request for personal information educational history and desires pertaining to a faculty position and the free text field near the end of the form enables the entry of individualized additional information that might be of special interest to the potential employer The intention is to create a substantial cadre of candidate s sketches before opening the website to

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was a 2008 2009 MAA Project NExT Fellow I have a firm commitment to pursuing excellence in teaching at all levels of mathematics In addition to the work being done in the classroom I am serving as the faculty advisor to an undergraduate research project and am heavily involved in Southwestern s fledgling Math Club I still continue my own scholarship by conducting research in abstract harmonic analysis April Garrison MA 2007 I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas Missouri and Southern Illinois 12 non summer offices and 25 summer offices I work for Vector Marketing as a Division Recruiting Manager I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas Missouri and Southern Illinois 12 non summer offices and 25 summer offices I analyze reports find areas of improvement I m also responsible for helping to set up new offices in the summer time arranging negotiating hotel rates for events and overseeing all the receptionists in the division I still teach at SLU 1 or 2 classes during the Fall semester Ryo Ohashi PhD 2005 You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members I am an assistant professor of mathematics at King s College in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania The college is founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross from the University of Notre Dame At SLU I worked with Dr Kalliongis and I am interested in Low Dimensional Topology PL Topology Geometric Groups Elliptic Manifolds and Topological Groups You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members The class observations are great advantages for you to strengthen your teaching skill to get ready for a real world college teaching

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a 2008 2009 MAA Project NExT Fellow I have a firm commitment to pursuing excellence in teaching at all levels of mathematics In addition to the work being done in the classroom I am serving as the faculty advisor to an undergraduate research project and am heavily involved in Southwestern s fledgling Math Club I still continue my own scholarship by conducting research in abstract harmonic analysis April Garrison MA 2007 I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas Missouri and Southern Illinois 12 non summer offices and 25 summer offices I work for Vector Marketing as a Division Recruiting Manager I oversee all the offices in our division of Kansas Missouri and Southern Illinois 12 non summer offices and 25 summer offices I analyze reports find areas of improvement I m also responsible for helping to set up new offices in the summer time arranging negotiating hotel rates for events and overseeing all the receptionists in the division I still teach at SLU 1 or 2 classes during the Fall semester Ryo Ohashi PhD 2005 You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members I am an assistant professor of mathematics at King s College in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania The college is founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross from the University of Notre Dame At SLU I worked with Dr Kalliongis and I am interested in Low Dimensional Topology PL Topology Geometric Groups Elliptic Manifolds and Topological Groups You have an opportunity to teach your own math classes at SLU and your teaching performances are evaluated by graduate faculty members The class observations are great advantages for you to strengthen your teaching skill to get ready for a real world college teaching job

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of these areas Topology The Topology group has a wide variety of interests with an emphasis on the topology of 3 dimensional manifolds Areas of specialty include hyperbolic 3 manifolds knot theory and foliations Algebra The Algebra group includes people with interests in group theory representation theory ring theory and finite dimensional algebras Analysis Among our Analysis group are people interested in wavelets Banach spaces analytic functions Lie group representations and analysis on symmetric spaces Differential Geometry The Differential Geometry group is interested in hyperbolic and Lorentzian geometry rank one Lie Groups and relativity Computer Science Research The Computer Science group is interested in algorithms bioinformatics computer graphics visual perception media processing embedded systems computational geometry topology computational linguistics and technical systems control Past Conferences Hosted by the SLU Department of Mathematics and Computer Science 2008 The Clavius Group Collaboration in mathematical research 2007 The Zassenhaus Conference Group theory Document Actions Send this Print this February 2016 February Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Upcoming Events Geometry Topology Seminar Tue

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