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Summer 2022 Math and M/CS courses

Remote Asynchronous:

MATH 107 – MATH 157 – MATH 224 – MATH 309

Remote Synchronous:

MATH 112 – MATH 114 – MATH 156 – MATH 204 MATH 225 – MATH 226 – MATH 240 -MATH 302 MATH 304 – MATH 312 – MATH 331 - MATH 341 M/CS 375 – MATH 381 – MATH  382 - MATH 383 MATH 419 – MATH 432 

Face-to-Face:

MATH 115 – MATH 124 – MATH 125 – M/CS 335 MATH 342 – M/CS 435

 

Details on instructors and meeting times can be found on Classfinder.

Math at Western

The Mathematics Department at Western provides a curriculum in pure and applied mathematics and statistics, and course sequences relevant to students in the sciences, engineering, education, and other disciplines.

The goal of these programs of study is to equip all of our students with the conceptual understanding, computational skills, and persistent disposition required to use quantitative reasoning and analysis effectively in their personal and professional lives. 

We aim to promote and sustain:

  • an environment that fosters creativity, critical thought, enquiry, and active learning;
  • equity, inclusion, and diversity amongst our staff, faculty, and students, aiming to increase participation from groups that are historically underrepresented in Mathematics;
  • the continued growth of faculty as both teachers and scholars of mathematics with active programs of research and professional involvement;
  • opportunities for close interaction between students and faculty, both within and beyond the classroom, including student mentoring and research opportunities.
Math students collaborating
Math students working together in the Math Center
Math students collaborate in Math Center

Core Math Sequences

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Student Clubs

Axiom 1. Mathematical talent is distributed equally among different groups, irrespective of geographic, demographic, and economic boundaries.

Axiom 2. Everyone can have joyful, meaningful, and empowering mathematical experiences.

Axiom 3. Mathematics is a powerful, malleable tool that can be shaped and used differently by various communities to serve their needs.

Axiom 4. Every student deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.

Federico Ardila-Mantilla
Associate Professor, San Francisco State University