Upper Division Course Offerings
The Mathematics Department offers required upper division mathematics courses annually and most upper division elective courses biennially. Students majoring in mathematics at Marist will meet with their advisors on a regular basis to ensure that they complete all required courses in either their junior or senior year.
Math majors pursuing certification in adolescence education are also required to complete EDUC 424 Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools, EDUC 211 Participation/Observation in the Secondary Schools, EDUC 415 Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools, and MATH 450 Fundamental Concepts of Geometry.
Note that, starting in Fall 2015, MATH 450 Fundamental Concepts of Geometry will ONLY be offered in Fall semesters of ODD years.
In the table below are all of the scheduled offerings of these courses for the next several semesters. Students majoring in mathematics at Marist will meet with their advisors on a regular basis to ensure that they complete all required courses in either their junior or senior year. Courses designated "(late)" will be offered in the late afternoon to accommodate students who may need to take a required math course during their student teaching semester.
Note: In addition to the courses listed below, Special Topics or other seldomoffered catalog courses may be offered, especially in a semester with few other upper level courses.
SPECIFIC SCHEDULE FALL 2017  SPRING 2019
Fall 2017 
Spring 2018

Fall 2018 
Spring 2019 
GENERAL SCHEDULE
Fall Odd Years
MATH 410 Abstract Algebra I MATH 420 Mathematical Analysis I MATH 430 Operations Research MATH 450 Fundamental Concepts of Geometry (Participation/Observation, Math Methods) 
Spring Even YearsMATH 477 Capping (late) Student Teaching *2 of these 3 courses may be offered 
Fall Even YearsMATH 410 Abstract Algebra I MATH 420 Mathematical Analysis I MATH 422 Applied Mathematics I (Participation/Observation, Math Methods) 
Spring Odd YearsMATH 440 Numerical Analysis MATH 441 Combinatorics MATH 477 Capping (late) Student Teaching 