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Math Biology Seminar

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Courses for mathematical biologists

Year long courses begin in the fall semester. A list of courses typically taken by our students is given below. Follow the links for descriptions of each course.

Typical Fall Course Offerings

Courses in the Mathematics Department

MATH 5110: Mathematical Biology I

MATH 6410: Ordinary Differential Equations

MATH 6610: Analysis of Numerical Methods I

MATH 6710: Applied Linear Operator and Spectral Methods

MATH 6770: Advanced Mathematical Biology I


Occasional Fall Course Offerings

Courses in the Mathematics Department

MATH 6730: Asymptotic and Perturbation Methods

MATH 6750: Fluid Dynamics


Typical Spring Course Offerings

Courses in the Mathematics Department

MATH 5120: Mathematical Biology II

MATH 6420: Partial Differential Equations

MATH 6620: Analysis of Numerical Methods II

MATH 6720: Applied Complex Variables and Asymptotic Methods

MATH 6780: Advanced Mathematical Biology II


Occasional Spring Course Offerings

Courses in the Mathematics Department

MATH 4600: Mathematics in Medicine

MATH 6630: Numerical Solutions to PDEs

MATH 6740: Bifurcation Theory


Other Courses Around Campus

BIOLOGY 6500: Advanced Statistical Modeling for Biologists

BIOEN 6670: Genomic Signal Processing

BIOEN 6760: Modeling and Analysis of Biological Networks