Course Numbering System

Course Numbering System

100 - 199
Precalculus courses, general education math courses, and calculus courses.
200 - 399
This range includes MATH 223 Vector Calculus, MATH 290 Elementary Linear Algebra, and our differential equations courses (MATH 220 for Engineers and MATH 320 for Math and Science Majors).
Note: Math 365 is a statistics course for non-majors.
400 - 699
These are our upper level undergraduate courses.
700 - 799
These courses are for undergraduate and graduate students. Undergraduates planning to go to graduate school in mathematics should take at least one 700-level sequence. Although many 700-level courses have as prerequisite only MATH 223 and 290, a high level of mathematical sophistication is expected in these classes. Talk to an adviser before enrolling in these. See also Choosing among Alternative Courses.
800 - 899
These are more advanced graduate courses. Exceptional undergraduates may enroll in an 800-level course after taking the 700-level course(s) in the mathematical subject area.

Recognition Ceremony Honors Employees’ Service

Congratulations to our faculty and staff who will be recognized at the 2017 Employee Recognition Ceremony for their years of service to KU.

Joseph Huber 10 years
Zsolt Talata 10 years
George Kangas 15 years
Milena Stanislavova 15 years
Atanas Stefanov 15 years
Erik Van Vleck 15 years
Yaozhoung Hu 20 years
Kerrie Brecheisen 30 years
Jeff Lang 30 years