Prerequisites for Courses based on Calculus I/II

The following graph shows the prerequisite relationships for mathematics courses based on Calculus I/II.  It includes courses through the 300-level. The core courses for math majors are in boldface. (Based on the 2017-2018 Catalog)

graphic showing the prerequisite relationships among courses based on calculus I/II

Prerequisite Table

Honors Calculus I/II (M 181/182) can be substituted for Calculus I/II (M 171/172).

Course Title Prerequisites
M 172 Calculus II M 171
M 210 Introduction to Mathematical Software M 171 (or M 162)
M 221 Introduction to Linear Algebra M 172
M 225 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics M 171 (or M 162)
M 263 Applied Differential Equations M 171 (or M 162)
M 273 Multivariable Calculus M 172
M 300 Undergraduate Math Seminar M 171
M 301 Math Technology for Teachers M 221
M 307 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics M 172
M 311 Ordinary Diff Equations/System M 273
M 326 Number Theory M 307 (or M 225)
M 361 Discrete Optimization M 172 (or M 162)
M 362 Linear Optimization M 172 (or M 162)
M 381 Advanced Calculus I M 307
STAT 341 Introduction to Probability and Statistics M 172 (or 162)