# 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. (Updated February 2020)

## Prerequisite Table

### The Courses with Their Prerequisites

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 273 | Multivariable Calculus | M 172 |

M 274 | Introduction to Differential Equations | M 273 |

M 300 | Undergraduate Math Seminar | M 171 |

M 301 | Math Technology for Teachers | M 171 (or M 162) |

M 307 | Introduction to Abstract Mathematics | M 172 |

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) |