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Below you will find courses that we anticipate offering in the Master of Mathematics for Teachers (MMT) program. Please note that these courses are subject to change.

For course descriptions, please visit the graduate studies academic calendar.

**Fall 2024**

- MATH 600 - Mathematical Software
- MATH 643 - Theory of Computation
- MATH 647 - Foundations of Calculus I
- MATH 674.004 - Fractals
- MATH 674.005 - Graph Theory
- MATH 685 - Math and Peace
- MATH 692 - Mathematical Proofs

**Fall 2025**

- MATH 600 - Mathematical Software
- MATH 630 - Probability
- MATH 641 - Algorithms
- MATH 647 - Foundations of Calculus I
- MATH 674.007 - Quantum Information
- MATH 674.009 - Math and Music
- MATH 692 - Mathematical Proofs

**Winter 2025 **

- MATH 630 - Probability
- MATH 642 - Intro to Computer Science
- MATH 648 - Foundations of Calculus II
- MATH 674.001 - Mathematical Finance I
- MATH 674.002 - Mathematical Finance II
- MATH 681 - Problem Solving
- MATH 682 - History of Math I
- MATH 699 - Capstone Project

**Winter 2026 **

- MATH 631 - Statistics
- MATH 648 - Foundations of Calculus II
- MATH 674.003 - Cryptography
- MATH 674.006 - Math for Global Citizens
- MATH 681 - Problem Solving
- MATH 683 - History of Math II
- MATH 699 - Capstone Project

**Spring 2025**

- MATH 640 - Number Theory
- MATH 650 - Mathematical Modelling
- MATH 661 Geometry
- MATH 674.008 - Special Relativity
- MATH 690 - MMT Workshop
- MATH 699 - Capstone Project

**Spring 2026**

- MATH 636 - Linear Algebra
- MATH 640 - Number Theory
- MATH 661 - Geometry
- MATH 674.010 - Optimization
- MATH 690 - MMT Workshop
- MATH 699 - Capstone Project