We offer several tracks of calculus, for students with a variety of backgrounds and educational goals, as well as an Honors sequence for potential majors. The 100-level courses provide instruction in the mathematics used by other fields and across the wide spectrum of topics that math majors need for any direction in which their interests develop.

The 200-level courses for graduate students cover the introductory core material in analysis, geometry, probability, discrete math, and algebra that form the foundation for research across pure and applied mathematics as well as advanced topics at the forefront of contemporary research. For students with specialized interests, individual reading courses can also be arranged at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.