We are offering a new course in Mathematics this Fall 2022 Semester:
Math 285A: Analysis for Applications [pdf]
This course teaches the fundamentals of analysis needed for applied mathematics.
It is designed to complement (or prepare you for) Math 233A and Math 234. The focus is on examples and building foundational understanding. There are no epsilon-delta proofs.
MySJSU is checking prerequisites for our undergraduate courses. If you already passed the prerequisite with the required grade at another institution and your grades have not been posted on MySJSU, please send your transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the following information:
- Student ID number
- The Math course you are trying to add
- Best way to reach you (email is preferred)
If you need to show proof of prerequisite for a course not listed above, please send it to the instructor or attach it to the form below.
You must attend class. You may be able to access the Canvas pages of some classes. If so, you should be able to find the zoom link for the first day of instruction. If not, please contact the instructor via email for the zoom link information.
Please consult the registration calendar to find important dates such as the advanced registration period, last day to drop, date when the open enrollment petition is available.
Students who are repeating a course for the first time can enroll towards the end of the Advanced Enrollment period. Please consult the registration calendar to find the date when first time repeaters can register. https://app.docusign.com/templates/details/ee4a1388-25bb-4042-84a0-4de08d395260
If this will be more than your 2nd time taking the course, you will need to attend the first day of class to ask the instructor for an add code, also called a permission number. You will also need to submit a Petition to Repeat a Course (from AARS). For the petition, you will need to get your instructor's signature. The Associate Dean of the College of Science signs for the chair and her email is Shelley.Cargill@SJSU.edu.