### Multi-Section Courses: Syllabus and Core Objectives

As part of our effort to make multi-section courses as uniform as practical, each of these courses has a course coordinator who is responsible for setting policy and supervising the individual instructors. For each such course, one global web page containing syllabus, learning outcomes, and other information that should be uniform between sections of the same class is posted below. In addition, there may be more web pages for individual sections listed in the section below.

- Math 10: High School Algebra
- Math 104: Introduction to Probability
- Math 105: Introduction to Mathematical Ideas
- Math 140: College Algebra
- Math 143: Preparation for Calculus
- Math 145: Applied Trigonometry
- Math 150: Discrete Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences
- Math 151: Calculus for Business and Social Sciences
- Math 160: Survey of Calculus
- Math 165/166: Calculus I/II
- Math 195/196: Mathematics for Elementary Education I/II
- Math 201: Introduction to Proofs
- Math 207: Matrices and Linear Algebra
- Math 265: Calculus III
- Math 266/267: Elementary Differential Equations/Elementary Differential Equations and Laplace Transforms
- Math 301: Abstract Algebra I
- Math 317: Theory of Linear Algebra

### Individual Sections

In addition to the global pages shown above, some individual sections or courses have their own web pages with more details on course policies, office hours, etc. **Note:** Courses in Canvas are not listed here. Check Canvas separately to see if your course has a page there.

- Math 201 Section A: Intro to Proofs, J. Smith
- Math 201 Section B: Intro to Proofs, J. Smith
- Math 265 Section M1: Calculus III, P. Sacks
- Math 266 Sections 2 and 3: Intro to Differential Equations, F. Keinert