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**500-Level (Graduate) Courses**

Juniors and Seniors who are members of the Franke Honors College may enroll in 500-level courses for undergraduate honors credit. (Seniors who are not in the Honors College may also enroll in 500-level courses, if approved by the instructor, head of the department offering the course, and Dean of the Graduate College.) Students who are interested in this option should first speak to their departmental faculty advisor. Instructions for enrollment are here.

Some of our 500-level classes are co-convened with 400-level classes; these may directly substitute for the 400-level version (e.g. MATH 515A Intro to Abstract Algebra substitutes for MATH 415A Intro to Abstract Algebra).

Recent math/sds majors have enrolled in the following graduate courses, just to give you an idea of what is available:

- 504 (History of Math, co-convened with 404),
- 511A/B (Algebra),
- 513 (Linear Algebra, co-convened with 413),
- 514A/B (Algebraic Number Theory),
- 515A/B (Abstract Algebra, co-convened with 415A/B),
- 516 (Commutative Algebra),
- 520A (Complex Analysis),
- 522 (Applied Analysis, co-convened with 422),
- 523A/B (Real Analysis),
- 524 (Complex Analysis, co-convened with 424),
- 525A/B (Real Analysis of One/Several Variables),
- 528A/B (Banach & Hilbert Spaces),
- 532 (Topology, co-convened with 432),
- 534A/B (Topology-Geometry),
- 536A/B (Algebraic Geometry),
- 543 (Graphs & Networks, co-convened with 443),
- 564 (Theory of Probability),
- 566 (Theory of Statistics),
- 571A/B (Advanced Statistical Regression Analysis, Design of Experiments, part of Accelerated Master's Program),
- 574M (Machine Learning)

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