## Syllabi

*MATH CLASSES*

CLA | Classical Algebra | Csaba SZABÓ and Péter HERMANN | NON CREDIT |

CPS | Competition (such as Putnam) preparation seminar | Péter Pál PACH | NON CREDIT |

GRE | GRE preparation session | Casey Tompkins | NON CREDIT |

HUP | Hungarian + | Anna Fóti | NON CREDIT |

AL1 | Introduction to Abstract Algebra | Áron BERECZKY | |

AAL | Advanced Abstract Algebra | Péter HERMANN | |

ANT | Topics in Analysis | Péter SIMON | |

ALT | Algebraic topology | Boldizsár KALMÁR | |

BIO | Combinatorial and computational aspects of bioinformatics | István MIKLÓS | READING |

CLX | Complex Functions | Gergely HARCOS | |

CO1.A | Combinatorics 1 | Dezső MIKLÓS | |

CO1.B | Combinatorics 1 | Attila SALI | |

CO2.A | Combinatorics of Finite Sets | András GYÁRFÁS | |

CO2.B | Extremal Combinatorics | Ervin GYÔRI | |

COP | Combinatorial Optimization | Tibor JORDÁN | |

C&P | Conjecture and Proof | Róbert FREUD | |

CRG | Cryptography | Viktória VILLÁNYI | |

DIG | Differential Geometry | Balázs CSIKÓS | |

FUN | Functional Analysis | Tamás TASNÁDI | |

GAL | Galois Theory | Mátyás DOMOKOS | |

GMT | Game Theory | Patroklos BENATOS | |

GRT | Graph Theory | Gábor SIMONYI | |

ILG | Introduction to Lie Groups | Szilárd SZABÓ | |

LOG | Mathematical Logic | Miklós ERDÉLYI SZABÓ | |

MAP | Quantum Information and Quantum Computation | Mihály WEINER | |

MPS | Mathematical Problem Solving | Sándor DOBOS | |

NEG | Non-Euclidean Geometries | Gábor MOUSSONG | |

NU1 | Introduction to Number Theory | Csaba SZABÓ | |

NUT | Topics in Analytic Number Theory | Árpád TÓTH | READING |

PRO | Probability Theory | Péter BÁLINT | |

RFM | Real Functions and Measures | Tamás KELETI | |

SAG | Independent Studies in Algebraic Geometry | Tamás SZAMUELY | |

STA | Statistical Methods | Marianna BOLLA | READING |

SET | Set Theory | Lajos SOUKUP | |

THC | Theory of Computing | Gyula Y. KATONA | |

TOP | Introduction to Topology | Ágnes SZILÁRD | |

RES | Research Opportunities | READING |

The following two courses are

*cross listed with ELTE University, Institute of Mathematics*. The classes are held on their campus which is about 30 minutes from BSM.

DSY | Dynamical Systems | Zoltán BUCZOLICH | |

AGT | Advanced Topics in Graph Theory | László LOVÁSZ |

*Click here for info on locations and getting to ELTE*

The following course is

*cross listed with the Department of Mathematics at the Central European University*. The classes are held in their building which is about 30 minutes from BSM.

AG1 | Algebraic Geometry I. | Tamás SZAMUELY |

The following courses are offered by the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education program.

You can take any of their classes for a truly Hungarian experience. This is in addition to the 5-math-course-limit imposed by BSM (i.e. you do not have to pay extra if your 6th etc course is a BSME course). The courses are offered in the same building as the BSM courses.

Please, note that due to the educational component of these courses you will have to find out individually at your home institution, if and what credit you will receive for these courses.

PRC | Practicum: Experiencing the Hungarian Approach through Observation and Teaching (PRC) | Réka SZÁSZ | |

DLP | Discovery Learning: The Pósa Method | Péter JUHÁSZ | |

PSM | Problem Solving in Secondary School Mathematics | Zoltán GYENES | |

CBG | Concept Building through Games and Manipulatives | Anna KISS |

*NON-MATH CLASSES*

PHI | Philosophy of Mathematics | Kálmán CZISZTER | |

HIS | Holocaust and Memory | Andrea PETŐ | |

HL1 | Beginner Hungarian Language | Erika FALLIER | |

HL2.A | Intermediate Hungarian Language | Erika FALLIER | |

HL2.B | Intermediate Hungarian Language | Katica MIKLÓSY | |

HUC | Hungarian Art and Culture | Márta SIKLÓS | |

FILM | Introduction to Cinema | László ARATÓ |