Syllabi of classes offered by BSM
 NONCREDIT CLASSES
These classes will not appear on your transcript, except for CLA which will be listed
with the remark "NonCredit" if you attend it.
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 
 FORCREDIT CLASSES — MATH and NONMATH
These classes will appear on your transcript as BSM classes regardless of the fact that some of them (few, towards the end) are actually offered by BSME, ELTE or McDaniel College. Your paid tuition covers up to five math classes and as many nonmath classes from the list below as you would like. You will have to pay an extra  nonrefundable  fee of 350USD for a 6th or more math class (in order to discourage you of taking more than five math classes).
 MATH CLASSES
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  
CLX  Complex Functions  Gergely HARCOS  
CMA  Commutative Algebra  Mátyás DOMOKOS  
CO1.A  Combinatorics 1  Dezső MIKLÓS  
CO1.B  Combinatorics 1  Attila SALI  
CO2  Combinatorics of Finite Sets  András GYÁRFÁS  
COP  Combinatorial Optimization  Tibor JORDÁN  
C&P  Conjecture and Proof  Róbert FREUD  
DIG  Differential Geometry  Balázs CSIKÓS  
EGR  Extremal Graph Theory  Ervin GYÔRI  
FUN  Functional Analysis  Máté MATOLCSI  
GMT  Game Theory  Patroklos BENATOS  
GRT  Graph Theory  Gábor SIMONYI  
ILG  Introduction to Lie Groups  Szilárd SZABÓ  
IST  Inquiry based spectral theory  Miklós ABÉRT  
LOG  Mathematical Logic  Miklós ERDÉLYI SZABÓ  
MAP  Quantum Information and Quantum Computation  Mihály WEINER  
MCR  Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography  Péter MAGA  
MCG  Modern Convex Geometry  Gergely AMBRUS  
MPS  Mathematical Problem Solving  Sándor DOBOS  
NEG  NonEuclidean Geometries  Gábor MOUSSONG  
NU1  Introduction to Number Theory  Csaba SZABÓ  
NUT  Topics in Analytic Number Theory  Antal BALOG  
PRO  Probability Theory  Péter BÁLINT  
RFM  Real Functions and Measures  Tamás KELETI  
SET  Set Theory  Lajos SOUKUP  
STA  Statistical Methods  Marianna BOLLA  
THC  Theory of Computing  Gyula Y. KATONA  
TOP  Introduction to Topology  Ágnes SZILÁRD  
RES  Research Opportunities  
AGT  Advanced Topics in Graph Theory  László LOVÁSZ  crosslisted^{1} with ELTE University^{2} 
DSY  Dynamical Systems  Zoltán BUCZOLICH  crosslisted^{1} with ELTE University^{2} 
DLP  Discovery Learning: The Pósa Method  Péter JUHÁSZ  crosslisted^{1} with BSME^{3} 
REMARKS:

Mathematics classes cross listed with other institutions:
BSM works closely with several other Mathematics or Mathematics related programs in Budapest. Typically we offer up to
1 or 2 classes
each semester from the Eotvos University (ELTE) and/or the Central European University (CEU) and the Budapest Semesters in
Mathematics Education (BSME) program.
Taking a crosslisted class at another institution not only allows you to study a subject not offered by BSM but in addition may enhance your studyabroad experience since the classes may run completely different style as at BSM and your classmates will be from outside of BSM.
Note that a grade you receive for a cross listed class will appear on your BSM transcript as a BSM class, with no mention of the other institution that offers it.  Classes cross listed with ELTE University, Institute of Mathematics. The classes are held on their campus which is about 30 minutes from BSM.Classes cross listed with ELTE will appear by Sept 3rd.

This class is
cross listed with
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education program.
are held
in the same building as where the BSM classes are. Exact location and time will be announced later.
This is a true math class in problem solving, only available in Hungary! Can easily be the best class to take for a truly Hungarian study abroad experience.
In order to encourage taking this class, this BSME class does not count towards the 5mathcourse limit!
 NONMATH CLASSES
PHI  Philosophy of Mathematics  Kálmán CZISZTER  
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  Judit BARTA  
FILM  Introduction to Cinema  László ARATÓ  cross listed with McDaniel 