Syllabi of classes offered by BSM

CLA Classical Algebra Csaba SZABÓ and Péter HERMANN NON CREDIT
CPS Competition (such as Putnam) preparation seminar Péter Pál PACH 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
CLX Complex Functions Gergely HARCOS
CMA Commutative Algebra Mátyás DOMOKOS
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
DIG Differential Geometry Balázs CSIKÓS
FUN Functional Analysis  Tamás TASNÁDI
GMT Game Theory  Patroklos BENATOS
GRT Graph Theory  Gábor SIMONYI
LOG Mathematical Logic Miklós ERDÉLYI SZABÓ
MPS Mathematical Problem Solving Sándor DOBOS
NEG Non-Euclidean Geometries Gábor MOUSSONG
NU1 Introduction to Number Theory Csaba SZABÓ
NUT Topics in Number Theory — Additive Combinatorics Antal BALOG
PRO Probability Theory Péter BÁLINT
RFM Real Functions and Measures Tamás KELETI
SET Set Theory Lajos SOUKUP
THC Theory of Computing Gyula Y. KATONA
TOP Introduction to Topology Ágnes SZILÁRD
RES Research Opportunities                          
AGT Advanced Topics in Graph Theory László LOVÁSZ cross-listed1 with ELTE University2
CRG Cryptography Viktoria VILLÁNYI cross-listed1 with ELTE University2
FGE Finite geometries Tamá SZÔNYI and György KISS cross-listed1 with ELTE University2
DLP Discovery Learning: The Pósa Method Péter JUHÁSZ cross-listed1 with BSME3

  1. 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 study-abroad 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.
  2. Classes cross listed with ELTE University, Institute of Mathematics. The classes are held on their campus which is about 30 minutes from BSM.
  3. This course is cross listed with the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education program. The class is 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, it does not count towards the 5-math-course limit!

PHI Philosophy of Mathematics Kálmán CZISZTER
HMS History of Modern Science Italo SIMONELLI This class is cross-listed with McDaniel College. The syllabus will be posted later.
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 cross listed with McDaniel

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