MAT 295 & 296 Calculus I & II: This course is the first-year calculus sequence required of all science and engineering majors at Syracuse University

MAT 397 Calculus III: MAT 397 is the third course in a three-semester sequence in calculus designed for mathematics, science, and engineering majors and those in other majors who intend to take advanced courses in mathematics.

MAT 414 Intro to Ordinary Differential Equations: Topics covered include the analytic and qualitative aspects of first-order differential equations (linear and nonlinear), second order linear equations, Laplace transforms, and systems of first order linear equations.

CHE 106/107 General Chemistry I: In the lecture course, CHE 106 the basic concepts of necessary for continued study in chemistry and other professions requiring the subject - such as medicine, biology, engineering, and physics - are covered. In the laboratory course, CHE 107, basic laboratory procedures and techniques are taught.

CHE 116/117 General Chemistry II: As with CHE 106, the grade for the lecture part of the course is based on four tests and a final exam that covers all the material addressed during the semester. Laboratory grades are based on a student's performance on individual laboratory exercises and on a comprehensive laboratory final exam.

EAR 203 Earth System Science: EAR 203 illustrates the interconnectedness of biologic, hydrologic, atmospheric, and geologic processes in shaping our planet.

CHE 113 Forensic Science:

Forensic Science focuses on the application of scientific methods and techniques to crime and law. This course is intended to provide an introduction to understanding the science behind crime detection.

PSY 205 Foundations of Human Behavior:

Psychology is an innovative course which provides instruction in the fundamental topics in psychology in addition to providing a degree of freedom for students to pursue individual topics of interest.

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology:

SOC 101 is an analytic, skills-based introduction to sociology. The emphasis is on analytic reading and conceptual analysis. The approach to sociology is to view it as an empirical social science, and the readings are based on empirical research studies or are review articles of research in an area of sociological investigation.

MAT 221 Elementary Probability & Statistics I:
MAT 221 is the first in a two-course sequence in statistics for students in most academic majors which emphasize quantitative methods. The primary objective of this course is to provide students with knowledge of elementary probability and statistics.

MAT 222 Elementary Probability & Statistics II:
MAT 222 builds on the fundamental concepts learned in MAT 221 to develop a working understanding of the use of a variety of inferential techniques.