Jacobs Semesters in Mathematics
Program participants take courses from the regular Jacobs course
catalog. In principle, all courses are open to visiting students
subject to the course being offered in the semester of visit,
fulfillment of course specific prerequisites and, for certain
courses, capacity constraints.
A complete list of mathematics courses can be found here:
Not every course will be offered in every semester - if a
particular course is important to you, please ask the program
contact for advance information. Graduate courses are generally
open to undergraduates who are sufficiently advanced to
University course catalog
You can find course information for the current and past semesters
in the university's Campus Net system. When reading the course catalog, the following information
- Jacobs' own Bachelor degree programs are based on three year
curricula. Correspondingly, course numbers in the 100, 200, 300,
and 400 range correspond to the first year, second year, third
year, and graduate level in the Jacobs system.
- Course numbers ending in 1 typically indicate Fall Semester
courses, course numbers ending in 2 typically indicate Spring
Semester courses. There are exceptions to this system, but it is
useful as a first guide for potential course availability.
- Some advanced and specialized courses are offered biennially
only. Be sure to ask the program contact in case such a course is
important for you.
- In addition, the course
German Politics and Culture is offered every semester to
visiting program students.