University of Hawaii Textbooks/Course Materials

University of Hawaii at Manoa • Summer 2024 Class Availability

(UH Transfer Information)

Mathematics (MATH)

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GenEd/Focus/
Special Des.
CRN Course Section Title Credits Instructor Curr.
Enrolled
Seats
avail.
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Waitlisted
Wait
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Days Time Room Dates
FQ,TXT0 96079 MATH 100 601 Survey of Mathematics 3 N Truong 19 1 0 10 MTWRF 1200-0120p ONLINE SYNC 05/20-06/28
FQ,TXT0 97958 MATH 100 701 Survey of Mathematics 3 U U Ranasinghe 2 18 0 10 MTWRF 0900-1020a ONLINE SYNC 07/01-08/09
TXT0 97894 MATH 111 601 Math for Elementary Teachers I
(Strong internet connection, webcam, microphone, and speakers required. For questions, please contact the Mathematics Department at "office@math.hawaii.edu".)
3 K H O'Connor 8 7 0 10 MTRF 0130-0315p ONLINE SYNC 05/20-06/28
FQ,TXT0 96808 MATH 112 701 Math for Elem Teachers II
(Strong internet connection, webcam, microphone, and speakers required. For questions, please contact the Mathematics Department via email at "office@math.hawaii.edu" This course will be taught in the Brightspace LMS. Contact the instructor for more information.)
3 S Lakshmanan 5 10 0 10 MTRF 0130-0310p ONLINE SYNC 07/01-08/09
  96750 MATH 134 701 Precalc: Elementary Functions 3 D Alvarenga 17 3 0 10 MTWRF 1030-1150a KELL 314 07/01-08/09
FQ 97959 MATH 140X 701 Precalculus 4 T M Johnson 16 4 0 10 MTWRF 1200-0150p KELL 401 07/01-08/09
FQ 97960 MATH 140X 801 Precalculus 4 S I Post 8 12     MTRF 0130-0250p KELL 402 06/03-08/09
FQ 97961 MATH 140X 802 Precalculus 4 S L Fields 12 8     MTWRF 1030-1220p KELL 301 06/10-07/19
FQ,NI 96090 MATH 215 801 Applied Calculus I 4 L Agcaoili 14 6     MTRF 1200-0120p KELL 413 06/03-08/09
NI 97131 MATH 216 801 Applied Calculus II 3 M Zaman 7 13     MWF 0900-1020a WEB 116 06/03-08/09
FQ,NI 96093 MATH 241 801 Calculus I 4 D M Polakowski 12 1     MTRF 0900-1020a HOLM 248 06/03-08/09
FQ,NI 97966 MATH 241 802 Calculus I 4 J O Hachmeister 9 4     MTRF 1030-1150a KELL 401 06/03-08/09
FQ,NI 97095 MATH 241 803 Calculus I 4 K H Dovermann 13 7     MTWRF 1100-1250p KELL 404 06/10-07/19
NI 96096 MATH 242 801 Calculus II 4 S H Miller 16 4     MTRF 0900-1020a KELL 402 06/03-08/09
NI 96860 MATH 242 802 Calculus II 4 A D Daguio 20 0     MTRF 1030-1150a KELL 402 06/03-08/09
NI 96929 MATH 242 803 Calculus II 4 D Le 13 7     MTRF 0130-0250p KELL 314 06/03-08/09
NI 96099 MATH 243 801 Calculus III 3 L W Lanerolle 11 9     MWF 0230-0350p KELL 301 06/03-08/09
NI 97096 MATH 244 801 Calculus IV 3 S Niraula 18 2     MWF 1030-1150a KELL 414 06/03-08/09
  96100 MATH 302 801 Intro to Differential Eqns I 3 J O Hachmeister 11 9     MWF 1200-0120p KELL 302 06/03-08/09
  96413 MATH 307 801 Linear Alg & Diff Eq 3 K H Dovermann 7 13     MWF 0900-1020a KELL 404 06/03-08/09
  96861 MATH 307 802 Linear Alg & Diff Eq 3 P Lee 11 9     MWF 1200-0120p KELL 303 06/03-08/09
IDAP,WI 97965 MATH 321 801 Intro to Advanced Mathematics
(Strong internet connection, microphone, speakers, and working webcam required for MATH 321.)
3 O I Cordero-Brana 5 15     TR 1030-1235p ONLINE SYNC 06/03-08/09
IDAP 96928 MATH 372 801 Elem Probability & Statistics
(Strong internet connection, microphone, speakers, and working webcam required for MATH 372.)
3 O I Cordero-Brana 20 0     TR 0800-1005a ONLINE SYNC 06/03-08/09

General Education Requirements:
FGA = Foundation GMP-A DA = Diversification-Arts DP = Diversification-Physical Science
FGB = Foundation GMP-B DB = Diversification-Biological Science DS = Diversification-Social Science
FGC = Foundation GMP-C DH = Diversification-Humanities DY = Diversification-Laboratory (science)
FQ = Foundation Quantitative Reasoning DL = Diversification-Literatures HSL = Hawaiian or Second Language
FS = Foundation Symbolic Reasoning NI = Non-introductory Course
FW = Foundation Written Communication

Focus Requirements:
ETH = Contemporary Ethical Issues
HAP = Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues
OC = Oral Communication
WI = Writing Intensive

NOTE: Courses numbered 600 and above are restricted to classified graduate students only. All unclassified students must obtain approval from the department to register.


Special Designation:
FONL = Fully Online C19 = Online due to COVID-19 OI = Off Island IDAP = eBook Access
EC = Early College H19 = Hybrid due to COVID-19 OS = Off-Site TXT0 = Textbook Cost $0


Class Meeting Days:
M = Monday R = Thursday U = Sunday
T = Tuesday F = Friday TBA = To Be Announced/Arranged
W = Wednesday S= Saturday