Exchange students choose from a multitude of exciting and challenging classes offered by the departments of Mathematics and Statistics. Usually our exchange students enroll in 400-level (senior-level undergraduate) classes and 800-level (beginning-graduate-level) classes. Some exchange students enroll in more advanced (900-level) graduate-level courses. Many exchange students choose classes in our Advanced Track mathematics undergraduate program - a program designed for highly talented and motivated students.

To find out more about our course offerings, go to http://www.schedule.msu.edu/. Some courses are offered only during one semester each year, so be sure to identify the semester you are planning to be here. Then choose MTH or STT for subject area to see the courses offered in Mathematics or Statistics. To see a listing of all available 400-level (or 800-level) courses for that semester, write 4* (or 8*) for "course number". To see the course description and prerequisites for that course, click on the course number.

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