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Entrance card (chip card) – 3000 forints Non smoking Classrooms 104,105,206 and C3 Computers in the basement Reading room 205 WIFI code: 1qay2wsx Other programs: premed and McDaniel The BSM building:
ALL RULES ARE DETAILED IN THE STUDENT HANDBOOK! ACADEMICS: READ!
First three weeks are for making final decisions! Registration deadline & feedback session: February 19 th, Thursday
During/after the first three weeks “Reading courses” can become “regular” “Regular” can become “reading” Courses may be canceled based on enrollment data.
Introductory level math courses: AL1 Introduction to Abstract Algebra ANT Topics in Analysis CLX Complex Analysis CO1 Combinatorics 1 MPS Mathematical Problem Solving NU1 Number Theory 1 PRO Probability Theory SET Set Theory TOP Introduction to Topology
Advanced math courses: AAL Advanced Algebra ALT Algebraic Topology C&P Conjecture and Proof CO2ACombinatorics of Finite Sets CO2B Extremal Combinatorics COP Combinatorial Optimization DIG Differential Geometry FUN Functional Analysis GAL Galois Theory
GMT Game Theory GRT Graph Theory LOG Mathematical Logic MAP Quantum Information and Quantum Computation NEG Non-Euclidean Geometries NUT Topics Number Theory – Additive Combinatorics RFM Real Functions and Measures THC Theory of Computing
Advanced Math Courses (Reading) BIO Combinatorial and computational aspects of bioinformatics CMA Commutative Algebra STA Statistical Methods UNI Universal Algebra
EUR Elective Undergraduate Research STARTING with 4 problems: 1. Comparing random networks and human brain networks with ISTVÁN MIKLÓS 2. Density of sets with distance restrictions. with TAMÁS KELETI 3. 2-colorable triple-systems. with ANDRÁS GYÁRFÁS 4. Spectral Clustering: Is the multiway discrepancy monotonous?. with MARIANNA BOLLA
NON CREDIT courses: CLA Classical Algebra Csaba Szabó and Péter Hermann CPS Competition preparation session. Péter Pál PACH BSM local math competition April 25 th, Saturday, 9am-2pm CASH PRIZES!!!
MATH and EDUCATION COURSES: DLG Discovery learning for gifted students OBM Classroom Observations in Mathematics
ELTE COURSES: Polyhedral combinatorics. Mo 12-2pm ELTE South Building Criptography TBA STARTING WEEK OF FEBRUARY 9th
NON-MATH COURSES: HL1 Beginner Hungarian Language HL2 Intermediate Hungarian Language --- A and B version HUC Hungarian Art and Culture HIS Holocaust and Memory HMS History of Modern Science PHI Philosophy of Mathematics FILM Film Analysis - Masters of European Films
Your paid tuition covers as much as five of the math courses and as many of the non-math courses OFFERED by BSM as you wish. You can take (free of charge) AIT or McDaniel College courses
Once again, REGISTRATION DEADLINE: February 19 th, Thursday, NOON and feedback session4:00 pm COUNSELORS: ● A through K -- Csaba Szabó ● L through Z -- Dezső Miklós
Office hours of the advisors 1 st WEEK’ Csaba Szabó Tuesday am Thursday 8-10 am Dezső Miklós Monday 10: am Tuesday am Friday am
DURING THE SEMESTER: DROPPING A COURSE – by May 8th, Friday noon, the latest Switching to AUDIT The Pass/Fail option
Leaning disabilities and mental health Special accommodation for learning disabilities Mental Health Problem Counseling Services at College International (BSM)
TEXTBOOKS: sold weekly FOR FORINTS ONLY some used at 60% full refund till February 20th 50% refund at the end of semester Handouts cannot be refunded!!!!