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## Summer 2023 Math Courses

Information on summer math course offerings can be found here.

## Major & Prospective Major Advising

Students can declare the math major by meeting with a math major advisor.

Students are welcome to make an appointment with any one of our math major advisors on Starfish.

## Honors in the Major Advising

Students looking for Honors in the Major advising are welcome to make an appointment with Prof. Mitch Keller via Starfish, or may email Prof. Andrew Zimmer (amzimmer2@math.wisc.edu) to set up an appointment.

Before your meeting be sure to prepare a basic plan of how you would like to fulfill the requirements for the honors program. You do not need to have a complete plan laid out, but a basic outline will be a good place to start.

## 300-level Course Selection Drop-in

**What**: Drop-in quick advising chats on choosing MATH 319, 320, 340, 341, and 421

**When**: Wednesdays from 11am to noon (through Fall Semester)

**Where**: Math Learning Center (Van Vleck room B224 and then to the on the MLC upper level)

**Who**: Dr Mitch Keller, math teaching faculty and advisor

**Description**: Do you need some help choosing which differential equations, linear algebra, or prerequisite for advanced math course is best for you? Come by for a quick chat! These chats are primarily designed for students in MATH 234, but students in MATH 222 looking to take a math class instead of or in addition to MATH 234 next semester are also welcome to attend.

## Advising for Non-Majors, Certificate Students & Placement

This advising is primarily meant for **non-math majors (and students that are not interested in the math major) **and math certificate students. Questions that are most appropriate for discussing with Kyle Martinez—the placement/undergraduate advisor—are those regarding math course placement, placement testing and retakes, transfer credit questions, enrollment, course prerequisites, declaring the math certificate, or any other non-math major/non-AMEP program questions.

**Questions about the math major regarding advising, requirements, course selection, etc., are better answered by our major advisors.**

Students can make an appointment with Kyle over Starfish. If no appointments are available that work with a student’s schedule, they may email Kyle at klmartinez@wisc.edu to make an alternative appointment.

## Career Advising

There are a number of career services offered at UW-Madison tailored specifically to provide career advising and support to undergraduate students. Some career centers are specific to a particular school, college, or department, while others are for broader populations or specified to particular fields. For example, a math major in the College of Letters & Science may consider connecting with SuccessWorks for some career advising and resources, while a math major in the College of Engineering may instead consider Engineering Career Services.

Students interested in career opportunities are also encouraged to use Handshake.

We Use Math and the American Mathematical Society (AMS) both provide some examples of careers that students can pursue with a math major.

#### Before Contacting an Advisor

It is a good idea to run your DARS report before your meeting. For help using DARS, see this helpful page from the Office of the Registrar.

#### Undergraduate Math Advisors for Fall 2022

The list of Fall 2022 undergraduate math advisors can be found on Starfish. You may meet with any advisor, regardless of who MyUW shows as your advisor. If you wish to contact an advisor by email and your assigned advisor is not advising this year, please email the Director of Undergraduate Studies or the Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies.

#### AMEP Advising

For AMEP advising, consult the AMEP advising page.