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Math and Computer Science Courses

Listed below are the math and computer science courses offered in 2019, and the sites and sessions for each course.

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Math and Computer Science Course Offerings

Math Course Offerings

* = day site (no room or board provided)
** = international site (dates vary)

Site key

Grade

Code

Course

Sites and Sessions

2-3

MPSE

Math Problem Solving

ALE-2*

3-4

GEOM

Geometry and Spatial Sense

ALE-2 SAN-2* NUE-1*  SPE-1&2*  WLA-1&2*

4-5

NUMR

Numbers: Zero to Infinity

ALE-2*  GIL-1*  HKY-1**  MSA-1*  SAN-1&2 SPE-1&2*  WLA-1&2*

5-6

INDE

Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

ALE-2*  BRI-1&2  CGV-1&2  GIL-1*  HKY-1**  LAJ-1*  LOS-1&2  NUE-1*  SAN-1&2*  SPE-1&2*  SRF-1&2  WLA-1* 

5-6

HMAT

Great Discoveries in Mathematics

LOS-1&2  SRF 1

5-6

DACH

Data and Chance

CGV-1&2  SRF-1&2  WLA-1&2*

7+

MATH

Individually Paced Math Sequence

JHU-1&2

7+

DMAT

Combinatorics and Graph Theory

SCZ-2

7+

MATX

Mathematical Modeling

HAV-2  SCZ-1

7+

MONY

The Mathematics of Money

ATN-1&2  BRI-1&2  HAV-1&2  HKU-1**  SCZ-1&2  SUN-1&2

7+

GAME

Probability and Game Theory

CAR-1&2  LAN-1&2  LOS-1&2  SAR-1&2

7+

GMTH

Game Theory and Economics

BRI-1&2  HKU-1**  SCZ-1&2

7+

PDOX

Paradoxes and Infinities

ATN-1&2  BRI-1&2  HKU-1**  SCZ-1&2  SUN 1&2

7+

GART

Geometry Through Art

HAV-1&2  SCZ-1&2

7+

REAS

Mathematical Logic

HKU-1**  JHU-1&2  LAN-1&2  LOS-2

7+

CODE

Cryptology

CAR-1&2  HKU-1**  LAN-1&2  LOS-1&2  SAR-1&2  SUN-1&2

7+

MICO

Fundamentals of Microeconomics

CAR-1&2  JHU-1&2  LOS-1  SAR-1  SUN-1&2

7+

MACR

Macroeconomics and the Global Economy

CAR-1&2  HKU-1**  JHU-1&2  LOS-2  SAR-2

7+

THEO

Number Theory

LAN-1&2

7+

TOPO

Topology

LAN-1  LOS-2

10+

MOCB

The Mathematics of Competitive Behavior

PRN-1

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Computer Science Course Offerings

* = day site (no room or board provided)
** = international site (dates vary)

Site key

Grade

Code

Courses

Sites and Sessions

5-6

IROB

Introduction to Robotics

ALE-2*  BRI-1&2  CGV-1&2  GIL-1*  HKY-1**  LOS-1&2  SAN-1&2*  SPE-1&2*  SRF-1&2

7+

CMPS

Foundations of Programming

ATN-1&2  BRI-1&2  HAV-1&2

7+

FCPS

Fundamentals of Computer Science

CAR-1&2  LOS-1&2  SAR-1&2  SUN-1&2

7+

DATA

Data Structures and Algorithms

LAN-1&2  LOS-1

7+

TCOM

Theory of Computation

LAN-1

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Site Key

Code

Site

ALE

Alexandria, Virginia*

ATN

Allentown, Pennsylvania

BRI

Bristol, Rhode Island

BRK

Berkeley, California

CAR

Carlisle, Pennsylvania

CGV

Collegeville, Pennsylvania

GIL

Baltimore, Maryland (Gilman School)*

HAV

Haverford, Pennsylvania

HKU

Hong Kong S.A.R.**

HKY

Hong Kong S.A.R.**

JHU

Baltimore, Maryland (Johns Hopkins University)

LAJ

La Jolla, California*

LAN

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

LOS

Los Angeles, California (Loyola Marymount)

MSC

Baltimore, Maryland (Marine Science)

NUE

San Mateo, California*

PBD

Baltimore, Maryland (Peabody Institute)

PRN

Princeton, New Jersey

SAN

Sandy Spring, Maryland*

SAR

Saratoga Springs, New York

SCZ

Santa Cruz, California

SFD

Stamford, Connecticut*

SPE

New York, New York*

SRF

San Rafael, California

SUN

Seattle, Washington

WLA

Los Angeles, California (Mirman School)*

* = day site (no room or board provided)
** = international site (room and board provided)

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