BSME Mathematics Education Courses
|10-12||CBG||PRC visit||CBG||PRC 10:00 + lunch|
|12-2||GPS||PRC visit||GPS 12:30||DLP 12:30|
- Classes start at 15 minutes past the hour (e.g. 10:15) unless otherwise indicated by the instructor.
- All classes meet in room 002 (except for the PRC visit)
- Practicum (PRC) involves a school visit (with Fruzsi) on Tuesdays, and a seminar (with Réka) on Thursdays. You will receive the school visit info by email each week.
- In the first week there is no PRC school visit, but a meeting at 10:15-11:45 on Tuesday in room 002
- On Thursdays the BSME group will go out for lunch with Réka and Orsi (optional)
- BSME Workshops will happen occasionally, participation is optional, but can be counted towards BSME courses
Syllabi: To view the syllabus, click on the three-letter code for each course.
- PRC Practicum (Fruzsina Kollányi / Réka Szász)
- DLP Discovery Learning: The Pósa Method (Péter Juhász)
- GPS Teaching Geometry through Problem Solving (Zoltán Gyenes)
- CBG Concept Building through Games and Manipulatives (Anna Kiss)
- DRS Directed Research: Discovery Learning in Secondary Schools (Márta Barbarics)
BSME Field Experience
BSM Mathematics Courses
BSM offers a large selection of interesting and challenging mathematics courses. The following courses are cross-listed with BSME, although you are welcome to take any BSM mathematics course. See this page for syllabi and a complete list of BSM course offerings.
Note: BSM mathematics courses tend to be more challenging than typical undergraduate courses. Be sure to check the syllabus of each course for the prerequisite knowledge needed.
- AL1 Introduction to Abstract Algebra (Áron Bereczky)
- ANT Topics in Analysis (Bence Borda)
- CO1.A Combinatorics 1 (Dezső Miklós)
- CO1.B Combinatorics 1 (Attila Sali)
- C&P Conjecture and Proof (Róbert Freud)
- MPS Mathematical Problem Solving (Sándor Dobos)
- NEG Non-Euclidean Geometries (Gábor Moussong)
- PRO Probability Theory (Péter Bálint)
- SET Set Theory (Lajos Soukup)
- THC Theory of Computing (Balázs Patkós)
- TOP Introduction to Topology (Ágnes Szilárd)
The following courses in humanities, language, and/or culture are cross-listed with BSME, and are offered through either BSM or McDaniel College.
- COM1102 Introduction to Communication: Interpersonal (Jolán Róka)
- FILM Introduction to Cinema (László Arató)
- HL1 Beginner Hungarian Language (Erika Fallier)
- HL2.A Intermediate Hungarian Language (Erika Fallier)
- HL2.B Intermediate Hungarian Language (Katica Miklósy)
- HUC Hungarian Art and Culture (Judit BARTA)
- HUP Hungarian + (Anna Fóti) – NON CREDIT
- PHI Philosophy of Mathematics (Kálmán Cziszter)
- PSY1106 Introduction to Psychology (Luis Murrillo)
- PSY2209 Developmental Psychology (Anna Babarczy)
If interested in communication or psychology courses, please contact Réka Szász.
For other courses and syllabi please see the BSM website (you can attend without special notice).
Complete list of McDaniel course offerings for this term. If you wish to take a McDaniel course, please contact Réka Szász.
If you wish to take an AIT course, please contact Réka Szász.
The following PE classes are offered through McDaniel College.
- Basketball: Mondays 10:15 am – 11:45 am
- Salsa: Mondays 5 pm – 6:30 pm
- Yoga: Tuesdays 10:30 am – 12 am
- Floor Hockey: Wednesdays 10:15 am – 11:45 am
- Weight Training: Thursdays 12:30 pm – 2:15 pm
Note that McDaniel students have a priority, so not all PE classes might be available for BSM/BSME students. We will email you the sign up sheet once the schedule of classes is posted.
Classes meet at the gym of the Veterinary University (opposite corner of Bethlen Gábor tér than the BSME building, same building as the cafeteria, Budapest, István u. 2, 1078, Building G).
You can also use the Weight Room, which is open at the following hours (if staff asks you, tell them you are a College International student):
- Monday to Thursday: 7am to 7pm
- Friday: 7am to 2pm