Classes taught by Scott Sutherland at Stony Brook

MAT 118Mathematical Thinking Fall 2007 Spring 2003
MAT 123Introduction to Calculus Fall 2015
MAT 125Calculus A Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2009, Fall 2008, Spring 2007, Fall 2004, Spring 1999, Summer 1990, and Fall 1989
MAT 126Calculus B Spring 2010, Spring 1990
MAT 127Calculus C Spring 2006
MAT 131Calculus I Fall 1998 and Fall 1991
MAT 132Calculus II Spring 2013, Fall 2011 and Spring 1992.
MAT 134Calculus II with computers
this course no longer exists
Spring 1991
MAT 141Honors Calculus I Fall 2012, Fall 2010
MAT 200 Logic, Language, and Proof Spring 2010, Fall 2006 and Fall 2002
MAT 205 Calculus III--Multivariate and Vector Calculus Fall 2000
MAE 301/ MAE 501 Foundations of Secondary School Mathematics Spring 2009
MAT 303 Calculus IV--Differential Equations with Applications Spring 1995 and Fall 1994
MAT 307 Multivariate Calculus with Linear Algebra Fall 2013, Fall 2010
MAT 308 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra Spring 2011
MAT 310 Linear Algebra Spring 2005
MAT 312/ AMS 351 Applied Algebra

While I haven't taught this since pre-www times, I did adapt some computer projects from my MAT 331 notes.
Fall 1992
MAT 319 Foundations of Analysis Fall 2008
MAT 331 Mathematical Problem Solving with Computers

As you can see, I taught this course more than others. Together with Santiago Simanca, I have written some notes for this class, and on using maple in general. (Also in PostScript.)
Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012, Spring 2008, Spring 2002, Spring 2001, Fall 1999, Spring 1998, Fall 1997, Fall 1996, Spring 1996, Fall 1995, Fall 1993, Fall 1990.
MAT 332Mathematical Problem Solving with Computers II
this course no longer exists
Spring 1994
MAT 350Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
this course no longer exists
Spring 1993
MAT 351Differential Equations: Dynamical Systems and Chaos Spring 1997
MAT 360Geometric Structures Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Spring 2004
MAT 364Topology and Geometry Fall 2011
MAT 371/ CSE 371 Logic Spring 2000
MAT 487
Reading Courses/Independent Study:
Fractals and Dimension,
Mathematics of Cryptography,
Computers and Mathematics,
Geometry and Education,
Elliptic Curve Cryptography,
Abstract Algebra,
Topology,
Dynamical Systems,
Self-Similarity in Art,
Dynamical Systems (again),
Homotopy and Homology,
Numerical Methods in Mathematical Economics,
I got tired of listing these, though I still do one or so each year

Spring 1997,
Summer 1997,
Summer 1999,
Summer 2000,
Spring 2001,
Spring 2003,
Summer 2003,
Fall 2004,
Spring 2005,
Spring 2006,
Summer 2006,
Fall 2006.
MAT 511Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics Fall 2003
MAT 515Geometry for Teachers Fall 2014