- Teaching coordinator: Yvan Martel
- Teaching coordinator: Frank Pacard
- Teaching coordinator: Paul Thevenin
- Teaching coordinator: Julie Tourniaire

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Analysis (MAA 102) is an introductory-level mathematical analysis course which provides a well-balanced approach between calculus and foundational notions. It is designed to equip students with the fundamental analytical tools required in all scientific fields. It also introduces students to important mathematical concepts which will be expanded upon later in the Bachelor program.

This course covers the study of real-valued and complex valued sequences and the study of series. It also covers the the notions of continuity, differentiability of functions and the theory of approximation of function of one real variable.

Analysis (MAA102) is an introductory-level mathematical analysis course that provides a well-balanced approach between calculus and foundational notions; it is designed to equip students with the fundamental analytical tools required in all scientific fields. In particular, this course covers derivatives and function approximation in one real variable. It also introduces students to important mathematical concepts which will be expanded upon later in the program; namely, the basics of topology on the real line.

- Teaching coordinator: Taha El Ghazi El Houssaini
- Teaching coordinator: Frank Pacard
- Teaching coordinator: Paul Thevenin
- Teaching coordinator: Julie Tourniaire

- Teaching coordinator: Frank Pacard
- Teaching coordinator: Paul Thevenin
- Teaching coordinator: Julie Tourniaire

Analysis (MAA 202) builds on the concepts and techniques introduced in Analysis 102. In particular, students cover notions in topology.

- Teaching coordinator: Vianney Debavelaere
- Teaching coordinator: Arthur Touati