*Please note that all links redirect to the external directories, which may not be entirely up to date or functional at all times.*

- CMSC412 Undergraduate TA
- CMSC498T: Game Theory (3 cr)
- CMSC651: Analysis of Algorithms (3 cr)
- CMSC711: Computer Networks (3 cr)
- GERM103: Intensive Elementary German (4 cr)

- CMSC466: Introduction to Numerical Analysis I (3 cr)
- CMSC714: High Performance Computing Systems (3 cr)
- HONR238A: Honors Seminar: Backstage in the Nation's Capital: The Washington D.C. Theater Experience (3 cr)
- STAT705: Computational Statistics (3 cr)

- CMSC212 Undergraduate TA
- CMSC456: Cryptology (3 cr)
- ENGL391: Advanced Composition (3 cr)
- HONR269Q: Honors Seminar: Stock Market (3 cr)
- KNES157O: Physical Education Activities: Coed: Weight Training (Intermediate) (1 cr)
- MATH452: Introduction to Dynamics and Chaos (3 cr)

- BSCI121: Beekeeping
- CMSC412: Operating Systems
- CMSC414: Computer and Network Security
- ENGL297: Beginning Poetry Workshop (3 cr)
- KNES157N: Physical Education Activities: Coed: Weight Training (Beginning)
- MATH403: Introduction to Abstract Algebra

- CMSC420: Data Structures
- CMSC451: Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms
- PLSC100: Introduction to Horticulture
- STAT420: Introduction to Statistics

- CMSC330: Organization of Programming Languages
- CMSC351: Algorithms
- CMSC499A: Independent Undergraduate Research
- HONR238T: Honors Seminar: The Body and Literature
- MATH410: Advanced Calculus I

- CMSC212: Introduction to Low-Level Programming Concepts
- GEMS102: Research Topic Exploration and Team Formation
- GEMS104: Topics in Science, Technology and Society (STS)
- MATH341: Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations II (Honors)
- STAT410: Introduction to Probability Theory

- CMSC132H: Object-Oriented Programming II
- CMSC250H: Discrete Structures
- GEMS100: Freshman Honors Colloquium: Introduction to Gemstone
- HONR269X: Honors Seminar: Faith in Science: Intersections between Science and Religion
- MATH340: Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations I (Honors)

*All classes taken at Montgomery Blair High School in the Math, Science and Computer Science Magnet Program*

- 3D Graphics
- Analysis of Algorithms [1] [2]
- Applied Statistics [1] [2]
- Computational Methods [1] [2]
- Computer Graphics [1] [2]
- Discrete Mathematics [1] [2]
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence with LISP [1] [2]
- Multivariable Calculus with Differential Equations [1] [2]
- Origins of Science [1] [2]
- Quantum Physics [1] [2]
- Software Design [1] [2]