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I am not sure if I should ask this here. If I should not, apologize for the same.

I have done B.Tech in Information Technology and working as a Software Engineer in India.

I would like to know if there is a One Year Classroom Course for "Mathematics for Computer Science" for some relevant course.

I found some link :- Link1

Is there some similar course in US? Say at MIT, Stanford or such Universities? What all Universities in UK provide such courses? One is Oxford as the above link says. Can I get some URL or Web link to have such information?

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The book Concrete Mathematics by Graham, Knuth and Patashnik came out of such a course at Stanford. –  Peter Taylor Jan 5 '12 at 8:41
    
@PeterTaylor Thank you –  user840077 Jan 5 '12 at 8:54
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Single full-year courses are rare; a quick perusal of the MIT OpenCourseWare offerings didn't yield a single one. But that shouldn't be a hindrance to what you're looking for.

So I decided to venture these three possibilities from MIT:

  1. Mathematics for Computer Science, a nice starter course in discrete mathematics for computer science;
  2. Automata, Computability, and Complexity, a nice undergrad course on these three core topics in computer science, and finally,
  3. Great Ideas in Theoretical Computer Science, a course which takes off into a lot of cool topics, mostly in theoretical computer science.

I couldn't resist adding this CMU course:

Computational Discrete Math, which has a lot of extra depth.

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