The Bachelor of Science program in Mathematics is designed to prepare students to take positions in industry, to pursue graduate training, or to enter the teaching profession. It allows some flexibility in course work which necessitates close cooperation with a mathematics department advisor who should be selected early in the student’s career.
Program Admissions Requirements
There are no program admission requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics.
The listing below includes program requirements that also fulfill General Education requirements.
|Objective 3 - MATH 1170||4|
|Students must fulfill Objective 7 or Objective 8||3|
Objective 7 - CS 1181
|CS 1181||Computer Science and Programming I (Satisfies General Education Objective 7) 1||3|
|MATH 1170||Calculus I (Satisfies General Education Objective 3)||4|
|MATH 1175||Calculus II||4|
|MATH 2275||Calculus III||4|
|MATH 2240||Linear Algebra||3|
|MATH 3326||Elementary Analysis||3|
|Other Required Courses|
|MATH 2287||Foundations of Mathematics||3|
|MATH 3360||Differential Equations||3|
|MATH 4407||Modern Algebra I||3|
|MATH 4423||Introduction to Real Analysis I||3|
|Choose two of the following:||6|
|Elementary Number Theory|
|Introduction to Probability|
|Introduction to Complex Variables|
|Choose 9 credits of 4000-level coursework from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.||9|
|Program Admission Requirements||0|
|Major Requirements (Required General Education credits removed.)||41|
|Upper Division Free Electives||15|
Students may take both ME 1165 Structured Programming and ME 2266 Symbolic Programming instead of CS 1181.