The BS is designed for students interested in continuing studies in math intensive fields after graduation. By completing the core, students will develop knowledge and skills in the major areas of mathematics (discrete and continuous, deterministic and probabilistic). By designing a concentration, students will explore in depth mathematics of their own choosing. The math faculty is committed to working with all students to ensure success by providing a supportive environment that stresses critical thinking, intellectual challenge, and complex problem solving.
Policy on prerequisites: A grade of C- or better is required for a course in mathematics to fulfill a prerequisite for another mathematics course. A student must receive the permission of the mathematics department to take a mathematics course that is a prerequisite for a mathematics course for which they have previously received credit.
|Mathematics B.S. Major Requirements||56|
|Integrative Core Curriculum Requirements 1||28-40|
An overall GPA of C (2.00) or above is required in mathematics courses that are being used to fulfill the minimum course requirements for the mathematics major. No more than one passing grade below C- in mathematics courses may be used.
|REQUIRED COURSES IN THE DEPARTMENT|
|MATH 11100||Calculus I||4|
|MATH 11200||Calculus II||4|
|MATH 18500||Math Experimentation||3|
|MATH 19100||World of Mathematics||1|
|MATH 21600||Statistical Analysis||3|
|or MATH 24600||Intermediate Statistics|
|MATH 23100||Linear Algebra||3|
|MATH 30300||Abstract Algebra||4|
|or MATH 30500||Introduction to Analysis|
|MATH 39700||Junior Seminar||1|
|MATH 49800||Capstone in Mathematics I||1|
|MATH 49900||Capstone in Mathematics II||2|
|MATH xxxxx||12 additional MATH credits at MATH 17000 or above 1||12|
|The concentration must be planned with the adviser and approved by the department by the end of the student's fourth semester. The concentration design must meet the following criteria:||18|
1) All courses must be at 300-level or above
2) At least 6 credits must be MATH courses
The following courses cannot be used to count toward the Mathematics elective requirement: MATH 18800-18899.