Requirements

Majors may earn either a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree through the Mathematics department.

Bachelor of Arts: Major in Mathematics—MATH (38–42 hours)

All of the following:

  • MATH 131-132 Calculus I, II 8 hours; or MATH 133 Theory and Application of Calculus 4 hours 
  • MATH 225 Foundations of Higher Mathematics 3 hours 
  • MATH 231 Calculus III 4 hours 
  • MATH 326 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations 4 hours 
  • MATH 496 Pro-Seminar 2 hours 
  • CPSC 207 Computer Programming 3 hours

Two full-year sequences (one of which must be either Analysis or Algebra):

  • MATH 335-336 Differential Equations II & Numerical Analysis 6 hours 
  • MATH 341-342 Analysis I, II 6 hours 
  • MATH 345-346 Probability, Statistics 6 hours 
  • MATH 353-354 Abstract Algebra I, II 6 hours

Six additional hours at the 300-400 level (above 302):

  • CPSC 315 Simulation: Theory and Application 3 hours;  or CPSC 328 Data Structures 3 hours 
  • MATH 335 Differential Equations II 3 hours 
  • MATH 336 Numerical Analysis 3 hours 
  • MATH 339 Discrete Mathematics 3 hours 
  • MATH 341 Analysis I 3 hours 
  • MATH 342 Analysis II 3 hours 
  • MATH 345 Probability 3 hours 
  • MATH 346 Statistics 3 hours 
  • MATH 353 Abstract Algebra I 3 hours 
  • MATH 354 Abstract Algebra II 3 hours 
  • MATH 361 Geometry 3 hours 
  • MATH 362 Topology 3 hours 
  • MATH 372 Stochastic Models 3 hours 
  • MATH 381 Mathematical Modeling 3 hours 
  • MATH 438 Mathematical Programming 3 hours
  • MATH 490 Special Topics 1–3 hours 
  • MATH 497 Independent Study 1–3 hours

Bachelor of Science: Major in Mathematics —MATH (60 hours)

All of the following:

  • MATH 131-132 Calculus I, II 8 hours; or MATH 133 Theory and Application of Calculus 4 hours 
  • MATH 225 Foundations of Higher Mathematics 3 hours 
  • MATH 231 Calculus III 4 hours 
  • MATH 326 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations 4 hours 
  • MATH 496 Pro-Seminar 2 hours 
  • CPSC 207 Computer Programming 3 hours

Two full-year sequences (one of which must be either Analysis or Algebra):

  • MATH 335-336 Differential Equations II & Numerical Analysis 6 hours 
  • MATH 341-342 Analysis I, II 6 hours 
  • MATH 345-346 Probability, Statistics 6 hours 
  • MATH 353-354 Abstract Algebra I, II 6 hours

Six additional hours at the 300-400 level (above 302):

  • CPSC 315 Simulation: Theory and Application 3 hours;  or CPSC 328 Data Structures 3 hours 
  • MATH 335 Differential Equations II 3 hours 
  • MATH 336 Numerical Analysis 3 hours 
  • MATH 339 Discrete Mathematics 3 hours 
  • MATH 341 Analysis I 3 hours 
  • MATH 342 Analysis II 3 hours 
  • MATH 345 Probability 3 hours 
  • MATH 346 Statistics 3 hours 
  • MATH 353 Abstract Algebra I 3 hours 
  • MATH 354 Abstract Algebra II 3 hours 
  • MATH 361 Geometry 3 hours 
  • MATH 362 Topology 3 hours 
  • MATH 372 Stochastic Models 3 hours 
  • MATH 381 Mathematical Modeling 3 hours 
  • MATH 438 Mathematical Programming 3 hours
  • MATH 490 Special Topics 1–3 hours 
  • MATH 497 Independent Study 1–3 hours

At least 15 hours of science other than mathematics or computer science including one of the following full-year sequences: 

  • BIO 153-154 Foundations of Biology I, II 8 hours
  • CHEM 121, 122 Principles of Chemistry I, II 8 hours
  • PHYS 121, 122 General Physics I, II 8 hours