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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The B.S. in Mathematics is designed to prepare the graduate for a career in a field that employs professionals with mathematical and/or computer science competence.

At the same time, it provides for the student to add courses that will prepare him/her to pursue a graduate degree in either mathematics or computer science.

The Bachelor’s program consists of 120 credit hours. In addition to general education courses, the following courses comprise the core curriculum:

Core Curriculum Credits
Total Program Credit Hours 120

Area F: Lower Division Major Requirements (6 courses)

CSCI 1301 Computer Science I or CSCI 1371 Computing for Engineers 3
MATH 1501 Calculus I 3
MATH 2140 Introductory Linear Algebra 3
CMATH 2502 Calculus II ** 3
** One hour of carry-over if MATH 2502 was taken in Area D2, otherwise must take 4 hours to satisfy this requirement
MATH 2503 Calculus III 3

Elective Select a minimum number of hours for a total of 18 hours in Area F:

CHEM 1211 and CHEM 1211L, CHEM 1212 and CHEM 1212L, CSCI 1302, MATH 1231, MATH 2020, PHYS 2211 and PHYS 2211L, PHYS 2212 and PHYS 2212L
Additional Elective if total of 18 hours in Area F is not satisfied CHEM 1211 and CHEM 1211L, CHEM 1212 and CHEM 1212L, CSCI 1302, MATH 1231, MATH 2020, PHYS 2211 and PHYS 2211L, PHYS 2212 and PHYS 2212L

Upper Division Major Requirements (5 courses)

MATH 3005 Transition to Higher Mathematics 3
MATH 3006 Communications in Mathematics 1
MATH 3110 Survey of Algebra 3
MATH 3303 Ordinary Differential Equations 3
MATH 3520 Introduction to Analysis 3
MATH 4988 Directed Undergraduate Research 3
MATH 4989 Senior Capstone Project 3

Upper Division Math Electives (4 courses) Select at least three courses from the list below:

MATH 3220 Applied Statistics 3
MATH 4231 Modern Geometry 3
MATH 4250 Elementary Number Theory 3
MATH 4261 Introduction to Probability 3
MATH 4303 Partial Differential Equations 3
MATH 4320 Numerical Methods 3
MATH 4350 Graph Theory 3
MATH 4360 Combinatorics 3
Select one additional course from the list above or MATH 3003 Applied Mathematical Modeling or MATH 4800 Special Topics in Mathematics 3

Electives (11 courses)

At least 12 hours must be 3000 or above to complete the graduation requirement for upper division credits. Courses that will not be counted toward the degree are MATH 1101, MATH 1111, MATH 1241, MATH 2010, MATH 3020, MATH 3030, MATH 4010 and MATH 4020.

Other Requirements: Students must also complete one of the following:

  1. Complete a second science sequence for science majors and one 2000 level or above science course, excluding BIOL 2250 and BIOL 2250L
  2. An approved minor other than Mathematics.

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Application Deadlines

Students are accepted into the program three times a year in the Fall, Spring and Summer terms.


July 15


November 15


April 15

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