Link to College Core requirement.
In addition to meeting the standards and requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, degree candidates must complete the requirements listed below. All programs are worked out in consultation with a department adviser who may modify the program in view of the student’s background and objectives. All programs must be approved by the department.
|CSAS 1114||Intro to Program Design I||3|
|MATH 1501||Calculus I - Math - Phys Sci||4|
|MATH 1511||Calculus II - Math - Phys Sci||4|
|MATH 1611||Intro to Discrete Mathematics||3|
|MATH 2511||Calculus III - Math - Phys Sci||4|
|MATH 2711||Intro Probability - Statistics||4|
|MATH 2813||Linear Algebra||4|
|MATH 3626||Applied Matrix Techniques||3|
|MATH 3815||Abstract Algebra||4|
|MATH 3913||Junior Seminar||3|
|Select four elective courses at the 3000-level or higher such as but not limited to the following: *||12|
|History of Mathematics|
|Intro to Complex Analysis|
|Advanced Topics in Analysis|
|Adv Topic in Appl Prob - Stat|
|Advanced Topics in Algebra|
Students majoring in mathematical education should see their adviser for specific recommendations on elective courses. All students majoring in mathematics are strongly advised to take PHIL 1204 Symbolic Logic.
Note: To graduate with departmental honors in mathematics, besides specific course sequences, students must also complete: MATH 4912 Senior Project
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