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Math Course Major Requirements

Mathematics Major

(40 credits and senior examination) 
  • CSCI 110 Introduction to Computer Programming
  • MATH 132 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 2
  • MATH 203 Linear Algebra
  • MATH 233 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 3
  • MATH 250 Advanced Foundations of Mathematics
  • 1 of MATH 303, MATH 306, MATH 321, MATH 350, MATH 373, MATH 376
  • 1 of MATH 310, MATH 313, MATH 315, MATH 318, MATH 319
  • 3 of MATH 221 or MATH 300+ or CSCI 323
  • MATH 499 Senior Examination (0 credit)

Concentrations (optional)

If selected, a concentration replaces the

  • 1 of MATH 303, MATH 306, MATH 321, MATH 350, MATH 373, MATH 376
  • 1 of MATH 310, MATH 313, MATH 315, MATH 318, MATH 319
  • 3 of MATH 221 or MATH 300+ or CSCI 323

requirements from the Mathematics Major with the listed coursework

Theoretical Math Concentration (48 credits total)

  • MATH 303 Advanced Linear Algebra
  • MATH 306 Abstract Algebra
  • MATH 373 Real Analysis
  • MATH 376 Complex Analysis
  • 1 of MATH 310, MATH 313, MATH 315, MATH 318, MATH 319
  • 2 of MATH 221 or MATH 300+ or CSCI 323

Applied Math Concentration (48 credits total)

  • MATH 310 Differential Equations
  • MATH 313 Mathematical Modeling
  • MATH 315 Numerical Analysis
  • MATH 318 Methods of Applied Mathematics
  • MATH 303 Advanced Linear Algebra or MATH 376 Complex Analysis
  • 2 of MATH 221 or MATH 300+ or CSCI 323 or other approved cross-discipline course

Actuarial Math Concentration (56 credits total)

  • MATH 221 Statistics in the Sciences
  • MATH 319 Financial Mathematics
  • MATH 321 Probability and Statistics
  • 2 of MATH 300+ or CSCI 323
  • ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ACCT 205 Financial Accounting
  • ECON 325 Econometrics
  • BUAD 350 Corporate Finance
Mathematics Teaching Major for Secondary Education

(40 credits and senior examination)
  • CSCI 110 Introduction to Computer Programming
  • MATH 132 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 2
  • MATH 203 Linear Algebra
  • MATH 221 Statistics  in the Sciences (spring)
  • MATH 233 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 3 (fall)
  • MATH 250 Advanced Foundations of Mathematics
  • MATH 306 Abstract Algebra (fall)
  • MATH 350 Modern Geometry (spring, alternate years)
  • MATH 499 Senior Examination (0 credit) (spring)
  • Two MATH courses at the 300 level or above; CSCI 323 Theory of Computation will count for this requirement. 
In addition, the student must complete one of the following two-course pairings: 
  • MATH 203 Linear Algebra and MATH 303 Advanced Linear Algebra (fall, alternate years)
  • MATH 210 Ordinary Differential Equations (spring) and MATH 313 Mathematical Modeling (fall, alternate years)
  • MATH 221 Statistics in the Sciences (spring) and MATH 321 Probability and Statistics (spring, alternate years)
  • MATH 313 Mathematical Modeling and MATH 318 Methods of Applied Mathematics
  • MATH 373 Real Analysis (spring) and MATH 376 Complex Analysis(fall, alternate years)
  • MATH 373 Real Analysis (spring) and MATH 355 Topology
  • MATH 489 Special Topics and a second course designated by the instructor of MATH 489
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