# Math Course Major Requirements

Mathematics Major(10 courses = 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
- MATH 306 Abstract Algebra
MATH 373 Real Analysis**or** - MATH 499 Senior Examination (0 credit)
- One MATH elective numberede 200 or above, but
**not**MATH 212**nor**MATH 220 - Three MATH electives numbered 300 or above; CSCI 323 Theory of Computation shall 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 - MATH 221 Statistics
**and**MATH 321 Probability and Statistics - MATH 373 Real Analysis
**and**MATH 376 Complex Analysis - MATH 373 Real Analysis
**and**MATH 355 Topology - MATH 210 Ordinary Differential Equations
**and**MATH 313 Math Modeling - MATH 489 Special Topics
**and**a second course designated by the instructor of MATH 489

(10 courses = 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
- MATH 233 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 3
- MATH 250 Advanced Foundations of Mathematics
- MATH 306 Abstract Algebra
- MATH 350 Modern Geometry
- MATH 499 Senior Examination (0 credit)
- Two MATH courses numbered 300 or above; CSCI 323 Theory of Computation shall 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 - MATH 221 Statistics
**and**MATH 321 Probability and Statistics - MATH 373 Real Analysis
**and**MATH 376 Complex Analysis - MATH 373 Real Analysis
**and**MATH 355 Topology - MATH 210 Ordinary Differential Equations
**and**MATH 313 Math Modeling - MATH 489 Special Topics
**and**a second course designated by the instructor of MATH 489

**Faculty Highlight**

Fluid mechanics figures in countless phenomena, from lung function to lake sedimentation.

**Terry Jo Leiterman (Mathematics)**investigates both and brings fluid mechanics theory to life in a new lab on campus. The experiments she and her students perform there will contribute to scholarly understanding of the interplay between lake ecosystems and climate change. Their research could prove valuable to those exploring how changing carbon cycles influence climate.