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Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

 

A student wishing to earn a B.A. in Mathematics must complete the following:

  • General Education: Complete all General Education requirements
  • Complete two years in one foreign language or equivalent through placement
  • Complete a minor with a minimum of 2.0 GPA
  • Complete all Major and Related Coursework  with a 2.0 GPA in all major and related courses, a 2.0 GPA in all 3000 & 4000-level Math courses and at least 39 hours in the 3000 & 4000 level Mathematics courses.

 

Major and Related Courses:

  • CPSC 1100 - Fundamentals of Computer Science
  • ENGL 2820 - Scientific Writing
  • MATH 1950 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I*
  • MATH 1960 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
  • MATH 2200 - Elementary Linear Algebra
  • MATH 2450 - Introduction to Differential and Difference Equations
  • MATH 2560 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
  • MATH 3000 - Introduction to Logic and Proof
  • MATH 3250 - Introduction to Modern Algebra
  • MATH 3510 - Introduction to Analysis I

One course from:

  • MATH 3100 - Applied Statistics *
  • MATH 4110 - Mathematical Statistics *

Choose From:

  • PHYS 2300 - Principles of Physics - Mechanics and Heat * and
  • PHYS 2300L - Principles of Physics Laboratory-Mechanics and Heat *

or

  • PHYS 2310 - Principles of Physics - Electricity and Magnetism * and
  • PHYS 2310L - Principles of Physics Laboratory - Electricity and Magnetism *

One course from:

  • THSP 1090 - Public Speaking
  • THSP 2090 - Business and Professional Speech Communication

 

 

Five Additional Mathematics Courses at the 3000 or 4000 Level (excluding Math 3030) Including:

 At least one course from:

  • MATH 4100 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics
  • MATH 4310 - Operations Research (Linear)
  • MATH 4450 - Ordinary Differential Equations
  • MATH 4460 - Partial Differential Equations
  • MATH 4550 - Applied Analysis
  • MATH 4570 - Complex Analysis
  • MATH 4600 - Numerical Analysis I
  • MATH 4700 - Techniques of Applied Mathematics
  • MATH 4720 - Introduction to Graph Theory

At least one course from:

  • MATH 4050 - Introduction to Point Set Topology
  • MATH 4110 - Mathematical Statistics
  • MATH 4200 - Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory
  • MATH 4250 - Modern Algebra I
  • MATH 4270 - Number Theory
  • MATH 4320 - Operations Research (Non-Linear)
  • MATH 4510 - Introduction to Analysis II
  • MATH 4610 - Numerical Analysis II

 

* Also satisfies General Education Requirement

 

Suggested Plan of Study

For more information on Mathematics coursework, please consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

 



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