# Mathematics (BS)

General Education Requirements | 42 credits |

Major Requirements | 58-61 credits |

Electives | 17-20 credits |

Total Credits Required | 120 |

### Major Requirements

MTH 229 | Calculus Computer Laboratory(RLA) | 1 |

MTH 230 | Calculus I with Pre-Calculus(MQ)(STEM) | 6 |

MTH 232 | Calculus II(MQ)(STEM) | 3 |

MTH 233 | Calculus III(MQ) | 3 |

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MTH 229 | Calculus Computer Laboratory(RLA) | 1 |

MTH 231 | Analytic Geometry and Calculus I(MQ)(STEM) | 3 |

MTH 232 | Calculus II(MQ)(STEM) | 3 |

MTH 233 | Calculus III(MQ) | 3 |

MTH 214 | Applied Statistics Using Computers(MQ)(STEM) | 4 |

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CSC 126 | Introduction to Computer Science(SW)(STEM) | 4 |

OR | ||

CSC 270 | Introduction to Scientific Computing(SW)(STEM) | 4 |

MTH 301 | Introduction to Mathematical Proof(RLA) | 4 |

MTH 311 | Probability Theory and an Introduction to Mathematical Statistics(RLA) | 4 |

MTH 330 | Applied Mathematical Analysis I(RLA) | 4 |

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MTH 334 | Differential Equations(RLA) | 4 |

MTH 338 | Linear Algebra(RLA) | 4 |

MTH 339 | Abstract Algebra I(RLA) | 4 |

MTH 341 | Advanced Calculus I(RLA) | 4 |

Three additional MTH courses at or above the 300-level chosen with the approval of an advisor. | 12 |

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### A one-year science sequence chosen from the following list of courses:

#### Space Science I and II

AST 120 | Space Science I(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 4 |

AST 160 | Space Science II(SW)(STEM) | 4 |

#### General Biology I and II with Laboratories

BIO 170 | General Biology I(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

BIO 171 | General Biology I Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

BIO 180 | General Biology II(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

BIO 181 | General Biology II Laboratory(RLA) | 1 |

#### General Chemistry I and II with Laboratories

CHM 141 | General Chemistry I(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

CHM 121 | General Chemistry I Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

CHM 142 | General Chemistry II(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

CHM 127 | General Chemistry II Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

#### Physical and Historical Geology with Laboratories

GEO 115 | Fundamentals of Physical Geology(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

GEO 116 | Fundamentals of Physical Geology Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

GEO 102 | Earth Systems History(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

GEO 103 | Earth Systems History Lab(CO) | 1 |

#### Physical Geology and Meteorology and Climatology with Laboratories

GEO 115 | Fundamentals of Physical Geology(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

GEO 116 | Fundamentals of Physical Geology Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

ESC 110 | Meteorology and Climatology(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

ESC 111 | Meteorology and Climatology Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

#### General Physics I and II with Laboratories

PHY 120 | General Physics I(LP)(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

PHY 121 | General Physics I Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

PHY 160 | General Physics II(SW)(STEM) | 3 |

PHY 161 | General Physics II Laboratory(CO) | 1 |

Total Credit Hours: 58-61

Whenever possible all Mathematics majors are strongly advised to include in their curriculum a Computer Science course (CSC 126 or CSC 270) and MTH 214 (one of them as an elective).

**Minimum Grade Requirement**

A grade of C or above is required in MTH 230, MTH 231, and MTH 232. Students will be allowed to repeat courses, if necessary.

**Chemistry Advisory**

One-year of high school chemistry is required prior to entry into CHM 141 and CHM 121. If you have not completed one-year of high school chemistry you will be required to complete CHM 100 and CHM 101 prior to registering for CHM 141 and CHM 121.

**Mathematics Placement**

Depending on mathematics placement, some students may have to complete MTH 30, and/or MTH 35 and/or MTH 123, and/or MTH 130 prior to enrolling in MTH 230/229 or MTH 231/229.

Total Credit Hours: 120

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**Pure Mathematics Emphasis**

Students who wish to focus on theoretical aspects of mathematics are advised to include courses from Differential Equations, Real and Complex Analysis (MTH 331, MTH 342, MTH 431), Number Theory and Algebra (MTH 347, MTH 442), Geometry and Topology (MTH 329, MTH 441), or Logic and Foundations (MTH 350, MTH 440).

**Applied Mathematics Emphasis**

Students who wish to explore mathematical topics that have applications to other fields, including sciences, engineering, medicine, economics, or business, are advised to include courses that emphasize Mathematical Modeling such as Combinatorics/Graph Theory, Actuarial Mathematics, Operations Research and Mathematical Biology (MTH 337, MTH 360, MTH 370, MTH 415), Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems (MTH 331, MTH 435), Numerical Analysis (MTH 335), Mathematical Statistics (MTH 410, MTH 411), or Mathematics of Finance (MTH 416).

**Honors**

To graduate with honors in Mathematics a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average in Mathematics courses and must complete an honors thesis or project. The student must work closely with a Mathematics faculty member to define the project, carry out the research and investigation, and write the final report or prepare the final project. The student may receive credit through Independent Study for work on an honors project. The project must be accepted by the Honors Committee of the Department of Mathematics.