In addition to the requirements below for the B.S. in
Mathematics, students need to satisfy the general requirements for a bachelor’s degree.
To graduate with a B.S. in Mathematics,
students must complete 56 credits of required courses as follows:
- MATH 200 Mathematics and Infinity
- MATH 272 Discrete Mathematics
- MATH 281 Calculus 1
- MATH 282 Calculus 2
- MATH 283 Calculus 3
- MATH 286 Linear Algebra 1
- MATH 351 Probability
- MATH 423 Real Analysis 1
- MATH 431 Algebra 1
- MATH 490 Senior Project
Plus 8 credits of mathematics courses numbered 267 or higher
Plus 8 credits of electives chosen from the following:
In addition, in their final year, students in the Mathematics Track are required to
- any mathematics course numbered 267 or higher
- any physics course numbered 210 or higher
- any computer science course numbered 200 or higher
- MGT 314
- Note: Math courses numbered 299, 399, and 499 may or may not be used towards the above requirements, depending on the content.
- Take the Educational Testing Service Major Field Test in Mathematics and submit their results to the Department of Mathematics. This is usually done during the course MATH 490.