Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
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B.S. Mathematics
B.A. Mathematics
B.S. Computer Science
B.A. Computer Science
B.S. Actuarial Science
B.S. Mathematical Economics

B.S. in Mathematics

I. All majors must take the following courses.
MTH 1410 Calculus I
MTH 1420 Calculus II
MTH 2410 Calculus III
MTH 2210 Introduction to Mathematical Thought
MTH 2310 Linear Algebra
MTH 4110 Abstract Algebra
MTH 4310 Introduction to Real Analysis
CSC 1710 Introduction to Programming

II. Select one course from
MTH 3150 Probability
STS 3200 Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis
STS 3210 Linear Statistical Models

III. Select three MTH elective from 2000-level or higher.
MTH 3110 Mathematics of Finance
MTH 3150 Probability - If not used in section II.
MTH 3410 Diffential Equations
MTH 3510 Complex Variables
MTH 3610 Mathematics for Physics
MTH 3710 Geometry
MTH 3810 Combinatorics
MTH 3910 Numerical Methods
MTH 3960 Historical Development of Mathematics
MTH 4010 Number Theory
MTH 4210 Introduction to Topology

IV. In addition, all mathematics majors must take the following sequence of calculus based physics:
PHY 2010 and 2020

Note: If a student is obtaining teacher certification in mathematics, the student must select MTH 3710 Geometry, as one of their selections in elective courses.

Mathematics Minor

All minors must take the following courses.
I. Select one of the following
MTH 1310 Calculus for Business & Social Sciences
MTH 1410 Calculus I

II. Take the following
MTH 1420 Calculus II
MTH 2310 Linear Algebra

III. Minors must also select two elective mathematics courses at the 2000-4000 level.