Mathematics Major (B.S.)(Combined B.S./M.S. Statistics)

A minimum of 120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA. However, more than 120 credits may be required depending upon the major field of study.

Students interested in this combined program should consult the Undergraduate Advisor after completing MATH 335 or STAT 330.

Program Requirements

Requirements for the graduate portion of this dual degree program can be found here.

Students must complete 42 credits of General Education requirements and 3-9 credits of World Languages and Cultures Requirements.

Mathematics Core
MATH 122Calculus I4
MATH 221Calculus II4
MATH 222Calculus III4
MATH 335Linear Algebra4
MATH 340Probability3
Mathematics Specialization
MATH 320Transitions to Advanced Mathematics3
MATH 425Advanced Calculus I3
MATH 431Foundations of Modern Algebra3
Mathematics Electives
STAT 330Fundamentals of Modern Statistics I3
Select 12 credits from the list (see below)12
Mathematics Collateral Requirement
CSIT 111Fundamentals of Programming I3
PHYS 191University Physics I4
PHYS 192University Physics II4
Graduate Required Courses
As part of the combined BS Math/MS Statistics program complete the following: 1
STAT 542Statistical Theory I3
STAT 544Statistical Computing3
STAT 552Intermediate Statistics Methods3
Total Credits63
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 These courses will also count towards the MS portion of this program.

Mathematics Electives

MATH 323Complex Variables3
MATH 368Fluid Mechanics3
MATH 398Vector Calculus3
MATH 420Ordinary Differential Equations4
MATH 421Partial Differential Equations3
MATH 426Advanced Calculus II3
MATH 433Theory of Numbers3
MATH 450Foundations of Geometry3
MATH 451Topology3
MATH 460Introduction to Applied Mathematics3
MATH 463Numerical Analysis3
MATH 464Operations Research I3
MATH 465Operations Research II3
MATH 466Mathematics of Finance I3
MATH 467Mathematics of Finance II3
MATH 469Mathematical Modeling3
MATH 485Applied Combinatorics and Graph Theory3
MATH 487Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography3
MATH 490Honors Seminar3
MATH 495Topics for Undergraduates1-3
MATH 497Mathematics Research I1-3
MATH 498Mathematics Research II1-3
STAT 441Statistical Computing3
STAT 442Fundamentals of Modern Statistics II3
STAT 443Introduction to Mathematical Statistics3
STAT 481Introduction to Statistical Data Mining3
STAT 487Statistical Genomics3
STAT 495Topics in Statistical Science1-3
STAT 497Undergraduate Research in Statistical Science1-3