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

Program Requirements

Students must complete General Education requirements and World Languages and Cultures Requirements.

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

Mathematics Core
MATH 122Calculus I4
MATH 221Calculus II4
MATH 222Calculus III4
MATH 225Linear Algebra4
MATH 340Probability3
Mathematics Specialization
MATH 320Transitions to Advanced Mathematics3
MATH 425Advanced Calculus I3
MATH 431Foundations of Modern Algebra3
Mathematics Electives
Complete 15 semester hours from the list below.15
Collateral Requirements
PHYS 191University Physics I4
PHYS 192University Physics II4
CSIT 111Fundamentals of Programming I3
Graduate Courses
These courses will also count toward the graduate portion of this dual degree program.
MATH 521Real Variables I3
MATH 531Abstract Algebra I3
MATH 535Linear Algebra I3
MATH 540Probability3
Total Credits66
Major Electives
MATH 323Complex Variables3
MATH 325Ordinary Differential Equation4
MATH 360Mathematical Modeling in Biology3
MATH 364Operations Research I3
MATH 365Mathematics and Music3
MATH 368Fluid Mechanics3
MATH 369Mathematical Modeling3
MATH 370Mathematics for Teaching3
MATH 398Vector Calculus3
MATH 401Fundamentals of Pre-Service Mathematics1
MATH 421Partial Differential Equations3
MATH 426Advanced Calculus II3
MATH 433Theory of Numbers3
MATH 450Foundations of Geometry3
MATH 451Topology3
MATH 460Introduction to Applied Mathematics3
MATH 461General Relativity3
MATH 463Numerical Analysis3
MATH 465Operations Research II3
MATH 485Applied Combinatorics and Graph Theory3
MATH 487Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography3
MATH 490Honors Seminar3
MATH 491Research in Mathematics Education3
MATH 495Special Topics in Advanced Undergraduate Mathematics1-3
MATH 497Mathematics Research I1-3
MATH 498Mathematics Research II1-3