Mathematics (B.S.) (2003)

Administered by: Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics

Effective Fall, 2003

Advisement should be considered before selecting general education courses in this major. A 9-semester-hours concentration in a special interest area within mathematics or in a related discipline; areas of concentration available upon request. In addition to general education courses and electives, these courses meet the university's 120-credit requirement for a bachelor of science degree:

Core Courses (all majors)

53.125 Calculus I

53.126 Calculus II

53.185 Discrete Mathematics

53.225 Calculus III

53.226 Calculus IV

53.241 Probability and Statistics

53.310 Introduction to Abstract Algebra

53.314 Linear Algebra

56.121 Computer Science I

54.211 General Physics I

54.212 General Physics II

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Required courses:

At least one 3-semester-hours computer science course numbered 56.122 or above.

At least three 3-semester-hours mathematics courses at the 300 level including at least one from the classical core consisting of:

53.322 Differential Equations
53.331 Modern Geometry
53.341 Statistical Methods
53.360 Number Theory
53.411 Introduction to Group Theory
53.421 Advanced Calculus
53.422 Complex Variables
53.451 Introduction to Topology

Courses 53.311 and 56.305 may not be counted as requirements for the major.