### 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.