### Mathematics (B.S.)

Administered by: Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics

Effective Fall, 2008

Advisement should be considered before selecting general education courses in this major. In addition to general education courses and electives to meet, the university's 120-credit requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree the following courses are required:

#### Required Courses:

**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 or **53.421** Advanced Calculus

**53.314** Linear Algebra

**53.410** Mathematical Modeling

**54.211** General Physics I

**54.212** General Physics II

#### Select one Computer Science Sequence:

Option A1) **56.121** Object-Oriented Programming with Java

Option A2) **56.122** Graphical User Interfaces in Java or other 300 or higher 56 course (3 to 4 credits)

Option B1) **56.123** Visual Basic I (3)

Option B2) **56.223** Visual Basic II (3)

Mathematics Electives (6 credits **53.300** or above; including at least 1 course from the following list):

**53.322** Differential Equations

**53.331** Modern Geometry

**53.360** Number Theory

**53.421** Advanced Calculus

**53.422** Complex Variables

#### BS Concentration - minimum 9 credits from one of the following groups:

Applied Math (3 courses from **53.322**, 342, 343, 361, 381, 385, 461, 462, 471, or 472)

Computer Science (3 courses from **56.221** & higher)

Statistics (3 courses from **53.240**, 243, 342, 343, 441, 446, 461, 462)

Actuarial Science (3 courses from **53.343**, 381, 461, 462)

Grad School Prep (**53.310** and 421 are both required, one of which counts as a core course in the major. 2 courses from **53.360**, 385, 411, 422, 451)

Physics (3 courses from **54.300** & higher)

Courses **53.311** and **53.305** may not be counted as requirements for the major.