Mathematics, B.S.

Major Requirements

 

Calculus

MT 135CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I

4

or

MT 133CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY IA

3

and

MT 134CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY IB

3

 

MT 136CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II

4

MT 233CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III

4

Foundations for Applied Mathematics

DATA 122ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

3

or

DATA 228STATISTICS FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

3

 

MT 224BASIC PROBABILITY

1

MT 234INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

3

MT 242INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA

3

 

CS 128INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

3

CS 128LINTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY

1

or

DATA 150DATABASE SYSTEMS

3

Alternatives for DATA 122 are: DATA 228, EC 210, or PO 105.

Fundamentals of Pure Mathematics

MT 301METHODS IN PURE MATHEMATICS

3

MT 431INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS

3

MT 441INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT ALGEBRA

3

Mathematics Capstone

MT 469HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS

3

or

MT 491SENIOR SEMINAR IN MATHEMATICS

3

Electives

Three MT courses (minimum of 9 credits) at or above the 300 level.

Note: MT 469 may be used as an elective or as a capstone, but not both.

 

Comprehensive Examination

Students must pass a comprehensive exam in their final semester.

Total Credit Hours: 46-49