The primary goal of the mathematics program is to prepare students for the lifelong
study and use of mathematics. The B.S. in Mathematics is a general mathematics degree
program and is aimed at those who are seeking general employment following graduation
and those interested in graduate study in mathematics.
The program requirements include:
 One course selected from:
CSIT 121 Computer Science I MATH 125 Software for Mathematics
 MATH 122 University Calculus I
 MATH 123 University Calculus II
 MATH 210 Mathematical Structures and Proof
 MATH 223 University Calculus III
 MATH 224 Differential Equations
 MATH 231 Linear Algebra
 MATH 323 Intermediate Real Analysis
 MATH 331 Abstract Algebra I
 MATH 405 Senior Seminar
 One course selected from:
MATH 332 Abstract Algebra II MATH 420 Advanced Calculus
 STAT 350
 Two additional courses in mathematics or statistics numbered 311 or above
 One of the following science courses with laboratory:
CHEM 115 and CHEM 125 General Chemistry I with Lab PHYS 230 and PHYS 232 University Physics I with Lab
Note: Mathematics majors in the Cooperative Engineering Program may substitute PHYS
425 for MATH 420.
Students in the B.S. in Mathematics program are encouraged to complete additional
coursework (a minor, for example) in a discipline that uses mathematics.
B.S. in Mathematics: List of Required Courses and Advising Checklist
