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Degree Requirements

Mathematics Degree Requirements

 

The department offers four different degrees in mathematics:

  • The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics is designed to prepare students for graduate studies in mathematics
  • The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics is designed to provide flexibility in scheduling, especially for students wanting to pair their mathematics major with additional study of a discipline outside of the natural sciences
  • The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics (Teaching Emphasis) is designed to prepare students for a career in secondary mathematics education
  • The Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics is designed to provide flexibility in scheduling for those students wanting to pursue a second major within the School of Natural Sciences

Additionally, the department also collaborates with the Physics and Education programs to offer a Bachelor of Arts in Physics/Mathematics (Teaching Emphasis).

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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS

  • MATH 1073: Discrete Mathematics I
  • MATH 2014: Calculus I
  • MATH 2024: Calculus II
  • MATH 2343: Fundamentals of Mathematical Proof
  • MATH 3034: Calculus III
  • MATH 3053: Abstract Algebra I
  • MATH 3093: Linear Algebra
  • MATH 4023: Introduction to Real Analysis
  • MATH 4463: Mathematical Scholarship
  • One course chosen from:
    • MATH 4033: Further Studies in Real Analysis
    • MATH 4053: Abstract Algebra II
  • Three additional Junior/Senior hours in Mathematics
  • CSCI 1044: Programming I
  • One course chosen from:
    • CHEM 1004: General Chemistry I
    • PHYS 2054: University Physics I
  • The student must also complete a minor in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, or Physics.
 

 

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MATHEMATICS

  • MATH 1073: Discrete Mathematics I
  • MATH 2014: Calculus I
  • MATH 2024: Calculus II
  • MATH 2343: Fundamentals of Mathematical Proof
  • MATH 4463: Mathematical Scholarship
  • Two courses chosen from:
    • MATH 3003: Foundations of Geometry
    • MATH 3053: Abstract Algebra I
    • MATH 3093: Linear Algebra
    • MATH 4023: Introduction to Real Analysis
  • Nine additional hours in Mathematics, six of which must be Junior/Senior level.
  • CSCI 1044: Programming I

 


 

BACHELOR OF ARTS (TEACHING EMPHASIS) IN MATHEMATICS

  • MATH 1073: Discrete Mathematics I
  • MATH 2014: Calculus I
  • MATH 2024: Calculus II
  • MATH 2343: Fundamentals of Mathematical Proof
  • MATH 3003: Foundations of Geometry
  • MATH 3034: Calculus III
  • MATH 3053: Abstract Algebra I
  • MATH 3063: Probability and Statistics
  • MATH 3083: History of Mathematics
  • MATH 3093: Linear Algebra
  • MATH 4013: Methods in Secondary Mathematics
  • MATH 4883: Mathematics for Secondary Teachers
  • CSCI 1044: Programming I
  • One course chosen from:
    • CHEM 1004: General Chemistry I
    • PHYS 2054: University Physics I
  • The student must also complete a second major in Secondary Education.

 

 


 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

  • MATH 2014: Calculus I
  • MATH 2024: Calculus II
  • MATH 2343: Fundamentals of Mathematical Proof
  • MATH 3034: Calculus III
  • MATH 3093: Linear Algebra
  • MATH 4463: Mathematical Scholarship
  • One course chosen from:
    • MATH 3043: Differential Equations
    • MATH 3063: Probability and Statistics
  • One course chosen from:
    • MATH 3003: Foundations of Geometry
    • MATH 3053: Abstract Algebra I
    • MATH 4023: Introduction to Real Analysis
  • Six additional hours in Mathematics, three of which must be Junior/Senior level.
  • CSCI 1044: Programming I
  • The student must also complete a second major.

 

Computer Science Degree Requirements

 

The department offers two different degrees in computer science, the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Arts.

 


 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

  • CSCI 1044: Programming I
  • CSCI 1064: Programming II
  • CSCI 2103: Data Structures
  • CSCI 3093: Introduction to Computer Organization
  • CSCI 3463: Software Engineering
  • CSCI 4023: Programming Languages
  • CSCI 4043: Algorithm Design and Analysis
  • CSCI 4103: Senior Capstone
  • Nine additional hours in computer science
  • MATH 1073: Discrete Mathematics I
  • MATH 2014: Calculus I
  • MATH 2073: Discrete Mathematics II
  • MATH 3093: Linear Algebra
  • One course chosen from:
    • CHEM 1004: General Chemistry I
    • PHYS 2004: University Physics I
  • One course chosen from:
    • PHIL 4013: Christian Ethics
    • BUAD 4083: Business Ethics
  • The student must complete a minor in biology, chemistry, physics or mathematics.

 

 


 

BACHELOR OF ARTS

  • CSCI 1044: Programming I
  • CSCI 1064: Programming II
  • CSCI 2103: Data Structures
  • CSCI 3053: Computer Networks
  • CSCI 3463: Software Engineering
  • CSCI 4033: Database Management Systems
  • CSCI 4103: Senior Capstone
  • Nine additional hours in computer science, including at least three Junior-Senior hours.
  • MATH 1073: Discrete Mathematics I
  • MATH 2073: Discrete Mathematics II
  • One course chosen from:
    • PHIL 4013: Christian Ethics
    • BUAD 4083: Business Ethics
 

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