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  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Mathematical Sciences


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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)


Progress Requirements


To earn the bachelor’s degree in the mathematical sciences, students must complete all mathematics courses and all courses in their chosen minor or area of concentration required in the program of study with a grade of C or better. In order to complete the prerequisites for a mathematics course other than MATH 2200  or MATH 2008 , the prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. A grade of C or better is required in each course used toward a minor in Mathematics or Statistics.

Program of Study


General Requirements


Core Areas A, B, C, D.IIA, and E: 42 hours


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Mathematics majors are required to take MATH 1113  in core area A and MATH 1161  in core area D

Area F: 18 hours


Physical Education: 3 hours


First-Year Seminar: 1 hour


Complete major field and related area requirements for one of the following options:


Option 1: Mathematics


Related Field Courses: 18 hours


Six semester hours from either a single foreign language sequence or six semester hours from computer science courses with a prerequisite of at least CSCI 1301 .

Twelve semester hours chosen from courses in the College of Science and Technology or the College of Liberal Arts to complete the requirement of at least 39 semester hours of upper-division courses.

Electives: 14 hours


Option 2: Applied Mathematics


Related Field Courses: 18-27 hours


Complete the prescribed courses in one of the following concentration areas:


and, if needed, additional courses to complete the requirement of at least 39 semester hours of upper-division courses. These additional courses may be chosen from mathematics, the concentration area,ENGL 3720 , or HIST 3645 .

Minor in:


biology, chemistry, computer science, cyber security, information technology, economics, engineering studies, applied physics, physical sciences, psychology, mental health, or organizational psychology

Electives: 11-20 hours


Total Semester Hours: 124 hours


Exit Exam


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