*The Bachelor of Arts Degree*

**Basic Requirements: **

1. The following courses are required of all mathematics majors.

MATH 221 | Calculus I | 4 credits |

MATH 222 | Calculus II | 4 credits |

MATH 223 | Calculus III | 4 credits |

MATH 233 | Linear Algebra I | 3 credits |

MATH 239 | Introduction to Mathematical Proof | 3 credits |

MATH 324 | Real Analysis I | 3 credits |

MATH 348 | Oral Presentation and Research Seminar | 1 credit * |

* Students pursuing Adolescent Certification may use INDT 302 in place of MATH 348. All students should consult with their advisors or the department chair for other options.

2. To ensure breadth, majors must take at least 3 of the following six options. All are offered at least once per academic year.

MATH 326 | Differential Equations | 3 credits |

MATH 330 | Abstract Algebra | 3 credits |

MATH 333 | Linear Algebra II | 3 credits |

MATH 345 | Numerical Analysis I | 3 credits |

MATH 371 | Introduction to Complex Analysis | 3 credits |

MATH 341 OR MATH 360 |
Probability and Applied Statistics Probability |
3 credits |

**Minimum Competence Requirement**

A grade of C- or better is required for ALL courses listed as Basic Requirements submitted

in fulfillment of the major in Mathematics. Students seeking certification in Adolescent

Education must obtain a minimum grade of C- in MATH 335 and MATH 360. Students

may not enroll in any course having prerequisites unless the minimum grade of C- has been

earned in the prerequisites or unless special permission has been granted in writing by the

Chair of the Mathematics Department. Prerequisite courses may not be taken after successful

completion of any subsequent course.

**Additional Requirements: **

3. Students can tailor their program to academic interests and career goals with elective choices. Students must take at least 2 *additional *300-level courses from the following list.

MATH 301 | Mathematical Logic | 3 credits |

MATH 302 | Set Theory | 3 credits |

MATH 315 | Combinatorics | 3 credits |

MATH 319 | Theory of Numbers | 3 credits |

MATH 325 | Real Analysis II | 3 credits |

MATH 326 | Differential Equations | 3 credits |

MATH 328 | Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 credits |

MATH 330 | Abstract Algebra | 3 credits |

MATH 332 | Linear Programming and Operations Research | 3 credits |

MATH 333 | Linear Algebra | 3 credits |

MATH 335 | Foundations of Geometry | 3 credits |

MATH 338 | Introduction to General Topology | 3 credits |

MATH 340 | Modeling Biological Systems | 3 credits |

MATH 341 | Probability and Applied Statistics | 3 credits |

MATH 345 | Numerical Analysis I | 3 credits |

MATH 346 | Numerical Analysis II | 3 credits |

MATH 350 | Vector Analysis | 3 credits |

MATH 360 | Probability and Statistics I | 3 credits |

MATH 361 | Probability and Statistics II | 3 credits |

MATH 371 | Introduction to Complex Analysis | 3 credits |

MATH 372 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 credits |

MATH 380 | Topics in Mathematics (subtitle) | 3 credits |

MATH 382 | Wavelets | 3 credits |

MATH 390 | History of Mathematics | 3 credits |

MATH 393 | Honors Thesis* | 3 credits |

MATH 399 | Directed Study | ** |

* By application for Honors in Mathematics to the Honors Committee

** Credits and elective status determined by consultation with the chair of department.

**4. **To ensure technological competence, each student must take one of the following courses in computer science.

CSCI 119 | Object Oriented Programming | 3 credits |

CSCI 120 | Procedural Programming | 3 credits |

Total Credits Required for the mathematics major: 39-40