# Mathematics B.S.

**Objectives**

The mathematics program offers the student an opportunity to gain an appreciation of the artistic nature of mathematics, to solve problems analytically, to acquire a firm foundation for advanced study, to acquire training for teaching, and an opportunity to acquire knowledge useful to a person entering scientific or business fields for which mathematics is necessary for efficient performance. The mathematics curriculum is designed to accomplish the above objectives through exposure to specific mathematical content, development of logical reasoning, and encouragement of the creative process and independent research. The degree program is flexible so that an individual can best prepare for his or her specific career. Students are encouraged to choose supporting work and electives which apply and reinforce their mathematical skills.

**High School Preparation**

Students desiring to major in mathematics should have completed four years of mathematics in high school, including pre-calculus and at least three years of science in high school. Students who have not completed this preparation may have additional prerequisite courses as part of their curriculum. Contact the chair of the Department of Mathematics for information and advisement.

## Degree Requirements

**Total Semester Credit Hours=120**

### University Core Curriculum (42 hrs.)

### Grade of “C” or better in all mathematics courses completed.

### A total of 51 semester hours of mathematics completed, including 42 semester hours of upper-division mathematics, nine semester hours of mathematics at this university.

#### Each student seeking a baccalaureate degree with a major in mathematics must complete the following specific requirements (42 hours)

MATH 2413 | Calculus I [TCCN: MATH 2413] | |

MATH 2113 | Calculus I Computer Lab | |

MATH 2414 | Calculus II [TCCN: MATH 2414] | |

MATH 2114 | Calculus II Computer Lab | |

MATH 3404 | Multivariate Calculus | |

MATH 3104 | Multivariate Calculus Computer Lab | |

MATH 3305 | Ordinary Differential Equations | |

MATH 3315 | Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory | |

MATH 3425 | Foundations of Mathematics | |

MATH 3336 | Abstract Algebra I | |

MATH 3345 | Real Analysis I | |

MATH 3373 | Applied Mathematics I | |

MATH 3380 | Algorithms in Applied Mathematics | |

MATH 4160 | Senior Seminar I | |

MATH 4161 | Senior Seminar II | |

MATH 4350 | Theory of Probability |

#### One course chosen from the following (3 hours)

MATH 4336 | Abstract Algebra II | |

MATH 4341 | Real Analysis II | |

MATH 4342 | Introduction to Complex Variables |

#### One course chosen from the following (3 hours)

MATH 4351 | Applied Statistics | |

MATH 4373 | Applied Mathematics II | |

MATH 4380 | Modeling and Numerical Analysis |

#### One additional upper division mathematics course (3 hours)

Students seeking teacher certification (8-12) must complete MATH 3365: Geometric Systems

All other students may take any upper-division mathematics course except MATH 3203 and MATH 3351.