
The Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science degrees in Mathematics require the following core courses: MTH 121 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 4 sh MTH 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4 sh MTH 231 Mathematical Reasoning 4 sh MTH 311 Linear Algebra 4 sh MTH 312 Abstract Algebra 4 sh MTH 321 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III 4 sh MTH 425 Analysis 4 sh MTH 361 Seminar I 2 sh MTH 461 Seminar II 2 sh TOTAL 32 sh A Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics requires the following courses: Core courses in Mathematics 32 sh One course selected from 4 sh MTH 331 Modern Geometry MTH 341 Probability and Statistics MTH 351 Theory of Computation MTH 415 Numerical Analysis MTH 421 Differential Equations MTH elective(s) at the 300400 level (excluding MTH 481) 4 sh CSC 130 Computational Programming 4 sh PHY 113 Physics with Calculus I 4 sh TOTAL 48 sh A Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics requires the following courses: Core courses in Mathematics 32 sh One course selected from 4 sh MTH 331 Modern Geometry MTH 341 Probability and Statistics MTH 351 Theory of Computation MTH 415 Numerical Analysis MTH 421 Differential Equations MTH elective(s) at the 300400 level (excluding MTH 481) 4 sh CSC 130 Computational Programming 4 sh One CSC course numbered above 130 4 sh PHY 113 Physics with Calculus I 4 sh PHY 114 Physics with Calculus II 4 sh TOTAL 56 sh Secondary Teaching Licensure in Mathematics Students planning to teach mathematics at the secondary level must complete a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree in mathematics and include MTH 331 and 341 among the mathematics requirements, in addition to the required professional education courses. (See professional education course requirements listed under Education.) A Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Mathematics: see requirements listed under Engineering. 
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