2014-15 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

The **Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics **requires the following core courses:

MTH 151 | Calculus I | 4 sh |

MTH 251 | Calculus II | 4 sh |

MTH 252 | Multivariable Calculus and Analytic Geometry | 4 sh |

## Total Core Courses | ## 12 sh |

Students must also complete one of the following **concentrations, in addition to the core courses:**

MTH 241 | Discrete Structures | 4 sh |

MTH 349 | Applied Matrix Theory | 4 sh |

Choose one course from the following:* 4 sh*

MTH 220/STS 212 | Statistics in Application | |

MTH 243 | Applied Mathematical Modeling | |

MTH 329/STS 341 | Probability and Statistics |

Plus:

A 300/400 level MTH course or course from an allied field, approved by the mathematics department:(excluding MTH 308 and MTH 309): *

MTH 359 | Differential Equations | 4 sh |

CSC 130 | Computer Science I | 4 sh |

A related experiential/capstone experience approved by the department: *2-4 sh*

MTH/STS 460 | Seminar I | |

MTH 481 | Internship in Mathematics | |

MTH 499 | Independent Research | |

## Total (including core courses) | ## 38-40 sh |

MTH 239 | Linear Algebra | 4 sh |

MTH 330 | Mathematical Reasoning | 4 sh |

MTH electives* May include one course approved by the mathematics department from an allied field. At least 4 hours need to be from MTH course(s) at the 400 level. Excludes MTH 110, MTH 208, MTH 209, MTH 308 and MTH 309 | 12 sh |

A related course from outside of the mathematics department approved by the mathematics department.* *4 sh*

Approved courses include:

CSC 130 | Computer Science I |

PHY 201 | General Physics I |

PHY 221 | University Physics |

A related experiential/capstone experience approved by the department: *2-4 sh*

MTH/STS 460 | Seminar I | |

MTH 481 | Internship in Mathematics | |

MTH 499 | Independent Research | |

## Total (including core courses) | ## 38-40 sh |

*The electives and the related course from outside of mathematics are expected to form a cohesive plan and must be approved by the mathematics department.

MTH/STS 212 | Statistics in Application | 4 sh |

MTH 239 | Linear Algebra | 4 sh |

MTH 308 | Mathematics for Middle Grades & Secondary Teachers | 4 sh |

MTH 309 | 21st Century Technology in Mathematics | 1 sh |

MTH 329/STS 341 | Probability and Statistics | 4 sh |

MTH 335 | Modern Geometry | 4 sh |

MTH 330 | Mathematical Reasoning | 4 sh |

MTH 430 | Abstract Algebra | 4 sh |

Choose one course from the following: - CSC 130 Computer Science I
- PHY 201 General Physics I
- PHY 221 University Physics I
| 4 sh | |

Set of professional courses | 40 sh | |

## Total (including core courses) | ## 85 sh |

A student completing a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with the teacher licensure concentration can earn a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with teacher licensure by successfully completing MTH 455, MTH 460 and MTH 461.

A **Bachelor of Science in Mathematics** requires the following courses:

MTH 151 | Calculus I | 4 sh |

MTH 239 | Linear Algebra | 4 sh |

MTH 251 | Calculus II | 4 sh |

MTH 252 | Multivariable Calculus and Analytic Geometry | 4 sh |

MTH 330 | Mathematical Reasoning | 4 sh |

MTH 430 | Abstract Algebra | 4 sh |

MTH 455 | Analysis | 4 sh |

MTH/STS 460 | Seminar I | 2 sh |

MTH/STS 461 | Seminar II | 2 sh |

One course selected from: *4 sh*

MTH 335 | Modern Geometry | |

MTH 329/STS 341 | Probability and Statistics | |

MTH 326 | Theory of Computation | |

MTH 359 | Differential Equations | |

MTH 445 | Numerical Analysis |

MTH elective(s) at the 300-400 level (excluding MTH 308, MTH 309 and MTH 481) * ** **4 *sh * *

**Plus**

| 4 sh | ||

One CSC course numbered 200 or above | 4 sh | ||

PHY 221 University Physics I | 4 sh | ||

PHY 222 University Physics II | 4 sh | ||

Total | ## 56 sh |

A **Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics** requires the following courses:

MTH 151 | Calculus I | 4 sh |

MTH 251 | Calculus II | 4 sh |

MTH 252 | Multivariable Calculus and Analytic Geometry | 4 sh |

MTH 241 | Discrete Structures | 4 sh |

MTH 243 | Applied Mathematical Modeling | 4 sh |

MTH 359 | Differential Equations | 4 sh |

MTH 445 | Numerical Analysis | 4 sh |

One course selected from:* 4 sh*

MTH 220/STS 212 | Statistics in Application |

MTH 329/STS 341 | Probability and Statistics |

One course selected from: 4 sh

MTH 239 | Linear Algebra |

MTH 349 | Applied Matrix Theory |

Two 300/400 MTH classes (excluding MTH 308 and 309), or a sequence of two courses from an allied field approved by the mathematics department:* *8 sh*

CSC 130 | Computer Science I | 4 sh |

One CSC course numbered 200 or above | 4 sh |

A related experiential/capstone experience approved by the department: *4 sh*

MTH /STS 460/461 | Seminar I/II | |

MTH 481 | Internship in Mathematics | |

MTH 499 | Independent Research | |

## Total | ## 56 sh |

This page was updated June 30, 2014.