# Mathematics (BA/BS)

The field of mathematics sits midway between the sciences and the humanities. Like the sciences, mathematical thought is very analytical, precise, and rigorous. But like the arts and humanities, mathematics is about exploring places of incredible grace and beauty, some of which can only be accessed through the power of imagination. You can explore geometry in ten-dimensional space, learn about advanced and exotic number systems, and study statistical techniques for finding patterns in data sets, all in a supportive and collaborative environment.

Students majoring in mathematics can choose a track from three areas: applied mathematics, pure mathematics, and secondary teaching. Applied mathematics studies physical, biological, and sociological aspects; pure mathematics focuses on the development of mathematical principles for their own sake; and secondary teaching prepares students to teach math. Regardless of your focus, the mathematics major will teach you the art of disciplined and logical thought, skills that are very valuable to future employers. A mathematics degree prepares you for work in fields like engineering, computer programming, information technology, financial planning, data management, business, and education.

## Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

- Demonstrate proficiency with the calculational techniques and applications of calculus, including the ability to show that limits and derivatives do or do not exist.
- Demonstrate a familiarity with the breadth of mathematics, including linear algebra and at least one area from modern algebra, basic analysis, and number theory.
- Read and write mathematical proofs, producing arguments that are logically and syntactically correct.
- Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of some area of mathematics.
- For students on the secondary education track only: Pass the licensure examination in mathematics.

The department offers undergraduate preparation for positions in government, business, and industry and for graduate work in mathematics and statistics. Each student’s major program is individually constructed in consultation with an advisor.

Upper-division courses used to satisfy major requirements must be taken for letter grades, and only one D grade (D+ or D or D–) may be counted toward the upper-division requirement. At least 12 credits in upper-division mathematics courses must be taken in residence at the university.

Statistical Methods I (MATH 425) cannot be used to satisfy requirements for a mathematics major or minor.

To qualify for a bachelor’s degree with a major in mathematics, a student must satisfy the requirements for one of three options: the standard track, pure mathematics, or secondary teaching. In each option, most courses require calculus as a prerequisite, and in each option some of the courses require satisfying the bridge requirement.

### Mathematics Major - Standard Track

Code | Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH 281–282 | Several-Variable Calculus I-II | 8 |

MATH 341–342 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 8 |

CS 122 | Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving | 4 |

Select one of the following sets of Bridge courses: | 12 | |

Select one of the following Fundamentals sequences: | 8 | |

Fundamentals of Analysis I-II | ||

Fundamentals of Number Theory I-II | ||

Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I-II | ||

Select four of the following, including at least one two-term sequence: ^{2} | 16 | |

Fundamentals of Analysis I | ||

Fundamentals of Analysis II | ||

Theory of Differential Equations | ||

Statistical Models and Methods ^{3, 4} | ||

Probability and Statistics for Data Science ^{3, 4} | ||

Probability and Statistics for Data Science ^{3, 4} | ||

Fundamentals of Number Theory I | ||

Fundamentals of Number Theory II | ||

Elementary Numerical Analysis I | ||

Elementary Numerical Analysis II | ||

Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I | ||

Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra II | ||

Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint I | ||

Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint II | ||

History and Applications of Calculus | ||

Functions of a Complex Variable I | ||

Functions of a Complex Variable II | ||

Introduction to Analysis I | ||

Introduction to Analysis II | ||

Introduction to Analysis III | ||

Partial Differential Equations: Fourier Analysis I | ||

Partial Differential Equations: Fourier Analysis II | ||

Introduction to Topology I | ||

Introduction to Topology II | ||

Introduction to Differential Geometry | ||

Linear Algebra | ||

Introduction to Abstract Algebra I | ||

Introduction to Abstract Algebra II | ||

Introduction to Abstract Algebra III | ||

Networks and Combinatorics | ||

Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography | ||

Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics I | ||

Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics II ^{3, 4} | ||

Mathematical Methods of Regression Analysis and Analysis of Variance | ||

Stochastic Processes | ||

Total Credits | 60 |

^{1} | For students who have completed Calculus with Theory I-III (MATH 261–263) with a grade of mid-C or better, the department will waive the requirement for Fundamentals of Analysis I-II (MATH 316–317). |

^{2} | Sequences include Fundamentals of Analysis I-II (MATH 316–317), Fundamentals of Number Theory I-II (MATH 347–348), Elementary Numerical Analysis I-II (MATH 351–352), Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I-II (MATH 391–392), Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint I-II (MATH 394–395), Functions of a Complex Variable I-II (MATH 411–412), Partial Differential Equations: Fourier Analysis I (MATH 421M) - Partial Differential Equations: Fourier Analysis II (MATH 422), Introduction to Analysis I-III (MATH 413–415), Introduction to Topology (MATH 431–432), Introduction to Abstract Algebra I-III (MATH 444–446), Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics I-II (MATH 461–462), Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics I (MATH 461) - Stochastic Processes (MATH 467); credit for these courses cannot count for both the two-term Fundamentals sequence and the four upper-division electives. |

^{3} | After completing Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics II (MATH 462), students cannot receive credit for: Statistical Models and Methods (MATH 343), Probability and Statistics for Data Science (MATH 345M), nor Probability and Statistics for Data Science (DSCI 345M). |

^{4} | Students can only use one of the following toward the two-course upper-division requirement: Statistical Models and Methods (MATH 343), Probability and Statistics for Data Science (MATH 345M), Probability and Statistics for Data Science (DSCI 345M), and Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics II (MATH 462). |

### Mathematics Major - Pure Mathematics

Code | Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH 281–282 | Several-Variable Calculus I-II | 8 |

MATH 316–317 | Fundamentals of Analysis I-II ^{1} | 8 |

MATH 341–342 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 8 |

CS 122 | Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving | 4 |

Select one of the following sets of Bridge courses: | 12 | |

Elements of Discrete Mathematics I-II (and two from MATH 201–206) | ||

Calculus with Theory I-II (and two from MATH 201–206) | ||

Introduction to Proof (and four from MATH 201–206) | ||

Select one of the following Abstract Algebra sequences: | 8 | |

Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I-II | ||

Introduction to Abstract Algebra I-II | ||

Select two of the following: ^{2} | 8 | |

Theory of Differential Equations | ||

Statistical Models and Methods ^{3} | ||

Probability and Statistics for Data Science ^{3, 4} | ||

Probability and Statistics for Data Science ^{3, 4} | ||

Fundamentals of Number Theory I | ||

Fundamentals of Number Theory II | ||

Elementary Numerical Analysis I | ||

Elementary Numerical Analysis II | ||

Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I | ||

Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra II | ||

Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint I | ||

Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint II | ||

History and Applications of Calculus | ||

Functions of a Complex Variable I | ||

Functions of a Complex Variable II | ||

Introduction to Analysis I | ||

Introduction to Analysis II | ||

Introduction to Analysis III | ||

Partial Differential Equations: Fourier Analysis I | ||

Partial Differential Equations: Fourier Analysis II | ||

Introduction to Topology I | ||

Introduction to Topology II | ||

Introduction to Differential Geometry | ||

Linear Algebra | ||

Introduction to Abstract Algebra I | ||

Introduction to Abstract Algebra II | ||

Introduction to Abstract Algebra III | ||

Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics I | ||

Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics II ^{3} | ||

Mathematical Methods of Regression Analysis and Analysis of Variance | ||

Stochastic Processes | ||

Total Credits | 60 |

^{1} | For students who have completed Calculus with Theory I-III (MATH 261–263) with grades of mid-C or better, the department will waive the requirement for Fundamentals of Analysis I-II (MATH 316–317). |

^{2} | The two-term abstract algebra sequence—Introduction to Abstract Algebra I (MATH 444), Introduction to Abstract Algebra II (MATH 445)—cannot also count toward the two upper-division electives. |

^{3} | Students can only use one of the following toward the two-course upper-division requirement: Statistical Models and Methods (MATH 343), Probability and Statistics for Data Science (MATH 345M), Probability and Statistics for Data Science (DSCI 345M), and Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics II (MATH 462). |

^{4} | After completing Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics II (MATH 462), students cannot receive credit for: Statistical Models and Methods (MATH 343), Probability and Statistics for Data Science (MATH 345M), nor Probability and Statistics for Data Science (DSCI 345M). |

### Mathematics Major - Secondary Teaching

Code | Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH 281 | Several-Variable Calculus I | 4 |

MATH 341 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 |

MATH 343 | Statistical Models and Methods | 4 |

CS 122 | Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving | 4 |

Select one of the following sets of Bridge courses: | 12 | |

Elements of Discrete Mathematics I-II (and two from MATH 201–206) | ||

Calculus with Theory I-II (and two from MATH 201–206) | ||

Introduction to Proof (and from from MATH 201–206) | ||

Select two of the following Fundamentals sequences: ^{1} | 16 | |

Fundamentals of Analysis I-II | ||

Fundamentals of Number Theory I-II | ||

Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I-II | ||

MATH 394–395 | Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint I-II | 8 |

MATH 397 | History and Applications of Calculus | 4 |

Total Credits | 60 |

^{1} | For students who have completed Calculus with Theory I-III (MATH 261–263) with grades of mid-C or better, the department will waive the requirement for Fundamentals of Analysis I-II (MATH 316–317). |

## Four-Year Degree Plan

*The degree plan shown is only a sample of how students may complete their degrees in four years. There are alternative ways. Students should consult their advisor to determine the best path for them.*

*To enroll with courses that have prerequisites, students must complete the prerequisite course with grades of C– or better or P. All upper-division mathematics courses must be taken for letter grades to count toward a mathematics major or minor, and only one D grade (D+ or D or D–) may be counted toward the upper-division requirements for the major or minor.*

### Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics: Standard Track

First Year | |||
---|---|---|---|

Fall | Milestones | Credits | |

MATH 203 | Analysis and Number Theory Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 251 | Calculus I | 4 | |

WR 121Z | Composition I | 4 | |

First term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Credits | 15 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 252 | Calculus II | 4 | |

WR 122Z or WR 123 |
Composition II or College Composition III |
4 | |

MATH 201 | Algebra Math Lab | 2 | |

Second term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Credits | 15 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 | |

Third term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Social science area-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group area-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 17 | ||

Second Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 281 | Several-Variable Calculus I | 4 | |

MATH 341 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Arts and letters area-satisfying course | 4 | ||

First term of second-year second-language sequence | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 282 | Several-Variable Calculus II | 4 | |

MATH 342 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Second term of second-year second-language sequence | 4 | ||

Social science area-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 202 | Geometry Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 205 | Foundations Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 307 | Introduction to Proof | Mathematics major bridge requirement completed | 4 |

Third term of second-year second-language sequence | BA language requirement completed | 4 | |

Science area-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Third Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 316 | Fundamentals of Analysis I | 4 | |

Arts and letters group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | Science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Upper-division Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 317 | Fundamentals of Analysis II | Mathematics major fundamentals requirement completed | 4 |

Social science group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Arts and letters group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 458 | Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography | 4 | |

CS 122 | Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving | 4 | |

Social science area satisfying course | Social science area requirement completed | 4 | |

Arts and letters area satisfying course | Arts and letters area requirement completed | 4 | |

Credits | 16 | ||

Fourth Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 461 | Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics I | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | Completed the multicultural requirement | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 462 | Introduction to Mathematical Methods of Statistics II | Upper-division mathematics sequence completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | Need 26 upper-division credits beyond the mathematics major | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 397 | History and Applications of Calculus | Mathematics major requirements completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 180 credits completed | 4 | |

Credits | 16 | ||

Total Credits | 183 |

### Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Standard Track

First Year | |||
---|---|---|---|

Fall | Milestones | Credits | |

MATH 251 | Calculus I | BS mathematics requirement completed; | 4 |

WR 121Z | Composition I | 4 | |

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

WR 122Z or WR 123 |
Composition II or College Composition III |
4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

MATH 201 | Algebra Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 206 | Combinatorics Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 252 | Calculus II | 4 | |

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Second Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 202 | Geometry Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 205 | Foundations Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 281 | Several-Variable Calculus I | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 282 | Several-Variable Calculus II | 4 | |

MATH 341 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Elective | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 307 | Introduction to Proof | Mathematics major bridge requirement completed | 4 |

MATH 342 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | Arts and letters group requirement completed | 4 | |

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Third Year | |||

Fall | |||

CS 210 | Computer Science I | 4 | |

MATH 391 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I | 4 | |

Social science group-satisfying course | Social science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Upper-division Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 392 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra II | Mathematics major fundamentals requirement completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 397 | History and Applications of Calculus | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Fourth Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 444 | Introduction to Abstract Algebra I | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | Completed multicultural requirement | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 445 | Introduction to Abstract Algebra II | Mathematics major upper-division sequence requirement completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 12 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 458 | Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography | Mathematics major completed | 4 |

Elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 180 credits completed | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Total Credits | 180 |

### Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics: Pure Mathematics

First Year | |||
---|---|---|---|

Fall | Milestones | Credits | |

MATH 203 | Analysis and Number Theory Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 251 | Calculus I | 4 | |

WR 121Z | Composition I | 4 | |

First term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Credits | 15 | ||

Winter | |||

WR 122Z or WR 123 |
Composition II or College Composition III |
4 | |

MATH 201 | Algebra Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 252 | Calculus II | 4 | |

Second term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Credits | 15 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 | |

Third term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 17 | ||

Second Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 281 | Several-Variable Calculus I | 4 | |

MATH 341 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

First term of second-year second-language sequence | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 282 | Several-Variable Calculus II | 4 | |

MATH 342 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Second term of second-year second-language sequence | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 202 | Geometry Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 205 | Foundations Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 307 | Introduction to Proof | MATH major Bridge requirement completed | 4 |

Third term of second-year second-language sequence | BA language requirement completed | 4 | |

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Third Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 316 | Fundamentals of Analysis I | 4 | |

Arts and letters group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | Science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Upper-division Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 317 | Fundamentals of Analysis II | MATH major Analysis requirement completed | 4 |

Social science group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Arts and letters group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

CS 122 | Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving | 4 | |

MATH 433 | Introduction to Differential Geometry | 4 | |

Social science group satisfying course | Social science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Arts and letters group satisfying course | Arts and letters group requirement completed | 4 | |

Credits | 16 | ||

Fourth Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 444 | Introduction to Abstract Algebra I | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | Complete the multi-cultural requirement by now | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 445 | Introduction to Abstract Algebra II | MATH major Abstract Algebra requirement completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 12 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 320 | Theory of Differential Equations (MATH major requirements completed) | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 180 credits completed | 4 | |

Credits | 16 | ||

Total Credits | 183 |

### Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Pure Mathematics

First Year | |||
---|---|---|---|

Fall | Milestones | Credits | |

WR 121Z | Composition I | 4 | |

MATH 251 | Calculus I (Only one MATH course can be counted toward science group requirement) | BS MATH requirement completed | 4 |

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

WR 122Z or WR 123 |
Composition II or College Composition III |
4 | |

MATH 201 | Algebra Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 206 | Combinatorics Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 252 | Calculus II | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Second Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 202 | Geometry Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 205 | Foundations Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 281 | Several-Variable Calculus I | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 282 | Several-Variable Calculus II | 4 | |

MATH 341 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Elective | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 307 | Introduction to Proof | MATH major Bridge requirement completed | 4 |

MATH 342 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | Arts and letters group requirement completed | 4 | |

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Third Year | |||

Fall | |||

CS 210 | Computer Science I | 4 | |

MATH 391 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I | 4 | |

Social science group-satisfying course | Social science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Upper-division Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 392 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra II | MATH major Abstract Algebra requirement completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 320 | Theory of Differential Equations | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Fourth Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 316 | Fundamentals of Analysis I | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | Complete the multi-cultural requirement by now | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 317 | Fundamentals of Analysis II | MATH major Analysis requirement complete | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 12 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 458 | Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography | MATH major completed | 4 |

Elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 180 credits completed | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Total Credits | 180 |

### Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics: Secondary Teaching

First Year | |||
---|---|---|---|

Fall | Milestones | Credits | |

WR 121Z | Composition I | 4 | |

MATH 203 | Analysis and Number Theory Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 251 | Calculus I (Only one MATH course can be counted toward science group requirement) | 4 | |

First term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Credits | 15 | ||

Winter | |||

WR 122Z or WR 123 |
Composition II or College Composition III |
4 | |

MATH 201 | Algebra Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 252 | Calculus II | 4 | |

Second term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Credits | 15 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 | |

Third term of first-year second-language sequence | 5 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 17 | ||

Second Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 281 | Several-Variable Calculus I | 4 | |

MATH 341 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

First term of second-year second-language sequence | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

CS 122 | Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving | 4 | |

MATH 307 | Introduction to Proof | 4 | |

Second term of second-year second-language sequence | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 202 | Geometry Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 205 | Foundations Math Lab | MATH major Bridge requirement completed | 2 |

MATH 343 | Statistical Models and Methods | 4 | |

Third term of second-year second-language sequence | BA language requirement completed | 4 | |

Science group-satisfying course | Science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Credits | 16 | ||

Third Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 391 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I | 4 | |

Science group-satisfying course | Science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Arts and letters group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Upper-division Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 392 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra II | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Social science group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Arts and letters group satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 397 | History and Applications of Calculus | 4 | |

Social science group satisfying course | Social science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Arts and letters group satisfying course | Arts and letters group requirement completed | 4 | |

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Fourth Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 394 | Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint I | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | Complete the multi-cultural requirement by now | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 347 | Fundamentals of Number Theory I | 4 | |

MATH 395 | Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint II | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 348 | Fundamentals of Number Theory II | MATH major completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 180 credits completed | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Total Credits | 183 |

### Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Secondary Teaching

First Year | |||
---|---|---|---|

Fall | Milestones | Credits | |

WR 121Z | Composition I | 4 | |

MATH 251 | Calculus I (Only one MATH course can be counted toward science group requirement) | BS MATH requirement completed | 4 |

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

WR 122Z or WR 123 |
Composition II or College Composition III |
4 | |

MATH 201 | Algebra Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 206 | Combinatorics Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 252 | Calculus II | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 253 | Calculus III | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Second Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 202 | Geometry Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 205 | Foundations Math Lab | 2 | |

MATH 281 | Several-Variable Calculus I | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 307 | Introduction to Proof | MATH major Bridge requirement completed | 4 |

MATH 341 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 4 | |

Elective | 4 | ||

Social science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

CS 122 | Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving | 4 | |

MATH 343 | Statistical Models and Methods | 4 | |

Arts and letters group-satisfying course | Arts and letters group requirement completed | 4 | |

Science group-satisfying course | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Third Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 391 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra I | 4 | |

Social science group-satisfying course | Social science group requirement completed | 4 | |

Elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 347 | Fundamentals of Number Theory I | 4 | |

MATH 392 | Fundamentals of Abstract Algebra II | MATH major Abstract Algebra requirement completed | 4 |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 348 | Fundamentals of Number Theory II | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 16 | ||

Fourth Year | |||

Fall | |||

MATH 394 | Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint I | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Elective | Complete the multi-cultural requirement by now | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Winter | |||

MATH 395 | Geometries from an Advanced Viewpoint II | 4 | |

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Upper-division elective | 4 | ||

Credits | 12 | ||

Spring | |||

MATH 397 | History and Applications of Calculus (MATH major requirements completed) | 4 | |

Elective | 4 | ||

Elective | 180 credits completed | 4 | |

Credits | 12 | ||

Total Credits | 180 |