Mathematics, BS

Required Courses:

Math 140 - Calculus I Math 345 - Probability and Statistics I
Math 141 - Calculus II Math 360 - Abstract Algebra I
Math 242 - Multivariable and Vector Calculus Math 361 - Abstract Algebra II
Math 260 - Linear Algebra I Math 450 - An Introduction to Real Analysis
Math 280 - Introduction to Proofs Phys 113 - Fundaments of Physics I
Math 310 - Applied Ordinary Differential Equations CS 110 - Introduction to Computer Programming
Math 320L - Applied Discrete Mathematics Additional requirements (see below)

Electives:

Besides the required courses, a student must take three other Mathematics courses, numbered 300 or higher.

Notes:

Science Courses:

For the Bachelor of Science degree, in addition to the above requirements, a student must take 4 (four) science courses and a lab. Students who declare their major starting with the Fall 2009 semester must take PHYSIC 114 as one of their science courses. Each course must be part of the requirements for the major in the department offering the course. Courses that are acceptable include:

Further Rules and Requirements:

Sample BS schedule for graduation in 4 years:

  Fall Semester Spring Semester
First Year Math 140 - Calculus I Math 141 - Calculus II
  CS 110 Math 260 - Linear Algebra I
    Phys 113
Second Year Math 242 - Multivariable and Vector Calculus Math 280 - Introduction to Proofs
  Phys 114 Math 310 - Applied Ordinary Differential Equations
  Science elective Science elective
Third Year Math 320L - Applied Discrete Mathematics Math 345 - Probability and Statistics I
  Math 360 - Abstract Algebra I Math 361 - Abstract Algebra II
  Science elective  
Fourth Year Math 300+ elective Math 450 - An Introduction to Real Analysis
  Math 300+ elective Math 300+ elective