B.A. in Mathematics

General Education Requirements (55 credits)

College Competencies (26 credits)

ENWR1101     Academic Writing
ENWR1102     Academic Research & Writing
Speech/Professional Communication
ENGR2210     Technical Communications
Quantitative Analysis:
MATH1201    Calculus I                      
Math or Technology or Statistics:                      
MATH2202    Calculus II                      
Ethical and Moral Analysis
ENGR3000     Modern Technologies:  Principles, Applications & Impacts
Scientific Analysis:
PHYS2203    University Physics I
PHYS2204    University Physics II

Liberal Arts Distribution (21 credits)

Social and Behavioral Sciences
Art and Culture

University Requirements (8 credits)

UNIV1001     Transitioning to University Life
UNIV1002      Preparing for Professional Life   
UNIV2001       Cross-cultural Perspectives
UNIV2002      Global Issues

Major Requirements (36 credits)

Mathematics Requirements (27 Credits)
MATH2203     Calculus III
MATH2210     Differential Equations
MATH2255     Discrete Structures
MATH3220     Linear Algebra
MATH3225     Abstract Algebra
MATH3230     Analysis
MATH3237     Probability and Statistics I
MATH3341      Adv. Engineering Math
1Mathematics Elective (3 credits)

Computer Science Requirements (9 credits)

CSCI1201     Computer Programming I
CSCI1202     Computer Programming II
CSCI2232     Data Structures

Additional Science Requirements (2 credits)

PHYS2201     Physics I Lab
PHYS2202     Physics II Lab

Minor  (15 credits)
Free Electives (12 credits)

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation. Up to 6 credits from the major and 6 credits from the minor may be applied toward the General Education requirements.

WRITTEN COMMUNICATION:  This requirement consists of six credits in English Composition (ENWR1101 and ENWR1102) and six credits of writing intensive courses within the major or other courses designed by the major program.

SPEECH/PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION:  Math majors will take ENGR2210 Technical Communications to satisfy this requirement.

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS:  This requirement will be satisfied by MATH 1201 Calculus I.

MATH, TECHNOLOGY or STATISTICS:  This requirement will be satisfied by MATH 2202 Calculus II.

ETHICAL AND MORAL ANALYSIS:  Requirements consist of a three-credit course that is substantially concerned with ethical theories and questions. For Math majors this course should be ENGR3000: Modern Technologies:  Principles, Applications & Impacts.

SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS:  This requirement will be satisfied by PHYS2203 and 2204 University Physics I & II.

LANGUAGE:  If a student is beginning a new language, Elementary II (1102) is required to fulfill the 3 credit language requirement. If the student is taking a language previously studied, successful completion of Intermediate I (2103) fulfills the requirement. The student taking a previously studied language must take the placement test. If the placement score is above the Intermediate I level, the student is excused from the language requirement and will need to replace those 3 language credits with a free elective.

ARTS AND CULTURE:  Take six credits of coursework in DAN, MUSIC, THEA, LANG, or any advisor approved Foreign Language, or ART1141, ART1142, ART1144, ART1151, ART1153, ART1157, ART1158, ART1159, ART1161, ART1167, ART1169, ART1181, ART1187, ART1189, ART1832, ART1841, COMM2104, COMM2210, COMM2415, COMM2103, COMM2743, COMM2745, or EPS 1201.

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES:  Take six credits of coursework in COMM, CRIM, POLS, PSYC, or SOCI. Courses may be within the same discipline or different disciplines, but either way at least one course must be at the 2000 level or above.

HUMANITIES:  Take six credits of any course that has the prefix ENGL, HIST, HUMN, LANG, PHIL, RELI, or the following ART courses:  ART1103, 1107, 1108, 1120, 1131, 1133, 1135, 1136, 1137, 2137, and 2238. Courses may be within the same discipline or different disciplines, but either way at least one course must be at the 2000 level or above.

1MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE:  Three (3) credits of a mathematics elective - to be chosen from courses numbered 3000 or higher. Advisor approval required.

2FREE ELECTIVES:  At most six (6) credits of Mathematics courses may be taken as free electives.