B.S. in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics offers concentrations in:

  • applied mathematics
  • pure mathematics
  • pharmaceutical biostatistics


  • elementary and intermediate algebra
  • plane geometry
  • trigonometry
  • two units of science including one unit of physics

Mathematics Requirements (35 credits)

MATH1201     Calculus I
MATH2202     Calculus II
MATH2203     Calculus III
MATH2210     Differential Equations
MATH2255     Discrete Structures
MATH3220     Linear Algebra
MATH3225     Abstract Algebra
MATH3230     Analysis
MATH3237     Probability and Statistics I
MATH3341     Advanced Engineering Math

5 Mathematics Elective (3 credits)

6Science Requirements (8 credits)

PHYS2203     University Physics I
PHYS2201     Physics I Lab
PHYS2204     University Physics II
PHYS2202     Physics II Lab

Science Electives (11 credits)

Laboratory science I
Laboratory science I Lab
Laboratory science II
Laboratory science II Lab
Science Elective

Minor Sequence (15 credits)

Computer Science Requirements (9 credits)

CSCI1201     Computer Programming I
CSCI1202     Computer Programming II
CSCI2232     Data Structures


ENWR1101     Academic Writing
ENWR1102     Academic Rsrch & Writing
ENGR2210     1Technical Communication
ENGR3000     2Modern Technologies:  Principles, Applications & Impacts
3Humanities Elective
4Social & Behavioral Science Elective

University Requirements (8 credits)

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

Technical Electives (16 credits)

WRITTEN COMMUNICATION:  ENWR1101 and 1102 will satisfy this requirement.

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS:  Math 1201 and 2202 will satisfy this requirement.

1SPEECH/PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION:  ENGR2210 Technical Communications will satisfy this requirement.

2ETHICAL AND MORAL ANALYSIS:  Students must take ENGR3000 Modern Technologies:  Principles, Applications & Impacts to satisfy this requirement.

3HUMANITIES:  Take three credits of any course that has the prefix ENGL, HIST, HUMN, LANG, PHIL, or RELI, or the following ART courses:  ART1103, 1107, 1108, 1120, 1131, 1133, 1135, 1136, 1137, 2137, and 2238.

4SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES:  Take three credits of coursework in COMM, CRIM, POLS, PSYC or SOCI.

ART AND CULTUREThis requirement is waived as it will be satisfied by UNIV2002 Global Issues.

SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS:  This requirement will be satisfied by PHYS 2203 and 2204.


5 MATHEMATICS ELECTIVE:  3 credits to be chosen from courses numbered 3000 or higher, with the approval of an advisor.

6SCIENCE ELECTIVES:  Eight (8) credits of science electives must be a one-year sequence with laboratory; the remaining three (3) credits must be a 2000 or higher level course in electrical engineering, computer science, chemistry, or biology

7TECHNICAL ELECTIVES:  Students must take sixteen (16) credits of technical electives which include courses in computer science, engineering, engineering technology, information technology and mathematics at appropriate levels based on their interests. A 1-credit free elective can be substituted for the 1-credit technical elective. Also, a 3-credit course in a related discipline can be substituted for a 3-credit technical elective. Internship credits and honors courses can be used as technical electives. Students must obtain prior approval from the GHSCSE academic advisor for all course selections or substitutions.

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation.