Students majoring in mathematics must meet the following requirements for graduation. Note: A C- or better is required for all departmental prerequisites, unless otherwise stated. Students are required to maintain a GPA of 2.00 or better for all courses used to fulfill the mathematics major.
|University Curriculum 1
|Modern Language Requirement
|Mathematics Required Core Courses
|Calculus of a Single Variable
and Integral Calculus With Applications
or MA 151
|Calculus II: Part A
and Calculus II: Part B
or MA 152
|Foundations of Advanced Mathematics
|Mathematics Senior Seminar
|Mathematics Electives (take three of the following)
|Theory of Computation
|Ordinary Differential Equations
|Mathematical Statistics and Probability I
|Mathematical Statistics and Probability II
|Elements of Point-Set Topology
All students must complete the University Curriculum requirements.
While students must consult with their major adviser in planning a course of study, the department provides the following recommendations.
- Students interested in teaching must take a course in statistics, usually MA 285 or MA 371.
- Students interested in statistics should take MA 285, MA 371 and MA 372.
- Students interested in actuarial studies should take MA 371, MA 372 and MA 378. We also recommend CSC 110 and a Minor in Finance or Business.