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School of Sciences - Mathematics - Degrees

   


Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics requires the completion of 58 hours of coursework consisting of the following courses:

MTH 24100  Statistics for Science Majors
MTH 27100  Calculus I
MTH 27200  Calculus II
MTH 29000  Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
MTH 30300  Calculus III
MTH 31100  Differential Equations
MTH 31500  Linear Algebra I
MTH 32000  Algebraic Structures
and an additional 9 hours of mathematics electives numbered 30000 or above

Also required:
CSC 10000  Intro to Computer Science
CSC 14400  Computer Science I
CSC 18400  Computer Science II
PHY 30100  General Physics I
PHY 30200  General Physics II



Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics requires the completion of 47 hours of coursework consisting of the following courses:

MTH 24100  Statistics for Science
MTH 27100  Calculus I
MTH 27200  Calculus II
MTH 29000  Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
MTH 30300  Calculus III
MTH 31100  Differential Equations
MTH 31500  Linear Algebra I
MTH 32000  Algebraic Structures
and an additional 6 hours of mathematics electives numbered 30000 and above

Also required:
CSC 10000  Intro to Computer Science
CSC 14400  Computer Science I
PHY 30100  General Physics

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Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Actuarial Studies Emphasis

The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with an actuarial studies emphasis requires the completion of 59 credit hours of coursework in mathematics, computer science, physics, and business:

MTH 24100  Statistics for Science Majors
MTH 27100  Calculus I
MTH 27200  Calculus II
MTH 28000  Interest Theory
MTH 29000  Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
MTH 30300  Calculus III
MTH 31100  Differential Equations
MTH 31500  Linear Algebra I
MTH 34100  Probability and Mathematical Statistics I
MTH 34200  Probability and Mathematical Statistics II
MTH 39000  Special Topics in Applied Mathematics

Also required:
CSC 10000    Intro to Computer Science
CSC 14400    Computer Science I
PHY 30100    General Physics
ACCT 21010  Principles of Financial Accounting
ECON 23020  Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 23030  Principles of Macroeconomics

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Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Certification

The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with secondary certification requires the completion of 47 hours of coursework in mathematics, computer science, and physics. Also required are 39 credit hours of education courses:

MTH 24100  Statistics for Science
MTH 27100  Calculus I
MTH 27200  Calculus II
MTH 29000  Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
MTH 30300  Calculus III
MTH 31100  Differential Equations
MTH 31500  Linear Algebra I
MTH 32000  Algebraic Structures
MTH 33000  Geometry
and an additional 3 hours of mathematics electives numbered 30000 or above

Also required:
CSC 10000  Intro to Computer Science
CSC 14400  Computer Science I
PHY 30100  General Physics

Required education courses:
EDU 11000  Orientation to Educational Experiences
EDU 30300  Psychology of Teaching and Learning
EDU 30400  Measurement and Evaluation to Enhance Learning
EDU 30700  Teaching Reading in the Content Areas
EDU 32000  History and Philosophy of Education
EDU 32100  Middle/High School Classroom Teaching and Management
EDU 33100  Methods of Teaching Mathematics
EDU 34100  Education of the Exceptional Child
EDU 38000  Pre-Student Teaching Practicum
EDU 41000  Student Teaching

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Mathematics Minor

The minor in mathematics requires the completion of 24 hours of coursework consisting of the following courses:

MTH 27100  Calculus I
MTH 27200  Calculus II
MTH 29000  Introduction to Advanced Mathematics
MTH 30300  Calculus III
MTH 31500  Linear Algebra I
and an additional 3 hours of mathematics at the 30000 level or above

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