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Mathematics Major (B.A.)
Bachelor of Arts


Courses in the Major
Mathematics 160, 161, 207, Calculus I, II, III
Mathematics 206, Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Mathematics 208, Linear Algebra
Two of the following six courses:
   Mathematics 250, Mathematics Seminar
   Mathematics 305, Modern Geometry*
   Mathematics 309, Differential Equations
   Mathematics 312, Theory of Probability and Statistics*
   Mathematics 324, Numerical Analysis
   Mathematics 350, Mathematics Seminar
Mathematics 320, Abstract Algebra
Mathematics 409, Mathematical Analysis
Mathematics 450, Senior Capstone

Required Support Courses (Required for primary majors only)
Completion of a Modern Language through 202
*To be certified by the DPI, student must take Mathematics 305 and 312.

Mathematics Major (B.S.)
Bachelor of Science


Courses in the Major
Mathematics 160, 161, 207, Calculus I, II, III
Mathematics 206, Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Mathematics 208, Linear Algebra
Three of the following four courses:
   Mathematics 305, Modern Geometry*
   Mathematics 309, Differential Equations
   Mathematics 312, Theory of Probability and Statistics*
   Mathematics 324, Numerical Analysis
Mathematics 320, Abstract Algebra
Mathematics 409, Mathematical Analysis
Mathematics 450, Senior Capstone

Required Support Courses (Required for primary majors only)
Computer Science 110, Problem Solving through Programming
Physics 203, General Physics
Physics 204, General Physics, or Biological Science*

*To be certified by the DPI, students must take Mathematics 305 and 312, and a biological science. Students not minoring in secondary education must take Physics 204.

Mathematics Minor
Mathematics 160, 161, Calculus I, II
Three additional courses in Mathematics at the 200-level or higher excluding Mathematics 201, 205

Secondary Education
Mathematics Minor

Mathematics 160, 161, Calculus I, II
Mathematics 206, Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Mathematics 207, Calculus III
Mathematics 305, Modern Geometry
Mathematics 312, Theory of Probability and Statistics

Elementary Education
Mathematics Minor

Required Courses
Mathematics 104, Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I
Mathematics 140, Calculus and Its Applications or
   Mathematics 160, Calculus
Mathematics 112, Introduction to Statistics
Mathematics 201, Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II
Mathematics 206, Transition to Advanced Mathematics
Mathematics 305, Modern Geometry

 
 
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