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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics, B.S.


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Program of Study for the B.S. Degree
Total Number of Degree Hours: 123

Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


18 Credit Hours


Spring Semester


17 Credit Hours


Junior Year


Fall Semester


14 Credit Hours


Spring Semester


15 Credit Hours


Senior Year


Fall Semester


14 Credit Hours


Spring Semester


13 Credit Hours


Note:


1 Mathematics electives will be taken from the following: MATH 3373  (Probability), MATH 3393  (History of Mathematics), MATH 4293  (PDE), and MATH 4363  (Numerical Methods).

2 Mathematics majors will choose one two-course sequence from the area of Biology, Geology, Chemistry, Electronic Engineering Technology, Engineering, Computer Science. Freshman and sophomore level mathematics courses will not count as electives.

A. Core Requirements


Area A: Essential Skills: 10 Credit Hours


Area B: Institutional Options: 3 Credit Hours


Area C: Humanities/Fine Arts: 6 Credit Hours


One of the following:


Area D: Science, Math and Technology: 11 Credit Hours


(One science course with a lab is required.)

Note:


*BIOL 1107K , BIOL 1108K ; CHEM 1211K , CHEM 1212K ; GEOL 1121 , GEOL 1122 ; ZOOL 2001K, 2201L, ZOOL 2202K  

B. Major Requirements


Area F: Courses Related to the Program of Study: 16 Credit Hours


Area G: Major Requirements: 60 Credit Hours


(Grade C or better for all courses in Area G)

Note:


* Mathematics electives will be taken from the following: MATH 3373  (Probability), MATH 3180 (Vector Calculus), MATH 3113 (Applied Regression Analysis), MATH 4293  (PDE), and MATH 4363  (Numerical Methods).

**Courses taken by students to satisfy Area D of the core will not be counted for credit in Area G. Freshman and sophomore level mathematics courses will not count as electives.

C. Institutional Requirements: 3 Credit Hours


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