Department of Mathematical Sciences


The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers programs in mathematics, one of the oldest academic disciplines, as well as in statistics. The Department offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Mathematics. Minors are also offered in mathematics and statistics.

Mathematics and statistics are fundamental to a wide variety of fields and careers. Students who major or minor in mathematics have problem solving and logic skills that are highly desired by employers in industry and government. Statistics is instrumental in the study of the behavioral and social sciences, the biological and physical sciences, and business.


BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE
MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS (150)

REQUIREMENTSHOURS
I. GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 44

II. UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

UNIV 1001 or 1113

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III. MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

A. Required Core Courses (33 hours)

MATH 2215, MATH 2235, MATH 2244, MATH 2613, MATH 3013, MATH 3213, MATH 3253, MATH 4483, MATH 4782, MATH 4792 

B. Required Technology Courses (3 hours)

MATH 1001 (1 hour) and MATH 3001 (2 hours)

C. Electives (6 hours)

Electives must be chosen from the following list: MATH 3302, MATH 3333, MATH 3413, MATH 4113, MATH 4423, MATH 4471‑3, MATH 4491‑3, STAT 3113, STAT 3123

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IV. MINOR REQUIREMENTS 18
V. ELECTIVES TO COMPLETE 124 HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION