# Mathematics Degree Requirements

## 2015 - 2016 Catalog

The Mathematics department has the following degrees:

## Mathematics major leading to BA degree

A **major in mathematics** leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree requires the completion of at least 33 credits as follows:

- MATH 221, 222, 311, 312, 321, 322
- One course selected from BIOL 274; CHEM 260, 261; CSCI 211, 313; ECON 220, 301; ENGN 203; GEOL 250; MATH 270, 310, 333, 353; PHYS 112
- 12 additional credits selected from mathematics courses numbered above 300.

Additional courses required as prerequisites for completion of the above include MATH 101 and 102, or their equivalents; furthermore, the course selected to fulfill requirement 2 above may have prerequisites.

- Required courses:
- MATH 221: Multivariable Calculus
- MATH 222: Linear Algebra
- MATH 311: Real Analysis I
- MATH 312: Real Analysis II
- MATH 321: Abstract Algebra I
- MATH 322: Abstract Algebra II
- One course selected from
- BIOL 274: Structural Biology
- CHEM 261: Physical Chemistry: Quantum & Computational Chemistry
- CSCI 211: Algorithm Design and Analysis
- CSCI 313: Theory of Computation
- ECON 220: Mathematical Economics
- ENGN 203: Mechanics I: Statics
- GEOL 250: Structural Geology and Tectonics
- MATH 270: Financial and Actuarial Mathematics
- MATH 310: Mathematical Statistics II
- MATH 333: Partial Differential Equations
- MATH 353: Numerical Analysis
- PHYS 112: General Physics II
- 12 additional credits selected from mathematics courses numbered above 300.

## Mathematics major leading to BS degree

A **major in mathematics** leading to a Bachelor of Science degree requires the completion of at least 51 credits as follows:

- MATH 221, 222, 311, 312, 321, 322; PHYS 111, 112, 113, 114
- CSCI 111 or 121
- 15 additional credits selected from mathematics courses numbered above 300
- Six additional credits selected from courses in biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics (numbered 200 and above), and physics, except courses excluded from degree programs in those subjects.

Additional courses required as prerequisites for completion of the above include MATH 101 and 102 or their equivalents.

- Required courses:
- MATH 221: Multivariable Calculus
- MATH 222: Linear Algebra
- MATH 311: Real Analysis I
- MATH 312: Real Analysis II
- MATH 321: Abstract Algebra I
- MATH 322: Abstract Algebra II
- PHYS 111: General Physics I
- PHYS 112: General Physics II
- PHYS 113: General Physics Laboratory I
- PHYS 114: General Physics Laboratory II
- Take one of the following courses:
- 15 additional credits selected from mathematics courses numbered above 300
- Six additional credits selected from courses in

biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics (numbered 200 and above), and physics, except courses excluded from degree programs in those subjects.