At the end of the sophomore year, students, aided by their faculty advisors, should plan a course of study for the completion of the college program.

The advanced courses selected during the third and fourth years should be consistent with the student’s interests and goals.

Students must earn a grade of C or higher in all mathematics courses taken at the 100 or higher level in all undergraduate mathematics degree programs.

## Requirements

### First Year: 32 credits

**Math - Fourteen (14) credits required.**

- MTH 111 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
- MTH 112 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
- MTH 181 - Introduction to Discrete Structures I
- MTH 182 - Introduction to Discrete Structures II

**English - Six (6) credits required.**

- ENL 101 - Critical Writing and Reading I
- ENL 102 - Critical Writing and Reading II

**Humanities/Social Sciences or Electives - Twelve (12) credits required.**

### Second Year: 33 credits

**Math - Ten (10) ten credits required.**

- MTH 211 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
- MTH 212 - Differential Equations I
- MTH 221 - Linear Algebra

**Physics - Eight (8) credits required.**

- PHY 113 - Classical Physics I
- PHY 114 - Classical Physics II

**Programming intensive course - Three (3) credits required.**

- MTH 204 - Experiments in Computational Mathematics

**Literature - Six (6) credits required.**

**Humanities, Social Science or Electives - Six (6) credits required.**

### Third Year: 30 credits

**Math - Six (6) credits required.**

- MTH 311 - Advanced Calculus I
- MTH 312 - Advanced Calculus II

**Math Electives - Six (6) credits required.**

**Humanities/Social Science Electives - Six (6) credits required.**

**Electives - Twelve (12) credits required of unspecified Electives.**

### Fourth Year: 25 credits

**Math - Three (3) credits required.**

- MTH 441 - Modern Algebra I

**Math Electives - Six (6) credits required.**

**Humanities/Social Science Electives - Six (6) credits required.**

**Electives - Ten (10) credits required of unspecified Electives.**

### Total credits: 120

## Mathematics Electives

### Math Electives Code:

- T—recommended for students preparing to teach
- G—recommended for students preparing for graduate school
- A—recommended for students in applied mathematics

- MTH 302 - Theory of Numbers

Code T - MTH 310 - Modern Methods in Mathematics Teaching

Code T - MTH 311 - Advanced Calculus I

Code T, G, A - MTH 312 - Advanced Calculus II

Code T, G, A - MTH 331 - Probability

Code A, G - MTH 332 - Mathematical Statistics

Code A, G - MTH 353 - Applied Linear Algebra

Code A - MTH 361 - Numerical Analysis I

Code A, G - MTH 362 - Numerical Analysis II

Code A, G - MTH 421 - Complex Analysis

Code A, G - MTH 441 - Modern Algebra I

Code A, G - MTH 463 - Math Modeling

Code A - MTH 487 - Mathematical Inquiry I

Code T, G - MTH 488 - Mathematical Inquiry II

Code T, G - MTH 499 - Selected Topics in Mathematics

Code T, G - MTH 471 - Partial Differential Equations

Code A, G - MTH 472 - Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations

Code A, G - MTH 473 - Numerical Linear Algebra

Code A, G - MTH 474 - Numerical Optimization

Code A, G - MTH 381 - Combinatorial Theory

Code A, G - MTH 382 - Graph Theory

Code A, G - MTH 442 - Modern Algebra II

Code A, G - MTH 451 - Differential Geometry

Code G - MTH 452 - Higher Geometry

Code G, T - MTH 461 - Elementary Topology

Code G

## General Education Departmental Requirements

Students majoring in Mathematics will meet their departmentally-determined General Education requirements as follows:

### Area C

Nine (9) credits required; Humanities distribution courses satisfy this.

### Areas D and G

Many social science courses will satisfy these.

### Area E

Students select a course from approved list.

### Areas M and S

Nine (9) credits fulfilled by:

- MTH 111
- PHY 113
- PHY 114

### Area I, Tier 1

Six (6) credits fulfilled by:

- ENL 101
- ENL 102

### Area I, Tier 2

Three (3) credits fulfilled by:

- MTH 204
- CIS 180
- MTH 280

### Area O

Students select a course from the approved list.

### Area W, Tier 1

Six (6) credits fulfilled by:

- ENL 101
- ENL 102

### Area W, Tier 2

Students select a course from the approved list.