
A student majoring in mathematics must complete 57 quarter hours in the
major, consisting of the core requirements and one of three options. In
addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general
studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined
in this bulletin. A student contemplating graduate work is encouraged
to take a foreign language sequence. Senior students are required to
take the Major Field Achievement Test (MFAT) in mathematics.
Core Requirements:
MATH  181, 281283  Analytic Geometry and Calculus IIV   16 
MATH  289  Linear Algebra and Its Applications   3 
MATH  312  Ordinary Differential Equations   4 
MATH  496  Seminar   1 
    _______ 24 
OPTION: Preparation for Graduate Study
MATH  451, 452, 453  Advanced Calculus   9 
MATH  461, 462, 463  Abstract Algebra   12 
 Electives*   12 
    _______ 33 
OPTION: Preparation for Secondary Teaching
MATH  250  Discrete Mathematics   4 
MATH  315  Probability and Statistics   4 
MATH  321  Geometry   4 
MATH  451, 452  Advanced Calculus   6 
MATH  461  Abstract Algebra   4 
 Electives*   11 
    _______ 33 
OPTION: Applied Mathematics
MATH  315  Probability and Statistics   4 
MATH  341  Numerical Analysis   4 
MATH  351  Operations Research   4 
MATH  442  Advanced Numerical Analysis   4 
Two of the following courses: 68
MATH  451, 452  Advanced Calculus  
MATH  461, 462  Abstract Algebra  
 Electives*   911 
    _______ 33 

Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the
academic adviser assigned by the department chair. Credit will not be given for
mathematics courses with numbers below 181.
Students seeking a teaching endorsement should consultwith the certification officer in the Education and PsychologyDepartment.

Cognates:
CPTR  141  Introduction to Programming (Pascal)   4 
BIOL  101, 102, 103  General Biology   912 
or    
CHEM  141, 142, 143  General Chemistry  
CHEM  144, 145, 146  General Chemistry Laboratory  
or    
CPTR  142, 143  Data Structures  
And one of the following CPTR courses 
CPTR  215  Assembly Language Programming  
CPTR  324  Scientific Computer Applications  
CPTR  355  Computer Graphics  
PHYS  251, 252, 253  Principles of Physics   9 
PHYS  254, 255, 256  Principles of Physics Lab   3 
