**MAJOR REQUIREMENTS**

Code | Course | Credit |
---|---|---|

CS 170 | Introduction to Scientific & Engineering Programming | 3 |

MATH 140 | Calculus I | 4 |

MATH 141 | Calculus II | 4 |

MATH 220WI | Mathematics & Reasoning | 3 |

MATH 300 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH 305 | Mathematical Statistics | 3 |

MATH 320 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

MATH 331 | Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 400SI | History of Mathematics | 3 |

MATH 430 | Reading List | 2 |

MATH xxx | Choose two (2) courses from MATH 307, 411, 412, 423 | 6 |

MATH xxx | Choose one (1) course from MATH 306, 351, 354 | 3 |

MATH xxx | Choose six (6) additional credit hours in MATH courses | 6 |

| numbered above 300 | |

XXX xxx | Choose two (2) courses from the following: | 8 |

| CHEM 103-104, PHYS 150, PHYS 151 or PHYS 152 | |

| Total: |
55 |

**AND**a departmental examination in their senior year

**MATHEMATICS CONCENTRATIONS**

**, to add one of the following concentrations to their program.**

__but are not required__

**Actuarial Science**

**A student who wants to prepare for a career in actuarial science and to take the first two (2) actuarial examinations should complete the requirements for a major in mathematics, including MATH 306 and MATH 354. Instead of taking the departmental examination, the student must pass at least one actuarial examination.**

**Engineering Mathematics**

**Students interested in the engineering mathematics concentration within the Department of Mathematics should complete the requirements for a major in mathematics, including:**

Code | Course | Credit |
---|---|---|

EE 340 | Instrumentation Laboratory | 1 |

EE 370 | Circuit Analysis | 3 |

ME 100 | Engineering Orientation | 2 |

ME 170 | Engineering Graphics | 2 |

ME 201 | Mechanics, Statics | 3 |

ME 300WS | Technical Communication | 3 |

ME 301 | Mechanics, Dynamic | 3 |

ME 322 | Thermodynamics | 3 |

PHYS 151 | General Physics: Mechanics | 4 |

PHYS 152 | General Physics: Electricity & Magnetism | 4 |

PHYS 203 | Intermediate Modern Physics | 4 |

| Total: |
32 |

**MATHEMATICS MAJOR Important Notes:**

**MINOR REQUIREMENTS**

There are two (2) minors in Mathematics – Mathematics and Applied Mathematics.

Students planning to attend graduate school in Engineering, Physics or Chemistry are encouraged to pursue the minor in Mathematics due to the theoretical nature of the mathematics they may encounter in graduate school.

**Mathematics Minor**Eighteen (18) semester credit hours in mathematics courses are required, including:

Code |
Course |
Credit |

MATH 220WI | Mathematics & Reasoning | 3 |

MATH 300 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH 3xx | At least six (6) additional credit hours in mathematics | 6 |

courses numbered above 300 | ||

MATH xxx | Additional 5 credit hours in mathematics courses | 5 |

| Total: |
18 |

**Applied Mathematics Minor **Eighteen (18) semester credit hours in mathematics courses are required, including:

Code |
Course |
Credit |

MATH 300 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH 320 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

MATH 331 | Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 3xx | At least three (3) additional credit hours in | 3 |

| mathematics courses numbered above 300 | |

MATH xxx | Additional 5 credit hours in mathematics courses | 5 |

| Total: |
18 |

**MATHEMATICS EDUCATION - SECONDARY LEVEL**

Students who plan to teach Mathematics on the secondary level should complete the education minor after consulting with the **School of Education **early in their academic careers to determine the specific requirements.