Mathematics Major Requirements |
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- Computer Science 235 (Programming in C++)
- Mathematics 210 (Multivariable Calculus), 220 (Linear Algebra), 235 (Discrete Mathematical Models), and 450 (Senior Mathematics)
- one of Mathematics 240 (Differential Equations), 320 (Mathematical Modeling), or 421 (Probability and Statistics)
- two of Mathematics 431 (Abstract Algebra), 432 (Abstract Algebra), 441 (Mathematical Analysis), or 442 (Mathematical Analysis)
- and one additional mathematics course numbered above 200.
For students in the Teacher Education Program, the mathematics major may be earned by completing 30 semester hours as follows: - Computer Science 235 (Programming in C++)
- Mathematics 140 (Statistics), 220 (Linear Algebra), 235 (Discrete Mathematical Models), 380 (Geometry), 431 (Abstract Algebra) and 450 (Senior Mathematics)
- one of Mathematics 210 (Multivariable Calculus), 240 Differential Equations), or 320 (Mathematical Modeling)
Students in the Teacher Education Program who are seeking to complete
certification requirements to teach mathematics should refer to the |