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Macricostas School of Arts & Sciences

Math Department

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

Requirements:

In addition to the courses listed below, students must complete all university general education requirements and sufficient additional free electives to total a minimum of 122 semester hours, including foreign language and physical education.

  • CS 140 Introduction to Programming
  • MAT 150/151 Mathematics Seminar I&II
  • MAT 141 Foundational Discrete Mathematics
  • MAT 181, 182, 281 Calculus I, II, & III
  • MAT 185 Introduction to Symbolic Computations
  • MAT 207 Proofs
  • MAT 222 Introductory Statistics
  • MAT 272 Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • MAT 282 Differential Equations
  • MAT 332 Introduction to Applied Mathematics
  • MAT 375 Algebraic Structures
  • MAT 383 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
  • MAT 453 Senior Seminar

One course that completes a sequence in Algebra, Analysis or Applied Mathematics

One Elective chosen from MAT 250, 251, 363, 342, 351or 359.  MAT 298, 398, 498 courses may also be applied toward this elective.

* A year sequence from one of the following (May also be used to satisfy general education requirement.)

BIO 103-104 or CHE 110-111 or ECO 100-101 or PHY 110-111 (6-8 S.H.)

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of their studies,

  1. Students will communicate mathematics in written form, using appropriate mathematical writing conventions.
  2. Students will be read, explain and create mathematical exposition.
  3. Students will analyze, model and solve problems.
  4. Students will demonstrate proficiency in a variety of technological tools (computer algebra systems, visualization software, statistical packages in some computer programming language)

Four Year Plan of Study:

First year
Fall Spring
MAT 150 .5 MAT 151 .5
MAT 141 3 MAT 207 3
MAT 181 3-4 MAT 182 3-4
COM 160/161/162 3 CS 140 or 141 3
WRT 101 3 Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Science 3
Gen Ed Humanities 3 Gen Ed Humanities 3
Total: 15.5-16.5 Total: 16.5-17.5

 

Sophomore year
Fall Spring
MAT 185 3 MAT 222 3
MAT 281 4 MAT 282 3
MAT 272 3 MAT 375 3
Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Science 3 Gen Ed Humanities 3
Gen Ed Lab Science 2 Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Science 3
Total: 15 Total: 15

 

Junior year
Fall Spring
MAT 332 3 MAT 467 3
ECO 100/BIO 103/CHE 110/PHY 110 3-4 MAT 383 3
Gen Ed Social and Behavioral Science 3 ECO 101/BIO 103/CHE 110/PHY 110 3-4
Free Elective 3 Free Elective 3
HPX 177 (Lecture and Activity) 2 Free Elective 3
Total: 17-18 Total: 15-16

 

Senior year
Fall Spring
Approved Math Sequence Elective 3 MAT 453 3
Free Elective 3 Approved Math Elective 3
Free Elective 3 Free Elective 3
Free Elective 3 Free Elective 3
Free Elective 3 Free Elective 3
Total: 12-15 Total: 15