Mathematics Degree (B.A.)

Why Major in Mathematics?

The Mathematics program provides you with a solid foundation of basic and advanced mathematical reasoning and analytical skills.

Requirements for the Mathematics Degree

Requirements for Mathematics Majors

    Requirements - 54 Credits

    • MATH 0105 - Calculus I
    • MATH 0106 - Calculus II
    • MATH 0216 - Studies in the Literature of Mathematics
    • MATH 0220 - Discrete Structures
    • MATH 0218 - Linear Algebra
    • MATH 0201 - Calculus III
    • MATH 0390 - Senior Seminar in Mathematics
    • Eight (8) additional 0300?level, 3-credit mathematics courses (24 credits) Appropriate practicum described in Education Department listing (12 credits) or MATH 0398 - Internship in Mathematics (6 credits) or two (2) additional 300-level, 3-credits mathematics courses (6 credits)

    Note:

    At most, 6 credits of any combination of MATH 0360 and MATH 0399 can count toward the major, unless the student chooses to take two additional 300-level, 3-credit mathematics courses to satisfy the final requirement; in this case, one or both courses may be MATH 0360 or MATH 0399.

      Additional Graduation Requirements

      All students must meet the University Graduation Requirements and complete a common core of studies, distributed among the different academic areas as detailed in the Common Core .