Administered by: Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics
Effective Fall 2015
Advisement should be considered before selecting general education courses in this major. In addition to general education courses and electives to meet, the university's 120-credit requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree the following courses are required:
MATH.125 Calculus I
MATH.126 Calculus II
MATH.185 Discrete Mathematics
MATH.225 Calculus III
MATH.241 Probability and Statistics
MATH.405 Introduction to Abstract Algebra or MATH.421 Advanced Calculus
MATH.314 Linear Algebra
MATH.410 Mathematical Modeling
PHYSICS.211 General Physics I
PHYSICS.212 General Physics II
Option A1) COMPSCI.121 Object-Oriented Programming with Java
Option A2) COMPSCI.122 Graphical User Interfaces in Java or other 300 or higher COMPSCI course (3 to 4 credits)
Option B1) COMPSCI.123 Visual Basic I (3)
Option B2) COMPSCI.223 Visual Basic II (3)
MATH.322 Differential Equations
MATH.360 Number Theory
MATH.421 Advanced Calculus
MATH.422 Complex Variables
Applied Math (3 courses from MATH.322, 342, 343, 361, 381, 385, 461, 462, 471, or 472)
Computer Science (3 courses from COMPSCI.221 & higher)
Statistics (3 courses from MATH.240, 243, 342, 343, 441, 446, 461, 462)
Actuarial Science (3 courses from MATH.343, 381, 461, 462)
Grad School Prep (MATH.310 and 421 are both required, one of which counts as a core course in the major. 2 courses from MATH.360, 385, 411, 422, 451)
Physics (3 courses from PHYSICS.300 & higher)
Courses MATH.311 and MATH.305 may not be counted as requirements for the major.
Note: The "Three courses" requirement implies three different courses and at least 9 credits.
Note: Students should meet with their advisors to make a plan for completion of a concentration. Some of the courses listed for concentrations are offered every other year. Other courses listed are not regularly offered, but might be taken by individualized instruction.
Note: Appropriate Special Topics courses may be used to substitute for the above courses with the permission of the advisor and department chair.