Core Mathematics provides preparation for graduate study in mathematics and employment in business, industry or government. It also prepares one for advanced work in other fields where strong mathematical backgrounds are valuable, for example, science, educational research, psychology, law, and medicine.
(120 credit hours)
All majors must satisfy the following general degree requirements. Mathematics courses below MA 16300 do not count toward graduation. All required Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics courses must be passed with a grade of C or better.
Here is the Plan of Study that describes a proposed four year sequence for this degree program.
Required Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics Courses
(45 credit hours)
- MA 10000 An Introduction To Mathematical Sciences (Cr. 1)
- MA 16300 Integrated Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (Cr. 5)
- MA 16400 Integrated Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (Cr. 5)
- MA 26100 Multivariate Calculus (Cr. 4)
- MA 26400 Differential Equations
- MA 26500 Linear Algebra
- MA 31500 Introduction to Abstract Mathematics
- MA 33000 Concepts in Geometry
- MA 34800 Discrete Mathematics
- MA 44600 Introduction to Real Analysis
- MA 45300 Elements of Algebra
- MA 47200 Introduction to Applied Mathematics
- CS 20600 Computer Algebra and Programming
- STAT 34500 Statistics
(18 credit hours)
Including at least three courses beyond the introductory level.
General Education Requirements
(51-58 credit hours)
English Composition (6 credit hours)
- ENGL 10400
- ENGL 10500
Communications (3 credit hours)
- COM 11400
Science (12 -19 credit hours)
- Four approved lab science courses.
Humanities and Social Sciences (30 credit hours)
Six credits from each of four of the five following ares, with the other six credits distributed in the humanities and social sciences courses by the student.
- Literature, Philosophy, Aesthetics (MUS 25000, THTR 20100, PHIL 10600, A&D 25500 only)
- History, Political Science
- Sociology, Psychology
- Foreign Language