Program Requirements
Requirements for the B.S. in Mathematics
Mathematics core courses  (40)  
MATH 120C  P4 Calculus I  
MATH 122C  P4 Calculus II  
MATH 170  P4 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling  
MATH 200C  Discrete Structures  
MATH 201  Mathematics Seminar  
MATH 221C  Calculus III  
MATH 222  SQ Differential Equations  
MATH 232  Linear Algebra  
MATH 301  Mathematical Statistics I  
MATH 325  Abstract Algebra  
MATH 391C  Numerical Analysis I  
MATH 421  Principles of Real Analysis I  
MATH 422  Principles of Real Analysis II  
Mathematics elective  (3)  
One MATH course at or beyond the 300 level  
One of the following options  (1820)  
Choose one:  Actuarial Mathematics Option: MATH 302, 410, 460 (1), 461; STAT 210; ECON 106; plus either MATH 480 Capstone (3) or STAT 490 Internship (3) 

Computer Science Option: At least 15 credits of CSCI courses (excluding CSCI 140C, 150, 170, 220, 260), plus MATH 480 Capstone (3) 

Mathematics Option: Five additional 3credit MATH courses at or beyond the 300 level, plus MATH 480 Capstone (3) 

Natural Sciences Option: A total of 15 or more credits from five courses in Biology, Chemistry, or Physics, three of which must be at or beyond the 200 level, plus MATH 480 Capstone (3) (Note: 1 credit lab courses are not counted toward this total.) 

Physics Option: PHYS 131C and 132C and a total of 9 or more credits from three additional courses in Biology, Chemistry, or Physics at or beyond the 200 level, plus MATH 480 Capstone (3) (Note: 1credit lab courses are not counted toward this total) 

Total  (61  63) 
Requirements for the B.A. in Mathematics
Note: The requirements for the mathematics major are more specific for students who are also majoring in inclusive adolescence education.
Mathematics core courses  (40)  
MATH 120C  P4 Calculus I  
MATH 122C  P4 Calculus II  
MATH 170  P4 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling  
MATH 200C  Discrete Structures  
MATH 201  Mathematics Seminar  
MATH 221C  Calculus III  
MATH 222  SQ Differential Equations  
MATH 232  Linear Algebra  
MATH 301  Mathematical Statistics I  
MATH 325  Abstract Algebra  
MATH 421  Principles of Real Analysis I  
MATH 422  Principles of Real Analysis II  
MATH 480  Mathematics Capstone  
Mathematics elective  (9)  
Three MATH courses at or beyond the 300 level  
Total  (49) 
For students majoring in mathematics, all courses designated as Mathematics (MATH) that may be applied to the major are included in the determination of the grade point average in the major.
The Department administers mathematics skills assessments in MATH 111C, 112C, 114C, 119C, 120C, 122C.
Students Seeking Adolescence Teaching Certification in Mathematics
There are two routes to adolescence certification in mathematics teaching. One option is to doublemajor in inclusive adolescence education and mathematics. A second option, for those wishing to study mathematics in more depth or pursue a second discipline major, is to complete certification at the graduate level through the graduate program in Mathematics/Science/Technology Education (GMST).
Students pursuing the first teaching certification option are advised to complete the B.S. Inclusive Adolescence Education Major and the B.A. requirements in mathematics as well as the following specific requirements:
 Inclusive adolescence education students are not required to take MATH 480 but may instead substitute a 3–credit 300/400level math course (selected in consultation with the mathematics advisor).
 Inclusive adolescence education students must take MATH 417 and MATH 470 as two of the three required electives.
 Inclusive Adolescence Education Major (46)
The major includes education courses, field experiences, student teaching, and courses for Certification in Students with Disabilities (712) and Middle School Extension in the content area (5–6). See Inclusive Adolescence Education for details. It is strongly recommended that students doublemajoring in inclusive adolescence education and mathematics also take PHYS 131C and CSCI 161.
Students pursuing the second teaching certification option are advised to pursue the B.S. in Mathematics degree or the B.A. in Mathematics degree with a minor and complete the following specific requirements:
 PHIL 230D CC Philosophy of Education
 ITED 228C P3 Adolescent Development
 Register for GMST 502 and GMST 510 during the senior year. Up to six graduate credits may be taken in the undergraduate senior year at no additional cost (based on fulltime enrollment of 12 undergraduate credit hours in the semester in which the GMST course(s) are taken).
 Major in a second discipline such as statistics or computer science or choose an appropriate minor.
All students who intend to pursue the second option should contact a GMST advisor early in their course of study.