## Program Requirements

**Note:** *The department administers mathematics skills assessments in MATH 111C, 112C, 114C, 119C, 120C, 122C, and 130C. For information, visit the Math Skills Assessment page.*

## B.S. in Mathematics

All courses that may be applied to the major requirements are included in the determination of the grade point average in the major.

### Requirements

#### Mathematics Modeling Courses - *18 credits*

- MATH 120C - P4 Calculus I (4)
- MATH 122C - P4 Calculus II (4)
- MATH 221C - Calculus III (4)
- MATH 222 - SQ Introduction to Dynamical Systems (3)
- MATH 301 - Mathematical Statistics I (3)

#### Mathematics Reasoning and Proof Courses - *12 credits*

- MATH 200C - Discrete Structures (3)
- MATH 232 - Linear Algebra (3)
- MATH 325 - Abstract Algebra (3)
- MATH 421 - Principles of Real Analysis I (3)

#### Mathematics as a Profession Courses - *3 credits*

- MATH 201 - Sophomore Mathematics Seminar (1)
- MATH 300 - Junior Mathematics Seminar (1)
- MATH 401 - Senior Mathematics Seminar (1)

#### Mathematics Elective - *3 credits*

**ONE**MATH course at or beyond the 300 level

#### Computational Mathematics Courses - *6 credits*

- MATH 391 - Numerical Analysis I (3)
- Choose
**ONE**programming course from the following:- CSCI 161 - Foundations of Computer Science I (3)
- DIGC 158 - P4 Introduction to Computational Media (3)
- STAT 275 - Statistical Computing (3)

#### Mathematics/Actuarial Mathematics Option - *18-19 credits*

- Choose
**ONE**option:**Actuarial Mathematics Option (19 credits):**

MATH 302, 410, 460 (1 credit), 461; STAT 210; ECON 106; plus either MATH 480 Capstone or STAT 490 Internship**Mathematics Option (18 credits):**

**FIVE**additional 3-credit MATH courses at or beyond the 300 level, plus MATH 480 Capstone

**Total:** 60-61 credits

## B.A. in Mathematics

All courses that may be applied to the major requirements are included in the determination of the grade point average in the major.

### Requirements

**Note:** *The requirements for the mathematics major are more specific for students who are also majoring in inclusive adolescence education. Please refer to these specific course requirements below.*

#### Mathematics Modeling Courses - *18 credits*

- MATH 120C - P4 Calculus I (4)
- MATH 122C - P4 Calculus II (4)
- MATH 221C - Calculus III (4)
- MATH 222 - SQ Introduction to Dynamical Systems (3)
- MATH 301 - Mathematical Statistics I (3)

#### Mathematics Reasoning and Proof Courses - *12 credits*

- MATH 200C - Discrete Structures (3)
- MATH 232 - Linear Algebra (3)
- MATH 325 - Abstract Algebra (3)
- MATH 421 - Principles of Real Analysis I (3)

#### Mathematics as a Profession Courses - *6 credits*

- MATH 201 - Sophomore Mathematics Seminar (1)
- MATH 300 - Junior Mathematics Seminar (1)
- MATH 401 - Senior Mathematics Seminar (1)
- MATH 480 - Mathematics Capstone (3)

#### Mathematics Electives - *6 credits*

**TWO**MATH courses at or beyond the 300 level

**Total:** 42 credits

## Inclusive Adolescence Education Dual Major

### Students Seeking Adolescence Teaching Certification in Mathematics

Students pursuing teaching certification 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 MATH 470.
- Inclusive adolescence education students must take MATH 417 as one of their two required 300+ level electives.
**Inclusive adolescence education major (46)**- The major includes education courses, field experiences, and student teaching, as well as courses for certification in students with disabilities (7-12) and middle school extension in the content area (5–6). See Inclusive Adolescence Education for details. It is strongly recommended that students double-majoring in inclusive adolescence education and mathematics also take PHYS 131C and CSCI 161.