Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.

Requirements for a major in Mathematics are 36 hours beyond MATH 231 (excluding MATH 233 and MATH 263), including: 

Major Requirements
MATH 232Calculus II2-4
or MATH 234 Calculus II B
MATH 245Linear Algebra4
MATH 301Intro to Upper-Level Math2
MATH 331Vector Calculus2
MATH 341Modern Algebra4
MATH 351Analysis I4
MATH 494Senior Seminar (Section 494-1)2
Select at least one of the following applied mathematics courses:4
Differential Equations
Mathematical Modeling
Topics in Applied Mathematics
Probability & Statistics II
Data Structures & Algorithms
Remaining elective credits as needed to reach total of 36 for the major
Total Credits36
Supporting Course Requirements
PHYS 231Introductory Physics I4
or CSCI 243 Discrete Mathematics and Functional Programming
Select one of the following:4
Programming I: Problem Solving
Discrete Mathematics and Functional Programming (cannot count for meeting both supporting courses)
Programming II: Object-Oriented Design

Students preparing for graduate study in pure mathematics should take MATH 352 Complex Analysis, MATH 441 Algebra II and MATH 451 Analysis II

Students preparing for graduate study in statistics or preparing for actuarial exams should take MATH 363 Probability and Statistics I and MATH 463 Probability & Statistics II.