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Requirements for the Major

Mathematics and Required Supporting courses:

MTH 152 Calculus II
MTH 241 Discrete Mathematics
MTH 250 Calculus III
MTH 261 Linear Algebra
MTH 361 Abstract Algebra
MTH 451 Real Analysis
MTH 601 Capstone
CS 151 Principles of Computer Science I

And sixteen semester hours from the following courses:

MTH 150 Calculus I*
MTH 253 Differential Equations
MTH 261 Linear Algebra
MTH 302 Probability
MTH 310-319 Special Topics in Mathematics
MTH 321 Numerical Analysis
MTH 331 College Geometry
MTH 335 Statistics
MTH 341 Operations Research
MTH 481 Topology
MTH 590-594 Field Experience/Internship
MTH 610-619 Advanced Topics
MTH 620-624 Independent Study

*Note: If MTH 150 is taken, then the additional 12 semester hours must be in courses numbered 300 or higher.

And one of the following supporting courses or sequences:

CS 152 Principles of Computer Science II
BA 330/ECO 601 Econometrics AND ECO 385 Financial Economics
PHY 151 Principles of Physics I AND PHY 152 Principles of Physics II
Two Chemistry Courses at 117 level or higher
A minor in any discipline OR a second major in any discipline

NOTE: MTH 431 cannot be used for the mathematics major.


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