B.S. Mathematics
Area A Essential Skills (9 hours) |
Area B Essential Skills (4 hours) |
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ENGL 1101 | Composition I | 3 | COMM 2400 | Public Speaking | 2 |
ENGL 1102 | Composition II | 3 | STS 2400 | Science, Technology, and Society | 2 |
MATH 1113 | Precalculus | 4* |
Area C Humanities/Fine Arts (6 hours) |
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1. Literature of the World |
2. Art and Culture of the World |
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ENGL 2110 | World Literature | 3 | ARTS 2001 | Art Appreciation | 3 |
ENGL 2120 | British Literature | 3 | ARTS 2002 | Drama Appreciation | 3 |
ENGL 2130 | American Literature | 3 | ARTS 2003 | Music Appreciation | 3 |
ENGL 2141 | Western Literature I | 3 | FREN 1002 | Elementary French II | 3 |
ENGL 2142 | Western Literature II | 3 | GRMN 1002 | Elementary German II | 3 |
SPAN 1002 | Elementary Spanish II | 3 |
Area D Science, Mathematics, and Technology (11 hours) |
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MATH 2253 | Calculus I | 4* |
Take any two courses from the following for a total of 8 hours | ||
BIOL 2107K | Biology Principles I | 4 |
BIOL 2108K | Biology Principles II | 4 |
CHEM 2211K | General Chemistry I | 4 |
CHEM 2212K | General Chemistry II | 4 |
It is recommended that students fulfill this part of the Area D requirement by taking Calculus-based Physics, because PHYS 2211 and PHYS 2212 are required courses for the math major. | ||
PHYS 2211K | Principles of Physics I | 4 |
PHYS 2212K | Principles of Physics II | 4 |
Area E Social Sciences (12 hours) |
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1. American Context |
2. World History |
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HIST 2111 | U.S. History I | 3 | HIST 1111 | Survey of World Civilization to 1500 | 3 |
HIST 2112 | U.S. History II | 3 | HIST 1112 | Survey of World Civilization from 1500 | 3 |
POLS 1101 | American Government | 3 | |||
3. Behavioral Science |
4. Cultures and Societies |
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ECON 1101 | Introduction to Economics | 3 | ANTH 1102 | Introduction to Anthropology | |
PSYC 1101 | Introduction to General Psychology | 3 | ES 1100 | Ethnic Studies | 3 |
SOCI 1101 | Introduction to Sociology | GEOG 1101 | Introduction to Human Geography | 3 | |
POLS 2401 | Introduction to International Issues | 3 | |||
ARCH 2030 | Global Sustainability Strategy | ||||
RELG 1200 | World Religion | 3 |
Area F (18 hours*) |
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MATH 2254 | Calculus II | 4 |
MATH 2255 | Calculus III | 4 |
CSE 1301 | Computer Science I | 4 |
CSE 1302 | Computer Science II | 4 |
* 1 hour from MATH 1113 [A] and 1 hour from MATH 2253 [D] are counted in area F.
All the courses listed above are Core Curriculum courses.
Required Courses (31 hours) |
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MATH 2306 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 2345 | Discrete Mathematics | 3 |
MATH 3310 | Introduction to Advanced Mathematics | 3 |
MATH 3312 | Linear Algebra | 4 |
MATH 3320 | Real Analysis I | 4 |
MATH 3321 | Real Analysis II | 4 |
MATH 4407 | Vector Analysis | 3 |
MATH 4440 | Abstract Algebra | 4 |
MATH 4451 | Capstone Mathematics Project | 3 |
Mathematics Electives (9 hours)
Any mathematics course numbered 2300 or above.
Calculus-Based Physics Requirement ( 8 hours)
Physics 2211K and 2212K. Students are urged to satisfy this requirement in Area D of the core. If this is not done, then Guided Electives must be used.
Guided Electives (20 hours)
May not include Math 2240 or mathematics courses numbered less than 2000.
Bachelor Degree Total: 120 Semester Credit Hours