Math majors develop many skills including the ability to formulate and solve problems, logical and critical thinking, numerical computation, and quantitative skills. These skills are crucial in many fields. Career opportunities include working as a Mathematician, Computer Scientist, Statistician, Economist, Actuary, Cryptologist, Biostatistician, and College Professor.

Degree Plan

NOTE: All students are required to complete the General Education Requirements of their campus in fulfillment of their Bachelor degree requirements. 

6 credits from the MAJOR may be applied toward General Education Requirements.

Required Mathematics (24 credits)

  • MATH1203 Calculus I
  • MATH2202 Calculus II
  • MATH2203 Calculus III
  • MATH3318 Differential equations
  • MATH2255 Discrete Structures
  • MATH3220 Linear Algebra
  • MATH3225 Abstract Algebra 
  • MATH3231 Introductory Analysis 
  • MATH3232 Multivariable Advanced Calculus
  • MATH3303 Probability and Statistics
  • MATH4999 Mathematics Assessment 

Major Elective Courses (15 – 18 credits)

At least five courses to be selected from the mathematics offerings (MATH designation) above the level of MATH2255,  or with the permission of the department, from the graduate offerings in mathematics; up to 6 credits from the 2000 (or higher level) offerings in computer science (CSCI designation) may be substituted for mathematics electives.

NOTE: At least one of the following pairs of courses must be completed:

NOTE: Three credits in Internship experience may be used to fulfill Major Elective requirements in additional to the 15 credits minimum requirement.

To fulfill the general education requirements, they are required to take:

PHYS2003, PHYS2013 and PHYS2004, PHYS2014 General Physics with Calculus I and II.

Cognate requirements (3 credits)

  • CSCI2215 Introduction to Computer Science

6 credits from the MINOR may be applied toward General Education Requirements.

Course Descriptions