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Academic Catalog 201415
Academic Programs
Mathematics/Physics
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics/Physics
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Sciences
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Teacher Licensure (Track 1)
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Teacher Licensure (Track 2)
Bachelor of Arts in Pure Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Computer Science Emphasis)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Information Technology Emphasis)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Physics Emphasis)
Minor in Computer Science
Minor in Mathematical Sciences
Minor in Physics
Mathematics Emphasis for Elementary Education Licensure
PreEngineering
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Sciences
Degree Requirements
Completion of requirements for a bachelor's degree, including general education requirements, 120 credits of acceptable coursework, and at least 42 upperdivision credits.
A minimum of 120 academic (nonPE) semester hours of credit.
At least 42 academic credits must be upper division (300 to 400level).
A cumulative scholastic average of 2.0.
General education courses
must be completed with an average GPA of at least 2.0.
All general education, major, minor, area of concentration, or teacher licensure requirements must be satisfied.
All students must demonstrate
writing proficiency
by the end of the sophomore year.
No D grade may apply to a major or minor field.
Completion of the following required courses:
MATH 120: Single Var Calculus I GTMA1 (5 hours)
MATH 121: Single Var Calculus II GTMA1 (5 hours)
MATH 220: Multivariable Calculus (4 hours)
MATH 250: Intro to Mathematical Thought (3 hours)
MATH 321: Linear Algebra (3 hours)
MATH 322: Algebraic Structures I (3 hours)
MATH 420: Advanced Analysis I (3 hours)
MATH 471: Senior Assessment (1 hours)
MATH 472: Senior Assessment (1 hours)
CSCI 205: Computer Science I (5 hours)
OR
CSCI 202: Progrmg/Science/Math/Enginrg (3 hours)
A minimum of 9 hours from the following:
MATH 323: Algebraic Structures II (3 hours)
MATH 327: Differential Equations (3 hours)
MATH 330: Numerical Analysis (3 hours)
MATH 331: Modern Geometry (3 hours)
MATH 335: History of Mathematics (3 hours)
MATH 340: Probability & Statistics (3 hours)
MATH 375: Simulation (3 hours)
MATH 421: Advanced Analysis II (3 hours)
MATH 430: Complex Analysis (3 hours)
Completion of required support courses:
ENG 226: Basic Grammar & Hist:English (3 hours)
ENG 357: Introduction to Linguistics (3 hours)
OR
ENG 363: Advanced Composition (3 hours)
OR
One year of foreign language
Plus a minimum of two science courses (at least nine credit hours) selected from the following list (which fulfills the general education science requirement):
BIOL 203: General Biology GTSC1 (5 hours)
AND
BIOL 203L: General Biology Lab
CHEM 131: General Chemistry GTSC1 (4 hours)
AND
CHEM 131L: General Chemistry Lab (1 hours)
CHEM 132: General Chemistry GTSC1 (4 hours)
AND
CHEM 132L: General Chemistry Lab (1 hours)
GEOL 111: Physical Geology (4 hours)
OR
GEOG 101: Intro/Physical Geog (GTSC1) (4 hours)
PHYS 230: General Physics I GTSC1 (4 hours)
AND
PHYS 231: General Physics I Lab GTSC1 (1 hours)
PHYS 232: Gen Physics II (Cal) GTSC1 (4 hours)
AND
PHYS 233: Gen Phys II Lab (Cal) GTSC1 (1 hours)
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