Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics consists of a broad range of mathematics courses as well as a sequence of three courses in physics. The degree is designed to give students an appreciation of the applications of mathematics to the sciences and would serve students interested in graduate work in mathematics or careers in engineering, mathematics, or science.
Required credits: 57
M 144 Calculus I
M 145 Calculus II
M 220 Linear Algebra
M 221W Discrete Mathematics I
M 222W Discrete Mathematics II
M 240 Calculus of Several Variables
M 242 Differential Equations
M 260 Data Analysis
CS 111 Programming Foundations or CS 114 Computer Programming I
M 340 Introductory Analysis
Three upper-level mathematics or physics courses approved by a mathematics advisor
PHY 112 Calculus-Based Physics I
PHY 113 Calculus-Based Physics II
PHY 214 Calculus-Based Physics III
Learning Outcomes for the BS in Mathematics
1) Students will demonstrate competence in the techniques of calculus in one and several variables.
2) Students will model real-world problems using mathematics.
3) Students will use technology effectively.
4) Students will communicate the mathematical process.
5) Students will read and construct mathematical proofs.
6) Students will demonstrate a working knowledge of abstraction.