Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
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Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

These are sample programs and should be used only as guides in setting up schedules. For each of the suggested programs shown below, sufficient additional courses must be taken to meet the minimum of 120 credits for graduation in Arts and Sciences. Consult members of the department for further information.

(Applicable for the 2017-2018 Bulletin.)

 

First Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
M 144, Calculus I4
FYS 100, First-Year Seminar3
CS 114, Fundamentals of Computing I, or CS 111, Programming Foundations4-3
Social Science Elective3
AUCW3
DIA 100, Dialogue1
Total Credits = 18-17

First Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
M 145, Calculus II4
WRT 110, Academic Writing I3
Humanities electives6
AUCC3
Total Credits = 16

Second Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
M 240, Calculus of Several Variables4
Lab science4
M 221W, Discrete Mathematics I**4
WRT 210, Foundations of Argument3
AUCA3
Total Credits = 18

Second Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
M 222, Discrete Mathematics II**4
Lab science4
AUCS3
Humanities elective3
Social Science elective3
DIA 200, Career Dialogue1
Total Credits = 18

Third Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
Citizenship/Community***3
M 340, Introductory Analysis3
Math elective*3-4
M 220, Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory3
Elective3
Total Credits = 15-16

Third Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
Social Science elective3
M 420, Introduction to Modern Algebra3
Math elective*3-4
Arts elective3
Elective3
Total Credits = 15-16

Fourth Year, Fall Semester

CourseCredits
Diversity***3
Math elective3-4
Math Capstone Course3
Electives6
Total Credits = 15-16

Fourth Year, Spring Semester

CourseCredits
Electives15
Total Credits = 15

*           Any upper level mathematics course.
**         NOTE:  Two writing-intensive courses are required for graduation.
***        Fulfill either Cit./Comm. Or Diversity with a Humanities Elective