ALL MATH MAJORS MUST:
  •   Complete the Mathematics Core Courses.
  •   Choose one of the three areas of Concentration.
Number Name Credit  Semester Grade Prerequisites

MATHEMATICS CORE COURSES (Required for all Math Concentrations)

MAT-121 Calculus I 4            MAT-111 or placement
MAT-122 Calculus II 4            MAT-121
MAT-214 Linear Algebra 3            MAT-122
MAT-220 Set Theory and Logic 3            MAT-104 or 105 or equivalent
MAT-221 Calculus III 4            MAT-122
MAT-341 Math. Statistics I 3            Coreq. MAT-221
MAT-421 Analysis I 3            MAT-220 and 221

CONCENTRATIONS

APPLIED MATHEMATICS CONCENTRATION

  I.   Major Mathematics courses (Required for Applied Mathematics--Total: 48 credits)
Take all of the following courses

Mathematics Core Courses--see above

24             
MAT-212
Mathematical Modeling
3

         MAT-120 or MAT 121
MAT-222 Differential Equations 3            MAT-221
MAT-313
Numerical Methods
3

         MAT-122 and (CSC-154 or 158)
MAT-342 Math Statistics II
3            MAT-241
CSC-455
Math and Statistical Software
3

         MAT-212, MAT 313

Take three of the following courses **

CSC-451
Computer Simulations
3            CSC-158
CSC-254
Data Structures
3            CSC-159
CSC-452
Computer Graphics
3            CSC-254, MAT 122, 213
PHY-211
Mechanics
3           
PHY-271
Methods of Mathematical Physics
3            co requisite: MAT-222
PHY-371
Computational Physics
3            PHY-103 and 104 or
PHY-105 and 106
PHY-311
Analytical Mechanics
3            PHY-211
MAT-422
Analysis II
3            MAT-421
MAT-423 Complex Variables I
3            MAT-220 and 221
  II.  Minor Emphasis (Required for Applied Mathematics)
A minor in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, or Computer Science
  III.  Language/ Computer Science Requirement (Required for Applied Mathematics--Total: 6 credits)
Take both of the following
CSC-158 Computer Programming I 3            MAT-103
CSC-159 Computer Programming II 3            CSC-158
  IV.  Academic Enrichment Requirement (Required for Applied Mathematics--Total: 3 credits)
Take one of the following
MAT-475 Seminar I 3            Juniors/ Seniors
MAT-495 Independent Research 3            Juniors/ Seniors
MAT-498
Internship
3

        Juniors/Seniors

**Other 300 and 400 level classes may be approved by advisement if deemed appropriate for the applied math
concentration.

Other Requirements:
  • All majors are required to fulfill the general university core requirements and approved electives amounting to a minimum of 120 hours of credits for graduation with a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of   2.0.
  • A cumulative departmental average of 2.0 must be earned and a grade of at least C- required in all Departmental courses, with no more than 2 C- grades in Mathematics courses.