Degree Descriptions
The BA in Mathematics provides a broad introduction to the subject.
The requirements feature flexibility while providing an opportunity
to explore one or more areas in greater depth or to comajor in
other disciplines.
The BS in Mathematics is a more rigorous program of study which
prepares students for graduate study in mathematics and includes yearlong
sequences in algebra and analysis. Students pursuing a Mathematics BS should complete Math 250
by the end of their sophomore year.
The BS in Applied Mathematics combines the rigor of a BS degree with
an emphasis on topics in applied mathematics. It also prepares students
for graduate study in Applied Mathematics and is appropriate for
students interested in interdisciplinary graduate training in the sciences
and engineering.
All classes counting toward the degree must be taken for a letter grade. Students must meet the minimum GPA requirement of 2.0 to graduate with any major or minor from the department.
Requirements
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
Requirements for declarations on or before Tuesday, August 27, 2013 

Requirements for declarations on or after Wednesday, August 28, 2013 
Class Number  Class Name 
Math 111  Calculus I 
Math 112  Calculus II 
Math 211  Multivariable Calculus 
Math 221  Linear Algebra 
Math 250  Foundations of Mathematics 
Any 5 Math courses (3 credits or more)  *At the 200level or above 
CS 170  Introduction to Computer Science I 
*Excludes Math 207 and Directed Study


Class Number  Class Name 
Math 111  Calculus I 
Math 112  Calculus II 
Math 211  Multivariable Calculus 
Math 221  Linear Algebra 
Math 250  Foundations of Mathematics 
Any 6 Math courses (3 credits or more)  *At the 200level or above 
CS 170  Introduction to Computer Science I 

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Requirements for declarations on or before Tuesday, August 27, 2013 

Requirements for declarations on or after Wednesday, August 28, 2013 
Class Number  Class Name 
Math 111  Calculus I 
Math 112  Calculus II 
Math 211  Multivariable Calculus 
**Math 250  Foundations of Mathematics 
Math 318  Complex Variables 
Math 321  Vector Spaces 
The sequence: Math 411/412  Real Analysis I and II 
The sequence: Math 421/422  Abstract Algebra I and II 
1 additional Math classroom course  At the 300level or above 
CS 170  Introduction to Computer Science I 


Class Number  Class Name 
Math 111  Calculus I 
Math 112  Calculus II 
Math 211  Multivariable Calculus 
**Math 250  Foundations of Mathematics 
Math 318  Complex Variables 
Math 321  Vector Spaces 
The sequence: Math 411/412  Real Analysis I and II 
The sequence: Math 421/422  Abstract Algebra I and II 
CS 170  Introduction to Computer Science I 
1 additional Math classroom course
 *At the 200level or above 
2 additional Math courses
 *At the 300level or above 
The sequence: Physics 151/152  General Physics I and II 

*Excludes Math 207 and Directed Study 
**Students pursuing a Mathematics BS should complete Math 250 by the end of their sophomore year. 
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
Requirements for declarations on or before Tuesday, August 27, 2013 

Requirements for declarations on or after Wednesday, August 28, 2013 
Class Number  Class Name 
Math 111  Calculus I 
Math 112  Calculus II 
Math 211  Multivariable Calculus 
Math 212  Differential Equations 
Math 221 or Math 321  Linear Algebra or Vector Spaces 
Math 250  Foundations of Mathematics 
Math 315  Numerical Analysis 
Math 351  Partial Differential Equations 
CS 170  Introduction to Computer Science I 
Any combination of 3 courses chosen from the following list:  Math 318: Complex Variables
Math 345: Math Modeling
Math 346: Optimization Theory
Math 361: Probability & Stats I
Math 362: Probability & Stats II
Math 411: Real Analysis I
Math 412: Real Analysis II 
1 option chosen from the following list:  The sequence: Physics 151/152 General Physics I and II
Physics 253: Modern Physics with Lab
Physics 361: Analytical Mechanics
Physics 365: Electromagnetic Fields
Chem/Bio 330: Molecular Modeling
Chem 331: Physical Chemistry I
Econ 420: Econometrics
Math/Econ 425: Mathematical Economics 


Class Number  Class Name 
Math 111  Calculus I 
Math 112  Calculus II 
Math 211  Multivariable Calculus 
Math 212  Differential Equations 
Math 221 or Math 321  Linear Algebra or Vector Spaces 
Math 250  Foundations of Mathematics 
Math 315  Numerical Analysis 
Math 351  Partial Differential Equations 
CS 170  Introduction to Computer Science I 
Any combination of 3 courses chosen from the following list:  Math 318: Complex Variables
Math 344: Differential Geometry
Math 345: Math Modeling
Math 346: Optimization Theory
Math 352: PDEs in Action
Math 361: Probability & Stats I
Math 362: Probability & Stats II
Math 411: Real Analysis I
Math 412: Real Analysis II 
Any combination of 2 courses chosen from the following:  CS 171: Introduction to Computer Science II
*Any Math or CS classroomcourse numbered 200 or above 
The sequence: Physics 151/152  General Physics I and II 
1 course chosen from the following list:  Physics 253: Modern Physics with Lab
Physics 361: Analytical Mechanics
Physics 365: Electromagnetic Fields
Chem/Bio 330: Molecular Modeling
Chem 331: Physical Chemistry I
Econ 420: Econometrics
Math/Econ 425: Mathematical Economics 

*Excludes Math 207 and Directed Study 
**Students pursuing an Applied Mathematics BS do not have to have completed Math 250 by the end of their sophomore year. 
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