Catalog 20182019
Mathematics B.A.


Return to: Degree Programs Students majoring in mathematics fulfill the departmental requirements by completing nine courses in mathematics or computer science: eight of the courses must be at the 200 level or above, to include MA 200 , MA 202 , MC 215 , MA 303 , MA 319 , MA 376 , and two additional courses, at least one of which is at the 300 level. Students must also complete CS 106 or CS 206 . Under exceptional circumstances, and only with the consent of the department, , MA 371 , MA 381 , MA 382 , or may be counted as the additional 300level course. In MC 215 , students will acquire writing skills that are necessary to work on advanced material in mathematics and will fulfill the writing requirement in the major.
Students interested in pursuing graduate work in (theoretical) mathematics should include as many of the following courses as possible in their programs: MA 313  Introduction to Topology , MA 320  Abstract Algebra II , MA 324  Complex Analysis , and MA 302  Graph Theory .
Students interested in applied mathematics should include as many of the following courses as possible in their programs: MA 270  Differential Equations , MA 331  Dynamical Systems , MA 324  Complex Analysis , and MA 316  Numerical Algorithms .
Students interested in mathematics education should include as many of the following courses as possible in their programs: MA 214  Theory of Numbers , MA 309  Elements of Modern Geometry , MA 310  History of Mathematics , and .
No more than 8 credit hours of S/U can be used toward the major.
The following courses must be taken for a letter grade: MC 215 , MA 303 , MA 319 , MA 376 , MA 381 , MA 382 .
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