The department offers a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, a BS in Math Secondary Education, and a BS in Math/Physics. Coursework for each degree is described here. In addition, all mathematics majors must pass the department's comprehensive exam.

Core Courses

All mathematics majors take the following courses, which ideally are completed by the end of the sophomore year:

Math 121 - Calculus I
Math 122 - Calculus II
Math 221 - Calculus III (Multivariable)
Math 248 - Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics
Math 301 - Linear Algebra
Physics 215 - University Physics I (Spring)
Physics 216 - University Physics II (Fall)

B.A. in Mathematics

Students pursuing the B.A. in Mathematics take the following additional courses:

Math 222 - Differential Equations (Fall)
Math 321 - Abstract Algebra I (Fall)
Math 421 - Introductory Analysis I (Fall)
Math 424 - Complex Variables (Spring)
Four upper-level mathematics electives, including one course that is a second course in some field (e.g. Abstract Algebra II, Probability and Statistics II, Introductory Analysis II)

B.S. in Mathematics

Students pursuing the B.S. in Mathematics take the following additional courses:

All courses in the B.A. plus:
CSC 123 - Intro to Computer Programming
CSC 223 - Object-oriented Programming
Four additional courses in computer science, mathematics, or natural science

B.S. in Math Secondary Education

Students pursuing the B.S. in Math Secondary Education take the following additional courses:

Math 222 - Differential Equations (Fall)
Math 321 - Abstract Algebra I (Fall)
Math 403 - Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry (Spring)
Math 421 - Introductory Analysis I (Fall)
Math 424 - Complex Variables (Spring)
Math 431 - Probability and Statistics I (Fall)
HSSS 203 - Social Data Analysis (Fall)
One computer science course: CSC 120 (recommended), 113, 123, or 223
Two additional courses in computer science, mathematics, or natural science
EDUC 251, 271, 386, 479
EDUC 461, 462, 463 - Student Teaching (Spring of senior year)

B.S. in Mathematics and Physics

Students pursuing the B.S. in Mathematics and Physics take the following additional courses:

Math 222 - Differential Equations (Fall)
Math 321 - Abstract Algebra I (Fall)
Math 322 - Abstract Algebra II (Spring)
Math 421 - Introductory Analysis I (Fall)
One upper-level mathematics elective

CSC 123 - Intro to Computer Programming
CSC 223 - Object-oriented Programming

Physics 406, 411, 412, 425, 431, 432, 435, and 436