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