The department offers a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. Coursework for these programs is listed below. The department also offers a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Finance, a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics, and (jointly with the Department of Education) a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Secondary Education.

Core Courses

All mathematics majors take the following courses:

Math 121 - Calculus I
Math 122 - Calculus II
Math 221 - Calculus III (Multivariable)
Math 222 - Ordinary Differential Equations
Math 248 - Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics
Math 301 - Linear Algebra
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.A. in Mathematics

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

PHYS 215 - Physics I
PHYS 216 - Physics II or One computer science course chosen from among: CSC 113, 123, 124, 212, 223
Additional courses to complete the Focus Area requirement in the University curriculum

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B.S. in Mathematics

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

PHYS 215 - Physics I
PHYS 216 - Physics II
Two computer science courses chosen from among: CSC 113, 123, 124, 212, 223
Four additional courses in computer science, mathematics, or natural science

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