The major in mathematics is designed to enable the student to enter the marketplace (industrial or educational) or to pursue further studies in mathematics or allied fields at the graduate level. Interested students are urged to contact the Department of Mathematics as early as possible. The student will meet with an advisor who will aid in formulating an appropriate course of study. Students who want to teach mathematics in the secondary schools should consult an advisor in the Center for Advisement and Orientation.

Required Courses:
MTH 3006 ( Integral Calculus 4 credits) and MTH 3030 ( Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 5 credits)

OR

MTH 3010 (Calculus II 4 credits) and MTH 3020 (Intermediate Calculus 4 credits)

All students must take the following three courses.
MTH 3300 Algorithms, Computers and Programming I 3 credits
MTH 4010 Advanced Calculus I 3 credits
MTH 4100 Linear Algebra 3 credits

Electives:
Any four 4000-level or 5000-level courses from the following group:

MTH 4110 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 credits
MTH 4120 Introduction to Probability 4 credits
MTH 4125 Stochastic Process 3 credits
MTH 4130 Mathematics of Statistics 3 credits
MTH 4135 Methods of Monte Carlo Simulation 3 credits
MTH 4140 Graph Theory 3 credits
MTH 4145 Mathematical Modeling* 3 credits
MTH 4150 Combinatorics 3 credits
MTH 4200 Theory of Numbers 3 credits
MTH 4210 Elements of Modern Algebra 3 credits
MTH 4230 History of Mathematics 3 credits
MTH 4240 Differential Geometry* 3 credits
MTH 4300 Algorithms, Computers and Programming II* 3 credits
MTH 4310 Methods of Numerical Analysis 3 credits
MTH 4315 Mathematical Logic 3 credits
MTH 4320 Fundamental Algorithms 3 credits
MTH 4500 Introduction to Financial Mathematics 4 credits
MTH 5010 Advanced Calculus II* 3 credits
MTH 5020 Theory of Function of a Complex Variable 3 credits
MTH 5030 Theory of Functions of Real Variables* 3 credits
MTH 5100 Partial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems* 3 credits

* These courses are offered infrequently, subject to student demand.