Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics

Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics

Objective: This program is for students who wish to pursue a liberal arts degree with some specialization in mathematics.

Administrator: Chair, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Requirements: 46-50 credits (33-37 in mathematics of which 22-26 shall be upper division). The following core classes are required. Either option A or option B must be followed to complete the major.

COMP1220. Introduction to Computer Science (3)

MATH2310. Discrete Mathematics (3)

MATH2510. Calculus I (4)

MATH2520. Calculus II (4)

MATH3240. Probability and Statistics I (3)

MATH3310. Introduction to Abstract Mathematics (3)

MATH3320. Linear Algebra (3)

MATH3530. Vector Calculus (3)

MATH3540. Differential Equations (3); or,

MATH4510. Introduction to Real Analysis (4)

MATH4320. Modern Algebra (4)

Option A

Requirements: 46-47 credits including 36-37 in mathematics of which 25-26 shall be numbered above 2999.

MATH3280. Modeling and Operations Research (3)

MATH3560. Numerical Analysis (3); or,

MATH3250. Probability and Statistics II (3)

COMP2220. Computer Programming in C++ (3); and,

COMP2220L. Computer Programming in C++ Laboratory (1)

COMP2750. Data Structures (3)

Option B

Requirements: 49-50 credits including 33-34 in mathematics of which 22-23 shall be numbered above 2999.

MATH3280. Modeling and Operations Research (3)

Nine credits of approved business/economics courses

PHYS1110. College Physics I (3); and,

PHYS1110L. College Physics I Laboratory (1); or,

PHYS2110. Physics for Science and Engineering I (3); and,

PHYS 2110L. Physics for Science and Engineering I Laboratory (1)

Students who plan on graduate study are advised to acquire a reading knowledge of German or French.

In addition to the above requirements, the student is required to complete a written subject examination in the filed of Mathematics, e.g. ETS® Major Field Test for Mathematics or GRE® Subject Test for Mathematics.