Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

Objective: This program is for students who wish to prepare for graduate study in the mathematical sciences or for a career in applied mathematics in science or industry.

Administrator: Chair, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Requirements: 45-46 credits including 38-39 in mathematics of which 27 shall be numbered above 2999.

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)

MATH4320. Modern Algebra (4)

MATH4510. Introduction to Real Analysis (4)

COMP1220. Introduction to Computer Science (3)

Choose one of the following options:

MATH3250. Probability and Statistics II (3); and,

MATH4520. Introduction to Real Analysis (2); or,

MATH4330. Modern Algebra (2); and,

MATH4520. Introduction to Real Analysis (2) 

Choose one of the following options:

PHYS1110. College Physics I (3); and,

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

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

PHYS2110L. Physics for Science and Engineering I Laboratory (1)

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.

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