College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of Math & Actuarial Science

Mathematics

The mathematics major is designed for students who are interested in employment in government or industry, who plan to attend graduate or professional school, or who plan to teach. In addition to the department requirements below, a student must complete the University core curriculum, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences language requirement, and other general requirements including a writing intensive course.

Requirements for the Major

MA106, 107, 208, Calculus and Analytic Geometry I, II, III
MA200, Basics of Advanced Mathematics
MA205, Discrete Mathematics
MA215, Linear Algebra
MA312, Modern Algebra I
MA326, Real Analysis I
MA330, Complex Analysis
MA490, Senior Seminar
Choose one of MA313, Modern Algebra II or MA327, Real Analysis II
Programming course numbered CS142 or higher
Three upper division electives to be chosen from MA301, MA305, courses numbered between MA310 and MA399, or numbered MA473

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Requirements for the Minor

MA106, 107, Calculus and Analytic Geometry I, II
MA200. Basics of Advanced Mathematics
MA205, Discrete Mathematics
Choose one of MA305, Graph Theory or MA208, Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
MA215, Linear Algebra
One additional upper division elective to be chosen from MA301, MA305, courses numbered between MA310 and MA399 or MA473