This concentration leads to a B.S. or B.A. degree with a major in mathematics, and is appropriate for students planning careers in industry or graduate study in mathematics.

The minimum requirement for a B.S. degree is 128 credit hours.  See: Academic Policies and Procedures

Charger Foundations41
Major Core Courses 1,2
MA 171CALCULUS A4
MA 172CALCULUS B4
MA 201CALCULUS C4
MA 244INTRO TO LINEAR ALGEBRA3
MA 330FOUNDATIONS OF MATH3
MA 385INTRO TO PROBABILITY & STATIST3
Required Ancillary Courses for All Concentrations 3
CM 113Intro to Rhetorical Communication3
EH 301TECHNICAL WRITING3
CS 102INTRO TO C PROGRAMMING3
CS 121COMPUTER SCIENCE I3
PH 111
PH 114
GEN PHYSICS W/CALCULUS I
and GENERAL PHYSICS LAB I
4
PH 112
PH 115
GEN PHYSICS W/CALC II
and GENERAL PHYSICS LAB II
4
Required Courses 4
MA 238APPL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS3
MA 442ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES W/APPLIC3
MA 452INTRO TO REAL ANALYSIS3
MA 465INTRO TO MATH MODELING3
Three mathematics courses at the 300 level or above9
Total Semester Hours103