2018-2019 UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC CATALOG 
    
    Nov 17, 2018  
2018-2019 UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC CATALOG

Mathematics, B.A.


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The purpose of the mathematics major is to offer courses that provide students with a strong foundation in modern mathematics. A major in mathematics is designed to prepare the student for a wide variety of career options, including graduate study in pure and applied mathematics, statistics, economics, middle and secondary education in mathematics, actuarial science, government, and industry. The program is structured according to the traditional liberal arts approach to college education.

University Campus Only Course Requirements


University Explorations (42 credit hours)


Major Electives (15 credit hours)


Students must select at least 9 credits from 300- or 400-level mathematics courses to fulfill their major electives not including MAT-425 Mathematics Internship and up to 6 credits to be selected from the following:

MAT 425 - Mathematics Internship  

EGN 320 - Circuit Theory and Analysis  

EGN 330 - Mechanics of Materials  

  

COM 301 - Algorithms and Data Structures  

COM 315 - Decision Support Systems  

COM 465 - Artificial Intelligence  

 

General Elective Credits: Complete enough general elective credit hours to fulfill total hours required for degree completion.


Total Credits: 120


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