B.S. in Mathematics

Program Information

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. Students can opt for no concentration, or choose from concentrations in actuarial science, computer information systems, computer science, decision science, or statistics.

Suggested Schedule of Courses

This is a suggested 4-year schedule of courses based on degree requirements in the current catalog.  This guide is not a substitute for academic advisement — contact your advisement office if you have any questions about scheduling or about your degree requirements.  Also see the Undergraduate Catalog for a complete list of requirements and electives to choose from. 

Students may choose to attend a summer term to reduce their load during fall or spring semesters but still stay on track to graduate in four years.


Year 1

Term 1

Course Hours

ENGL 1101

3

MATH 1112

3

HIST 2110

3

**GSU 1010

1

Area C Elective

3

Area B Elective

2
Total Hours 15

Term 2

Course Hours

ENGL 1102

3

MATH 2211

4

POLS 1101

3

Area E Social Science Elective

3

Area B Elective

2
Total Hours 15

Notes

**GSU 1010 is an optional course for students enrolled in a Freshman Learning Community.

Connect math to disciplines such as biology and music, through summer immersions abroad in locations such as Romania and China.

Apply to become a RIMMES student (Research Initiations in Mathematics, Mathematics
Education and Statistics), then recognize interesting research questions, tackle them with a faculty mentor, and present outcomes at local and regional conferences.

Get career-ready by working directly with a faculty member on independent projects (MATH 4982).


Year 2

Term 1

Course Hours

MATH 2212

4

Area C Elective

3

Lab Science “A”

4

Area E Global Issues Elective

3

Area F Elective

3
Total Hours 17

Term 2

Course Hours

MATH 2215

4

MATH 2420

3

Area C Elective

3

Lab Science “B”

4
Total Hours 14

Notes

Connect math to disciplines such as biology and music, through summer immersions abroad in locations such as Romania and China.

Apply to become a RIMMES student (Research Initiations in Mathematics, Mathematics
Education and Statistics), then recognize interesting research questions, tackle them with a faculty mentor, and present outcomes at local and regional conferences.

Get career-ready by working directly with a faculty member on independent projects (MATH 4982).


Year 3

Term 1

Course Hours

*MATH 3000

3

Area H Elective

3

Area F Elective

3

Area H Elective

3

Area H Elective

3
Total Hours 15

Term 2

Course Hours

MATH 3435

3

Area G Elective

3

Area G Elective

3

Area H Elective

3

Area H Elective

3
Total Hours 15

Notes

*This course fulfills the CTW requirement.

Click here for courses that fulfill Area G and H and may also include a Signature Experience component.

Connect math to disciplines such as biology and music, through summer immersions abroad in locations such as Romania and China.

Apply to become a RIMMES student (Research Initiations in Mathematics, Mathematics
Education and Statistics), then recognize interesting research questions, tackle them with a faculty mentor, and present outcomes at local and regional conferences.

Get career-ready by working directly with a faculty member on independent projects (MATH 4982).


Year 4

Term 1

Course Hours

MATH 4435

3

MATH 4441

3

MATH 4661

3

Area G Elective

3

Area H Elective

3
Total Hours 15

Term 2

Course Hours

MATH 4662

3

MATH 4991

3

Area G Elective

3

Area H Elective

3

MATH 4442

3
Total Hours 15

Notes

Click here for courses that fulfill Area G and H and may also include a Signature Experience component.

Connect math to disciplines such as biology and music, through summer immersions abroad in locations such as Romania and China.

Apply to become a RIMMES student (Research Initiations in Mathematics, Mathematics
Education and Statistics), then recognize interesting research questions, tackle them with a faculty mentor, and present outcomes at local and regional conferences.

Get career-ready by working directly with a faculty member on independent projects (MATH 4982).