The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mathematics prepares students for careers in academia, technology, business and the sciences. In addition to a strong mathematics core curriculum, this degree offers the opportunity to explore how mathematics is applied through concentrations in statistics, finance, physics, computer science, pre-data science, or another approved discipline as a bridge to a future career.

Admission Requirements Graduation Requirements - Complete the General University Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees.
- Complete the General Education Requirements for Baccalaureate Degrees.
- Take a standardized test of knowledge of mathematics approved by the mathematics faculty for the purpose of evaluating program effectiveness. There is no minimum score required for graduation. This test will normally be taken during the senior year.
- Complete a portfolio demonstrating their mathematics knowledge. There is no grade for this requirement. The portfolio will normally be submitted in the semester of graduation.
- Complete the following major requirements:

Course List Code | Title | Credits |

MATH A251 | Calculus I | 4-6 |

or MATH A251F | F.A.T. Calculus I |

MATH A252 | Calculus II | 4-6 |

or MATH A252F | F.A.T. Calculus II |

MATH A253 | Calculus III | 4 |

MATH A264 | Introduction to the Mathematics Major | 1 |

MATH A265 | Fundamentals of Mathematics | 3 |

MATH A306 | Discrete Methods | 3 |

MATH A314 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

MATH A401 | Introduction to Real Analysis | 3 |

MATH A405 | Introduction to Abstract Algebra | 3 |

| 3 |

MATH A410 | Introduction to Complex Analysis | |

MATH A430 | Concepts of Topology | |

MATH A431 | Introduction to Differential Geometry | |

| 3 |

MATH A302 | Ordinary Differential Equations | |

MATH A432 | Partial Differential Equations | |

MATH A426 | Numerical Analysis | |

PHYS A456 | Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos | |

^{2} | 3-4 |

MATH A371 | Stochastic Processes | |

MATH A407 | Mathematical Statistics | |

STAT A307 | Probability and Statistics ^{2} | |

STAT A308 | Intermediate Statistics for the Sciences ^{2} | |

STAT A402 | Scientific Sampling ^{2} | |

STAT A403 | Regression Analysis ^{2} | |

STAT A404 | Analysis of Variance | |

STAT A407 | Time Series Analysis | |

STAT A408 | Multivariate Statistics | |

STAT A410 | Statistical Methods | |

^{2} | 3 |

MATH A305 | Introduction to Geometries | |

MATH A309 | Introduction to Number Theory | |

MATH A420 | Historical Mathematics | |

MATH A490 | Selected Topics in Mathematics ^{1} | |

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PHYS A211 | General Physics I | |

PHYS A211L | General Physics I Laboratory | |

PHYS A212 | General Physics II | |

PHYS A212L | General Physics II Laboratory | |

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CSCE A101 | Introduction to Computer Science | |

CSCE A201 | Computer Programming I | |

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BA A325 | Corporate Finance | |

BADA A110 | Computer Concepts in Business | |

ECON A227 | Introductory Statistics for Economics and Business | |

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BA A380 | Investment Management | |

BA A385 | Intermediate Financial Management | |

BA A427 | International Finance | |

BA A451 | Advanced Investment Strategies | |

BA A452 | Financial Derivatives | |

CSCE A101 | Introduction to Computer Science | |

CSCE A201 | Computer Programming I | |

CSCE A211 | Computer Programming II | |

CSCE A311 | Data Structures and Algorithms | |

CSCE A360 | Database Systems | |

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CSCE A415 | Machine Learning | |

CSCE A462 | Data Mining | |

STAT A407 | Time Series Analysis | |

STAT A408 | Multivariate Statistics | |

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MATH A495A | Mathematics Practicum ^{1} | |

MATH A495B | Mathematics or Statistics Internship ^{1} | |

MATH A496 | Advanced Readings in Mathematics ^{1} | |

MATH A498 | Individual Research ^{1} | |

Total | 59-72 |

**A minimum of 120 credits is required for the degree, of which 39 credits must be upper-division.**

Honors in Mathematics The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mathematics recognizes distinguished achievement by conferring programmatic honors in mathematics. In order to receive honors in mathematics, a student must meet the following requirements:

- Meet the requirements for Graduation with Honors as outlined in the catalog;
- Meet the requirements for a BS in Mathematics;
- Earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 in the major requirements;
- Complete a minimum of 12 upper-division credits required for the major in residence.