## Major in Mathematics

Students must complete the following department requirement courses:

**MATH 2230: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II**(C or higher)**MATH 2240: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III**(C or higher)**MATH 2310: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics**(C or higher)**MATH 3650: Linear Algebra**(C or higher)**MATH 4902: Senior Seminar I**(C or higher)**MATH 4912: Senior Seminar II**(C or higher)

Students must complete the major requirement courses:

**MATH 4620: Abstract Algebra**(C or higher)**MATH 4630: Real Analysis**(C or higher)

Students must complete eight additional semester hours of mathematics (MATH) courses at or above the 3000 level, of student choice.

**MATH 3/4###**(C or higher)**MATH 3/4###**(C or higher)

Students must choose one of the following courses to complete:

**ECON 3030: Econometrics and Applied Statistics**(C or higher)**FREN 2000: Intermediate French**(C or higher)**CSCI 1010: Computer Science I**(C or higher)**PHYS 1203 & PHYS 1201: College Physics I with Lab**(C or higher)**PHYS 1213 & PHYS 1211: College Physics II with Lab**(C or higher)**PHYS 2003 & PHYS 2001: General Physics I with Lab**(C or higher)**PHYS 2013 & PHYS 2011: General Physics II with Lab**(C or higher)

Students must also complete a comprehensive exam in their major.

## Major in Applied Mathematics

Students must complete the department requirements:

**MATH 2230: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II**(C or higher)**MATH 2240: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III**(C or higher)**MATH 2310: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics**(C or higher)**MATH 3650: Linear Algebra**(C or higher)

Students must complete the major requirements:

**MATH 3540: Differential Equations**(C or higher)**MATH 4510: Mathematical Statistics**(C or higher)**CSCI 1010: Computer Science I**(C or higher)

Students may choose from 1 of the following 2 options for completion of the upper-level requirement. Additional special topics courses may be permitted, as approved by the Department Chair.

#### Option 1

Take 4 credits from the following 3000-level courses:

**MATH 3530: Mathematical Modeling**(C or higher)**MATH 3560: Discrete Structures**(C or higher)**MATH 3570: Numerical Analysis**(C or higher)**MATH 3580: Complex Variables**(C or higher)

Take 4 credits from the following 4000-level courses:

**MATH 4630: Real Analysis**(C or higher)**MATH 4640: Graph Theory**(C or higher)

#### Option 2

Take the following 4000-level courses:

**MATH 4630: Real Analysis**(C or higher)**MATH 4640: Graph Theory**(C or higher)

Two additional courses from one department (either CHEM, GEOL, PHYS, or ECON), at the 2000 level or above, that use applications of mathematics is also required. The following courses fulfill this requirement:

**CHEM 3410: Physical Chemistry I**(C or higher)**CHEM 3420: Physical Chemistry II**(C or higher)**GEOL 4200: Structural Geology**(C or higher)**GEOL 4300: Environmental and Engineering Geophysics**(C or higher)**GEOL 4350: Solid Earth Geophysics**(C or higher)**PHYS 3000: Modern Physics**(C or higher)**PHYS 3400: Computational Physics**(C or higher)**PHYS 3500: Classical Mechanics**(C or higher)**PHYS 3510: Electromagnetism**(C or higher)**PHYS 4100: Thermal Physics**(C or higher)**PHYS 4200: Quantum Mechanics**(C or higher)**ECON 3010: Economics: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory**(C or higher)**ECON 3030: Econometrics and Applied Statistics**(C or higher)

Students must complete the senior seminar and the comprehensive exam in their major:

- Comprehensive Exam
**MATH 4902: Senior Seminar I**(C or higher)**MATH 4912: Senior Seminar II**(C or higher)

## Minor in Mathematics

Students must complete the following courses:

**MATH 2230: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II**(C or higher)**MATH 2240: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III**(C or higher)**MATH 2310: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics**(C or higher)

Students must complete eight additional semester hours of mathematics (MATH) courses at or above the 3000 level, of student choice.

**MATH 3/4###**(C or higher)**MATH 3/4###**(C or higher)