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Major: 10-12 course credits. Completion of the calculus sequence (through MAT 122); a minimum of seven Mathematics courses at the 200- or 300-level which include MAT 221, 236, 301, either 327 or 337, and two additional courses at the 300-level; CSC 151, 140; and INT 201 (if MAT 348 is not one of the 300-level courses completed). The department recommends that CSC 140, which provides knowledge of a programming language, be acquired by the end of the sophomore year. The following courses cannot be used to satisfy requirements of the mathematics major: MAT 110, 280/380, 290/390, 501, and 511.
Teaching Major: Completion of the requirements for the Mathematics major with the additional stipulations that MAT 231 is required to be one of the seven Mathematics courses and that the grade point average in all Mathematics courses must be at least 2.5. In addition to the foregoing requirements, prospective teachers must also apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program (preferably at the start of their sophomore year) and complete a second major in Secondary Education described under Education.
Second Teaching Area in Mathematics: The following program, in conjunction with a teaching major in another field, will enable the student to apply for licensure to teach both the major subject and Mathematics: MAT 231, either 327 or 337, either INT 201 or MAT 348, and have a grade point average in all Mathematics courses of at least 2.5.
Minor: Five or six credits. Completion of the calculus sequence (through MAT 122); a minimum of three Mathematics courses which include MAT 221, 301, and at least one other 300-level Mathematics course; and CSC 151.
110. On the Shoulders of Giants: Great Mathematical Ideas
119-120. Calculus of a Single Variable Part I & II
121. Calculus of a Single Variable
122. Calculus of Several Variables
221. Linear Algebra
231. Fundamentals of Geometries
234. Complex Variables
236. Differential Equations
301. Introduction to Proof: Number Theory
317. Mathematical Modeling
337-338. Analysis I & II
347-348. Mathematical Statistics I & II
501. Problem Solving (1/4)
511. Extended Research in Mathematics (1/4)
541. Intermediate Calculus (1/4)