**Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics**

**Major Requirements (44 credits)**

MA 111 Calculus I* - 4 credits

MA 112 Calculus II - 4 credits

MA 113 Calculus III - 4 credits

MA 114 Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations - 4 credits

MA 115 Linear Algebra - 3 credits

Two of the following four courses - 8 credits

MA 201 Abstract Algebra I

MA 202 Abstract Algebra II

MA 206 Real Analysis I

MA 207 Real Analysis II

Two of the following five courses - 6 credits

MA 117 Methods of Proof

MA 203 Complex Variables

MA 204 Topology

MA 208 Probability and Statistics

MA 210 Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry

MA 223 Mechanics: Statics

MA 224 Mechanics: Dynamics

One of these two CS courses - 3 credits

CS 110 Computing and Information Science I

CS 270 Introduction to Numerical Computation

Two series (i.e., two courses with respective labs) out of these six series** - 8 credits

BL 150 & 151 General Biology I & Lab

BL 152 & 153 General Biology II & Lab

CH 101 & 103 General Chemistry I & Lab

CH 102 & 104 General Chemistry II & Lab

PH 111 & 113 General Physics I & Lab

PH 112 & 114 General Physics II & Lab

* Calculus I is a 4 credit course with 3 credits fulfilling the mathematics core.

** These 8 credits are fulfilling the Science Core Curriculum requirement.

**Requirements for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics**

**Major Requirements (59 credits)**

MA 111 Calculus I* - 4 credits

MA 112 Calculus II - 4 credits

MA 113 Calculus III - 4 credits

MA 114 Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations - 4 credits

MA 115 Linear Algebra - 3 credits

MA 201 Abstract Algebra I - 4 credits

MA 202 Abstract Algebra II - 4 credits

MA 203 Complex Variables - 3 credits

MA 204 Topology - 3 credits

MA 206 Real Analysis I - 4 credits

MA 207 Real Analysis II - 4 credits

MA 208 Probability and Statistics - 3 credits

One of these two CS courses - 3 credits

CS 110 Computing and Information Science I

CS 270 Introduction to Numerical Computation

PH 111 & 113 General Physics I & Lab** - 4 credits

Two other series (i.e., two courses with respective labs) out of these five series** - 8 credits

BL 150 & 151 General Biology I & Lab

BL 152 & 153 General Biology II & Lab

CH 101 & 103 General Chemistry I & Lab

CH 102 & 104 General Chemistry II & Lab

PH 112 & 114 General Physics II & Lab

* Calculus I is a 4 credit course with 3 credits fulfilling the mathematics core.

** 8 of these 12 science credits are fulfilling the Science Core Curriculum.

**Requirements for Minor in Mathematics (at least 18 credits)**

MA 111 Calculus I - 4 credits

MA 112 Calculus II - 4 credits

MA 113 Calculus III - 4 credits

Two of the following courses:

MA 114 Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations - 4 credits

MA 115 Linear Algebra - 3 credits

MA 117 Methods of Proof - 3 credits

MA 201 Abstract Algebra I - 4 credits

MA 202 Abstract Algebra II - 4 credits

MA 203 Complex Variables - 3 credits

MA 204 Topology - 3 credits

MA 206 Real Analysis I - 4 credits

MA 207 Real Analysis II - 4 credits

MA 208 Probability and Statistics - 3 credits

As a culminating activity, mathematics majors must take Abstract Algebra I or Real Analysis I during the first semester of their senior year.

**Teacher Preparation**

All students who are interested in pursuing the teacher certification should contact the Chairperson of the Education Department at their earliest possible convenience (see additional information under the Education Department). The required Mathematics courses would be MA 111, MA 112, MA 113, MA 114, MA 115, MA 201, MA 206, MA 208, and MA 210. Other courses in other disciplines are also required.