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Mathematics Programs & Degrees

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

For a bachelor of science in mathematics, a student must complete at least 123 credit hours with a 2.0 grade point average. 

A. General Education Requirements

  • (See the Academic Catalog)

B. Major Requirements (Each course completed with a "C" or better.  At least one course in the major must be a writing intensive course.)

  • MA 160 Mathematical Logic and Set Theory
  • MA 200 Elementary Statistics
  • MA 205 Calculus I
  • MA 206 Calculus II
  • MA 230 Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • MA 300 Discrete Mathematics
  • MA 301 Differential Equations
  • MA 304W History of Mathematics
  • MA 307 Calculus III
  • MA 320 Modern Algebra
  • MA 425 Real Analysis
  • MA 426 Numerical Analysis

 

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education

A. General Education Requirements

  • (See the Academic Catalog)

B. Professional Education Requirements

  • ED 201 Principles of Education
  • ED 301M, 302M Practicum
  • ED 304 Teaching Reading and Writing in the Content Areas
  • ED 310 History and Philosophy of Education
  • MA 452 Clinical Practice
  • PS 101 Introduction to Psychology
  • PS 204 Human Growth and Development
  • PS 320 The Exceptional Child

C. Major Requirements

  • MA 115 College Algebra
  • MA 122 Precalculus
  • MA 160 Mathematical Logic and Set Theory
  • MA 200 Elementary Statistics
  • MA 204 College Geometry
  • MA 205 Calculus I
  • MA 206 Calculus II
  • MA 230 Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • MA 300 Discrete Mathematics
  • MA 304W History of Mathematics
  • MA 307 Calculus III
  • MA 320 Modern Algebra
  • MA 350 Methods of Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School I
  • MA 351 Methods of Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School II
  • PH 201, 202 General College Physics I & II or PH 301, 302 Physics I & II with Calculus
  • CS 209 Multimedia in the Classroom