Courses Required for a Mathematics Major
|MATH 241||Introduction to Calculus & Analytic Geometry||4 hours|
|MATH 242||Intermediate Calculus & Analytic Geometry||4 hours|
|MATH 243||Advanced Calculus & Analytic Geometry||4 hours|
|COMP 250||A Mathematically-Relevant Programming Course such as C++||3 hours|
|PHYS 211 & 212||General Physics||8 hours|
|PHYS 213-214||General Physics Laboratory||2 hours|
|Two of the following 3 courses:|
|MATH 333||Modern Algebra||3 hours|
|MATH 402||Functions of a Complex Variable||3 hours|
|MATH 403||Introduction to Analysis||3 hours|
Those seeking secondary certification must include Mathematics 301 and 333. Mathematics 321, 331, 332 and 372 are recommended.
Courses Required for Mathematics Minor
COMP 350 (a mathematically-relevant programming course such as C++) plus twenty-one semester hours numbered 241 and above to include Mathematics 241 and 242.