Degree Planning (BS)

The undergraduate catalog lists the requirements for the Math BS degree. The following lists give suggested mathematics electives for use in different programs of study.

  1. General Mathematics:

    MATH 4242 - Linear Algebra
    MATH 4261 - Abstract Algebra
    MATH 4350 - Intro Real Analysis I
    MATH 4635 - Intro Probability Theory

    Plus 6 Upper Division Hours Chosen From:
    MATH 3221 - Elementary Number Theory
    MATH 4084 - Introduction to Graph Theory
    MATH 4120 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    MATH 4351 - Intro Real Analysis II
    MATH 4361 - Complex Variables
    MATH 4391 - Partial Differential Eqns I
    MATH 4411 - Topology
    MATH 4636 - Intro Statistical Theory
    MATH 4721 - Numerical Analysis

    Plus one additional Course (3 hours):
    Each major must take one additional upper division MATH course.

  2. Graduate Study in Mathematics:

    MATH 4242 - Linear Algebra
    MATH 4261 - Abstract Algebra
    MATH 4350 - Intro Real Analysis I
    MATH 4351 - Intro Real Analysis II
    MATH 4361 - Complex Variables

    Plus one additional course chosen from:
    MATH 3221 - Elementary Number Theory
    MATH 4084 - Introduction to Graph Theory
    MATH 4120 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    MATH 4391 - Partial Differential Eqns I
    MATH 4411 - Topology
    MATH 4635 - Intro Probability Theory

    Plus one additional course (3 hours):
    Each major must take one additional upper division MATH course

  3. Secondary Mathematics Education:

    Note: This program of study does not lead to licensure.
    MATH 3221 - Elementary Number Theory
    MATH 3581 - College Geometry
    MATH 4151 - History of Mathematics
    MATH 4261 - Abstract Algebra
    MATH 4635 - Intro Probability Theory

    Plus either
    MATH 4636 - Intro Statistical Theory
    or
    MATH 4637 - Stat Analysis/App Big Data

    Plus one additional course (3 hours):
    Each major must take one additional upper division MATH course.

  4. Applied Mathematics:

    MATH 4120 - Ordinary Differential Equations
    MATH 4391 - Partial Differential Eqns I
    MATH 4635 - Intro Probability Theory
    MATH 4721 - Numerical Analysis

    Plus six upper division hours chosen from the following:
    MATH 3221 - Elementary Number Theory
    MATH 4242 - Linear Algebra
    MATH 4261 - Abstract Algebra
    MATH 4350 - Intro Real Analysis I
    MATH 4351 - Intro Real Analysis II
    MATH 4361 - Complex Variables
    MATH 4392 - Partial Differential Eqns II
    MATH 4396 - Perturbation Methods
    MATH 4640 - Intro Probability Models

    Plus one additional course (3 hours):
    Each major must take one additional upper division MATH course.