The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics provides students additional breadth and depth of knowledge of mathematics beyond the course of study required for the Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, as well as the chance to pursue a minor related to mathematics. The program prepares students for either graduate school or an immediate career in business, industry, or government.
A decision to pursue the BS in Mathematics should be made in a student's first year of study if the program is to be completed in four years. Students should both meet with a mathematics advisor and take MATH 151 Calculus I as soon as possible.
The BS in Mathematics is not intended for secondary of middle school teacher certification. Students seeking mathematics teacher certification should complete either the Secondary Teaching Option or the Middle/Junior High Teaching Option of the BA in Mathematics, along with the BS in Secondary Education.
Integrative Studies Requirements
40 credits minimum
MATH 118 Computer Tools for Problem Solving
MATH 151 Calculus I
MATH 152 Calculus II
MATH 220 Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
MATH 231 Linear Algebra
MATH 241 Probability and Statistics I
MATH 251 Vector Calculus
MATH 330 Abstract Algebra
MATH 350 Real Analysis
MATH 361 Differential Equations
MATH 400 Capstone in Mathematics
INPHYS 241 University Physics I
Two additional mathematics courses at the 300/400 level, excluding MATH 375, MATH 475.
Select one course from Computer Science:
- ISCS 140 Programming Foundations I
- ISCS 210 Python Programming
Minor in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Management, Physics or another related field approved by the Mathematics Department
Select courses to reach a total of 120 credits for the degree.
40 credits at the upper-level