## Mathematics

### Bachelor of Science with a major in Mathematics

This program is well-suited for students who seek certification to teach mathematics at the senior high, junior high, and middle school levels and also for students who desire a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics and a minor (or second major) in an area unrelated to mathematics. The course work in mathematics is sufficiently rigorous to provide preparation for graduate work in mathematics.

#### Sample 4-year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year

Fall | Spring | |
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Freshman | MATH 221 – Calculus I |
MATH 222 – Calculus IIQM 160 – Intro to Data Analytics |

Sophomore | MATH 323 – Calculus IIIMATH – Elective |
MATH 341 – Linear AlgebraCS 205 – Programming for the Sciences |

Junior | MATH 365 – ProbabilityMATH - Elective |
MATH 466 – Statistics |

Senior | MATH 420 – Intro to Real AnalysisMATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling |
MATH 445 – Abstract Algebra |

#### Sample 4-year Plan Beginning in an Even Year

Fall | Spring | |
---|---|---|

Freshman | MATH 221 – Calculus I |
MATH 222 – Calculus IIQM 160 – Intro to Data Analytics |

Sophomore | MATH 323 – Calculus IIIMATH – Elective |
MATH 341 – Linear AlgebraCS 205 – Programming for the Sciences |

Junior | MATH 365 – ProbabilityMath 420 – Intro to Real Analysis |
MATH 445 – Abstract AlgebraMATH 466 – Statistics |

Senior | MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling |
MATH – Elective |

These are **sample** plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in mathematics. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

#### Sample 4-year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year

Fall | Spring | |
---|---|---|

Freshman | MATH 221 – Calculus IEDUC 150 – Foundations and Diversity in American EducationPSYC 121 – Introduction to Psychology |
MATH 222 – Calculus IIPSYC 226 – Child and Adolescent PsychologyEDUC 320 – Teaching Strategies K-12 |

Sophomore | MATH 323 – Calculus IIIMATH 370 – Combinatorial MathematicsEDUC 322 – Special Needs Students K-12QM 160 – Intro to Data Analytics |
MATH 341 – Linear AlgebraEDUC 385 – Multicultural UnderstandingCS 205 – Programming for the Sciences |

Junior | MATH 355 – Foundations of GeometryMATH 365 – ProbabilityEDUC 363 – Teaching in Secondary SchoolsEDUC 456 – Methods of Teaching Math |
MATH 425 – Complex VariablesMATH 466 – StatisticsEDUC 443 – Curriculum in Middle School |

Senior | MATH 420 – Intro to Real AnalysisMATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical ModelingEDUC 428 – Reading in the Content Area |
EDUC 435 – Supervised Teaching SeminarEDUC 436 – Supervised Teaching |

#### Sample 4-year Plan Beginning in an Even Year

Fall | Spring | |
---|---|---|

Freshman | MATH 221 – Calculus IEDUC 150 – Foundations and Diversity in American EducationPSYC 121 – Introduction to Psychology |
MATH 222 – Calculus IIPSYC 226 – Child and Adolescent PsychologyEDUC 320 – Teaching Strategies K-12 |

Sophomore | MATH 323 – Calculus IIIMATH 355 – Foundations of GeometryEDUC 322 – Special Needs Students K-12QM 160 – Intro to Data Analytics |
MATH 341 – Linear AlgebraEDUC 385 – Multicultural UnderstandingCS 205 – Programming for the Sciences |

Junior | Math 365 – ProbabilityMath 420 – Intro to Real AnalysisEDUC 363 – Teaching in Secondary SchoolsEDUC 456 – Methods of Teaching Math |
MATH 445 – Abstract AlgebraMATH 466 – StatisticsEDUC 443 – Curriculum in Middle School |

Senior | MATH 370 – Combinatorial Mathematics MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical ModelingEDUC 428 – Reading in the Content Area |
EDUC 435 – Supervised Teaching SeminarEDUC 436 – Supervised Teaching |

These are **sample** plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.S. with a major in mathematics education. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

### Bachelor of Arts with a major in Mathematics

This curriculum is designed for students seeking exposure to advanced mathematics as part of a broad-based liberal arts curriculum. It is particularly suitable for students interested in pursuing graduate study in mathematics or related disciplines.

#### Sample 4-year Plan Beginning in an Odd Year

Fall | Spring | |
---|---|---|

Freshman | MATH 221 – Calculus IQM 160 – Intro to Data Analytics |
MATH 222 – Calculus II |

Sophomore | MATH 323 – Calculus III |
MATH 341 – Linear AlgebraCS 205 – Programming for the Sciences |

Junior | MATH 365 – ProbabilityMATH 420 – Intro to Real Analysis |
MATH – ElectiveMATH – Elective |

Senior | MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling |
MATH 445 – Abstract Algebra |

#### Sample 4-year Plan Beginning in an Even Year

Fall | Spring | |
---|---|---|

Freshman | MATH 221 – Calculus IQM 160 – Intro to Data Analytics |
MATH 222 – Calculus II |

Sophomore | MATH 323 – Calculus III |
MATH 341 – Linear AlgebraCS 205 – Programming for the Sciences |

Junior | MATH 365 – ProbabilityMATH 420 – Intro to Real Analysis |
MATH 445 – Abstract AlgebraMATH – Elective |

Senior | MATH 495 – Senior Seminar: Mathematical Modeling |
MATH – Elective |

These are **sample** plans of study. The courses listed are required for a B.A. with a major in mathematics. Selected elective courses are also required. You will develop your own plan of study in consultation with your academic advisors.

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