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Mathematics, BS


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This major is administered by the Department of Mathematical Sciences .

Program Learning Outcomes

The Mathematics Program Learning Outcomes are:  

  1. PROBLEM SOLVING:   
  1. you can create mathematical models  
  2. you can apply problem solving techniques in new situations
  1. MATHEMATICAL TECHNIQUES:  you will demonstrate a set of mathematical techniques and be able to use them in appropriate situations
  2. PATTERNS:  you can recognize, characterize and generalize patterns using mathematical language
  3. COMMUNICATION:  you can accurately interpret, clearly write and orally express mathematical concepts in a variety of settings including algebra and mathematical analysis. This includes mathematical terminology, mathematical theorems and mathematical proofs
  4. CONNECTIONS:   
  1. you will recognize and articulate how mathematical ideas interconnect
  2. you will recognize and articulate how to apply mathematical ideas in contexts outside of mathematics 


Consists of at least 43 credits.

Note: Required courses marked ** below have Math prerequisites. Depending on your placement score, additional courses may be required.

Interdisciplinary Requirements, 0-8 credits


Take at least 8 credits numbered 101 or higher (courses numbered 100 do not count) of courses in BIOL, CHEM, PHYS, ASTR, CIS, CNMT or WD.

Or complete a major or minor other than those offered by the Department of Mathematical Sciences .

Electives, 9-10 credits


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