Students choosing to obtain a major in pure mathematics in our department will be well qualified to pursue further study in mathematics or statistics in graduate school or to pursue one of many career options where a strong preparation in mathematics is essential. In particular, one may work in an area of finance or economics, engineering, or the life sciences where one's problem-solving skills are heavily utilized to analyze vast amounts of data.
Course Number | Course Title | Credit Hours |
MA 151 | Calculus and Analytical Geometry I | 5 |
MA 152 | Calculus and Analytical Geometry II | 5 |
PH 110 or PH 220 | Logic for Programming or Logic | 3 |
MA 207 | Discrete Mathematics | 3 |
MA 253 | Calculus and Analytical Geometry III | 3 |
MA 301 | Linear Algebra | 3 |
MA 343 | Applied Statistics | 3 |
MA 344 | Mathematical Statistics I | 3 |
MA 354 | Abstract Algebra | 3 |
MA 371 | Real Analysis I | 3 |
MA 372 | Real Analysis II | 3 |
MA 387/388 | Capstone Experience and Research | 3 |
10-15 hours of correlated coursesIn addition, 10-15 hours of correlated courses approved by the department are required. The correlated course requirement will be one of the following blocks or a specially designed sequence to be approved by the Department Chair. |
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PS 261, PS 262 | College Physics I, College Physics II | total of 10 |
PS 281, PS 282 | General Physics I, General Physics II | total of 10 |
EC 200, EC 201, |
Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Organization and Management, Productions & Operations Management |
total of 12 |
EC 200, EC 201, |
Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Business Finance |
total of 15 |