**REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS**

Students majoring in mathematics should complete the following courses:

MAT141, 142 | Calculus I, II |

MAT223 | Calculus III |

MAT225 | Differential Equations |

MAT231 | Transition to Higher Mathematics |

MAT232 | Linear Algebra |

MAT391 and MAT491 | Vocational Seminar and Senior Seminar |

CPS121 | Introduction to Programming |

PHY121 or NSM202 | Introductory Physics I or The Scientific Enterprise |

All mathematics majors must also complete sixteen additional credits in mathematics at the 300 level or above, with no grade below C- in any course required for the major. Double majors with Computer Science or others with a special interest may occasionally take MAT 230 Discrete Structures in lieu of MAT 231.

**REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR IN MATHEMATICS**

To minor in mathematics a student must complete a minimum of 20 credits of mathematics courses chosen from the list of courses suitable for the major and selected in consultation with the department chair.

**REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DOUBLE MAJOR WITH EDUCATION**

Students seeking licensure as a teacher must complete all requirements for the mathematics major. In addition, MAT318, 332 and 335 are required for licensure.

**Upper-level Courses:**

Current regularly offered courses at the 300 level include the following:

- MAT325 Operations Research
- MAT318 Probability
- MAT319 (mathematical) Statistics
- MAT335 Algebraic Structures
- MAT338 Number Theory
- MAT353 Real Analysis
- MAT342 Numerical Analysis
- MAT332 Geometry

Occasionally offered topics courses have included Chaos and Complexity, Foundations of Mathematics, Complex Variables, Graph Theory and (200-level) Math of Voting and Choice.