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Mathematics

A Mathematics degree provides you with the ability to think logically and solve problems. These are essential skills needed to be successful in graduate school, professional school, or in the work force.

What You'll Study

These mathematics courses help to prepare you for courses in your major or minor, as well as strengthen mathematical and logical reasoning skills useful in daily life.

 

 

What's Next?

A Mathematics minor makes you more marketable in many fields, especially business, economics and education.

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Major Requirements

Prerequisite Courses
10 Credits
MAT
201
Calculus I
MAT
202
Calculus II
MAT
203
Calculus III
MAT
223
Statistics
MAT
323
Statistics II
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Mathematics Courses
38 Credits
MAT
312
Modern Geometry
MAT
322
Probability Theory
MAT
331
Abstract Algebra
MAT
335
Number Theory
MAT
361
Linear Algebra
MAT
368
Discrete Mathematics
MAT
371
Differential Equations
MAT
381
History of Mathematics
MAT
401
Real Analysis
MAT
403
Numerical Analysis
MAT
340/440
Selected Topics
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Minor Requirements

Required Courses
18 Credit Hours
MAT
201
Calculus I
MAT
202
Calculus II
MAT
203
Calculus III
MAT
223
Statistics
MAT
323
Statistics II
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Elective Courses
6 Credit Hours (Choose 2)
MAT
312
Modern Geometry
MAT
322
Probability Theory
MAT
331
Abstract Algebra
MAT
335
Number Theory
MAT
361
Linear Algebra
MAT
368
Discrete Mathematics
MAT
371
Differential Equations
MAT
381
History of Mathematics
MAT
401
Real Analysis
MAT
403
Numerical Analysis
MAT
340/440
Selected Topics
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