Mathematics

The Major in Mathematics

Bachelor of Science Degree

Note: All students seeking teacher licensure in Mathematics (7-12) must complete

this major.

The mathematics program is a part of the Division of Mathematics in the College of Liberal Arts.

A. Common Core (39 hours)

COE 101

ENG 101, 111, 201, 202

REL 111, 112

MTH 111 (or higher)

PHY 221, 221D, 221L

HIS 6 hours 200 Level

HEA 201

PED acti vity (1 hour)

B1. Program Core for students not seeking teacher licensure in Mathemati cs

(20-22 hours)

SAT 110

PHY 222, 222D, 222L

MTH 202 or 350

CSC 203 or 205 or 242 or 341

Two courses from SOC 111, PSY 111, PHI 211

PED acti vity (1 hour)

COE 401

B2. Program Core for students seeking teacher licensure in Mathemati cs (7-12)

(20-22 hours)

SAT 110

PHY 222, 222D, 222L

MTH 202 or 350

PSY 211

SOC 111

HEA 312

PED acti vity (1 hour)

COE 401 or EDU 445 (Separate Student Teaching Semester)

C1. Mathemati cs Major General (37 hours)

MTH 230, 231, 232, 320, 321, 341

MTH 335 or 421

MTH 311 or 342

MTH 350, 351 or 411, 412

3 hours of Mathemati cs courses numbered 300 or above

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C2. Mathemati cs Major with Licensure (37 hours)

MTH 230, 231, 232, 320, 321, 335, 341, 342, 411, 412

3 hours of Mathemati cs courses numbered 300 or above

D. Minor Required

Note: All students seeking licensure in Mathemati cs (7-12) must minor in

Professional Educati on (Subject Area).

E. Electi ve Courses