Bachelor of Arts, Major in Mathematics

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Mathematics
Core Curriculum
Component Area I (Communication)6
Component Area II (Mathematics)3
Component Area III (Life and Physical Science)8
Component Area IV (Language, Philosophy, and Culture)3
Component Area V (Creative Arts)3
Component Area VI (U.S. History)6
Component Area VII (Political Science/Government)6
Component Area VIII (Social and Behavioral Sciences)3
Component Area IX (Component Area Option)4
Degree Specific Requirements
COSC 1436Programming Fundamentals I4
ENGL 2332Wrld Lit I: Before 17 Century 13
PHIL 2303Critical Thinking 23
PHYS 1411Introduction To Physics I 34
or PHYS 1422 Introduction To Physics II
Science Course for Science Majors from Component Area III list4
WOLC 1411
WOLC 1412
WOLC 2311
WOLC 2312
Beginning Foreign Language I
and Beginning Foreign Language II
and Intermediate Foreign Language
and Intermed Foreign Language II 4
Major Core
MATH 1420Calculus I 54
MATH 1430Calculus II4
MATH 2440Calculus III4
MATH 3300Introduction to Math Thought3
MATH 3377Intro to Linear Alg & Matrics3
MATH 4361Introductory Analysis3
MATH 4366Elementary Analysis3
MATH 4371Thry & Appl of Prob & Stat I3
MATH 4377Algebraic Structures3
Advanced MATH electives 612
Minor (Including 6 advanced hrs)18
Electives (Including 6 advanced hrs)7
Total Hours120

The following courses can only be used as required advanced electives by students who are seeking elementary/middle school teacher certification:

Required Advanced Electives: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Certification
MATH 3380Historical Perspec of Math3
MATH 3381Intro - Foundation of Math III3
MATH 3383Geometric Meas./Transformation3
MATH 3384Foundations of Mathematics3
MATH 3386Fundmtls of Probability/Stats3
MATH 3387Problem Solving-Middle Sch Mth3

The following courses can only be used as required advanced electives by students who are seeking secondary teacher certification:

Required Advanced Electives: Secondary Teacher Certification
MATH 4384Survey of Mathematical Ideas3
MATH 4385Mathematical Problem Solving3

Students should use the minor and advanced general electives to complete the 42-advanced hour requirement for graduation.

In order to satisfy the Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area II (Life and Physical Science), except for the Department of Physics, the student must take classes from the following:

Courses for Science Majors

Course Requirements
BIOL 1411General Botany4
BIOL 1413General Zoology4
BIOL 2401Human Anatomy4
CHEM 1411General Chemistry I4
CHEM 1412General Chemistry II4
Any lab course from Geology or Geography
First Year
Component Area III (Science Course for Science Major)4ENGL 130213
ENGL 130113HIST 130223
HIST 130123MATH 14304
MATH 142034PHYS 1411 or 142244
 14 14
Second Year
MATH 24404MATH 33773
MATH 33003Minor Course3
POLS 230553PHIL 230363
WOLC 14114POLS 230653
 WOLC 14124
 14 16
Third Year
ENGL 233273COSC 14364
MATH 43613MATH 43663
MATH 43713 MATH Advanced Elective103
Minor Course (Advanced)83Minor Course3
WOLC 231193WOLC 23123
 15 16
Fourth Year
Component Area V3MATH Advanced Elective103
MATH Advanced Elective103MATH Advanced Elective103
MATH 43773Advanced Minor Course3
Advanced Elective3Minor Course3
Minor Course3Advanced Elective3
 15 16
Total Hours: 120