BS in Mathematics
For the Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, a minimum of 38 credits of MATH courses, including those in a specific BS concentration must be completed. In addition 26 hours of course work is a specific related area must be included.
Pure Mathematics Concentration
The following courses must be included:
MATH 1840 Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or MATH 1860 Single Variable Calculus II
MATH 1890 Elementary Linear Algebra or MATH 2890 Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra
MATH 2850 Elementary Multivariable Calculus
MATH 2190 Foundations of Mathematics or MATH 3190 Introduction To Mathematical Analysis
Pure Mathematics Courses
MATH 2860 Elementary Differential Equations
MATH 4330 Abstract Algebra I
MATH 4820 Introduction To Real Analysis I
MATH 4880 Complex Variables
Select one of the following:
MATH 4300 Linear Algebra I
MATH 4450 Introduction To Topology I
MATH 4540 Classical Differential Geometry I
Select one of the following:
MATH 4830 Introduction To Real Analysis II
MATH 4340 Abstract Algebra II
Two advanced MATH courses for 6 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level approved by the advisor
RELATED COURSES IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
The 24 semester hours of related area course work should be chosen according to the interests of the student in view of his or her anticipated career in mathematics. These courses could be in Accounting, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Science, Engineering, Finance, Operations Analysis, Philosophy, Physics, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine and Life Sciences.
Choices include courses numbered 2000 to 4990 for the following departments: ACCT, ASTR, BUAD, BIOE, CHEE, CHEM, CIVE, EBUS, EEES, FINA, GEOL, IBUS, IE, INBT, INBY, ISOM, ME, MIME, MGMT, MKTG, NASC, PHYS, PSLS, and TE; plus BIOL 2150 to 2180, 3000 to 4000; ECON 1150, 1200, 2000 to 4990; EECS 1100 to 4990.
COMBINED BACHELORS'S TO MASTER's - BS to MA in Mathematics
Undergraduate students accepted to the BS to MA in Mathematics program option will be admitted to the MA in Mathematics and allowed to complete up to three graduate level classes (nine credit hours) during their final academic year of undergraduate studies. Students admitted into the pipeline program must apply for admission to the College of Graduate Studies for the semester that they intend to matriculate. They will then continue in to the graduate program upon completion of the undergraduate degree requirements. The graduate coursework (up to nine hours) may be applied to completion of both undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. It will be the joint responsibility of the faculty and administrators in the undergraduate and graduate programs to supervise students admitted to the combined program option, to ensure that the limit of nine hours taken as an undergraduate is strictly enforced, and to request that the College of Graduate Studies change their matriculation from Undergraduate to Graduate when they meet all undergraduate degree requirements.
The following provisions apply for classes taken for graduate credit: 1) graduate classes taken at The University of Toledo only after the student is accepted in the program, 2)
MATH 5330 Abstract Algebra I, MATH 5340Abstract Algebra II, MATH 5450 Introduction to Topology I, MATH 5460 Introduction to Topology II, MATH 5820 Introduction to Real Analysis I, MATH 5830 Introduction to Real Analysis II, MATH 5880 Introduction to Complex Variables, may be included in the approved nine semester hours of graduate credit taken as an undergraduate. Students interested in the combined program must submit a graduate admission application to the College of Graduate Studies.
Applied Mathematics Concentration
The following courses must be included:
MATH 1840 Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or MATH 1860 Single Variable Calculus II
MATH 1890 Elementary Linear Algebra or MATH 2890 Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra
MATH 2850 Elementary Multivariable Calculus
MATH 2190 Foundations of Mathematics or MATH 3190 Introduction To Mathematical Analysis
Applied Mathematics Courses:
MATH 3320 Introduction To Abstract Algebra or MATH 4330 Abstract Algebra I
MATH 2860 Elementary Differential Equations
MATH 4300 Linear Algebra I or MATH 4350 Applied Linear Algebra
MATH 4820 Introduction To Real Analysis I or MATH 4880 Complex Variables
Select one of the following two-semester sequences:
MATH 4710 Methods Of Numerical Analysis I & MATH 4720 Methods Of Numerical Analysis II
MATH 4740 Advanced Applied Mathematics I & MATH 4750 Advanced Applied Mathematics II
Select one of the following:
MATH 3610 Statistical Methods I
MATH 4680 Introduction To Theory Of Probability
MATH 4800 Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH 4810 Partial Differential Equations
MATH 4860 Calculus Of Variations And Optimal Control I
One advanced MATH elective course for 3 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level approved by the advisor.
RELATED COURSES IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
The 24 semester hours of related area course work should be chosen according to the interests of the student in view of his or her anticipated career in mathematics. These courses could be in Accounting, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Science, Engineering, Finance, Operations Analysis, Philosophy, Physics, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine and Life Sciences.
Choices include courses numbered 2000 to 4990 for the following departments: ACCT, ASTR, BUAD, BIOE, CHEE, CHEM, CIVE, EBUS, EEES, FINA, GEOL, IBUS, IE, INBT, INBY, ISOM, ME, MIME, MGMT, MKTG, NASC, PHYS, PSLS, and TE; plus BIOL 2150 to 2180, 3000 to 4000; ECON 1150, 1200, 2000 to 4990; EECS 1100 to 4990.
COMBINED BACHELORS'S TO MASTER's - BS to MS in Mathematics
Undergraduate students accepted to the BS to MS in Mathematics program option will be admitted to the MS in Mathematics with a concentration in Applied Mathematics and allowed to complete up to three graduate level classes (nine credit hours) during their final academic year of undergraduate studies. Students admitted into the pipeline program must apply for admission to the College of Graduate Studies for the semester that they intend to matriculate. They will then continue in to the graduate program upon completion of the undergraduate degree requirements. The graduate coursework (up to nine hours) may be applied to completion of both undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. It will be the joint responsibility of the faculty and administrators in the undergraduate and graduate programs to supervise students admitted to the combined program option, to ensure that the limit of nine hours taken as an undergraduate is strictly enforced, and to request that the College of Graduate Studies change their matriculation from Undergraduate to Graduate when they meet all undergraduate degree requirements.
The following provisions apply for classes taken for graduate credit: 1) graduate classes taken at The University of Toledo only after the student is accepted in the program, 2)
MATH 5710 Methods Of Numerical Analysis I, MATH 5720 Methods Of Numerical Analysis II, MATH 5820 Introduction to Real Analysis I, MATH 5830 Introduction to Real Analysis II, MATH 5880 Introduction to Complex Variables, MATH 5800 Ordinary Differential Equations, MATH 5810 Partial Differential Equations, may be included in the approved nine semester hours of graduate credit taken as an undergraduate. Students interested in the combined program must submit a graduate admission application to the College of Graduate Studies.
Statistics Concentration
The following courses must be included:
MATH 1840 Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or MATH 1860 Single Variable Calculus II
MATH 1890 Elementary Linear Algebra or MATH 2890 Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra
MATH 2850 Elementary Multivariable Calculus
MATH 2190 Foundations of Mathematics or MATH 3190 Introduction To Mathematical Analysis
Statistices Courses:
MATH 3610 Statistical Methods I
MATH 3620 Statistical Methods II
MATH 4350 Applied Linear Algebra
MATH 4600 Advanced Statistical Methods I
MATH 4610 Applications Of Statistics II
MATH 4680 Introduction To Theory Of Probability
MATH 4690 Introduction To Mathematical Statistics
MATH 2860 or one advanced MATH elective course for 3 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level approved by the advisor.
RELATED COURSES IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
The 24 semester hours of related area course work should be chosen according to the interests of the student in view of his or her anticipated career in mathematics. These courses could be in Accounting, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Science, Engineering, Finance, Operations Analysis, Philosophy, Physics, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine and Life Sciences.
Choices include courses numbered 2000 to 4990 for the following departments: ACCT, ASTR, BUAD, BIOE, CHEE, CHEM, CIVE, EBUS, EEES, FINA, GEOL, IBUS, IE, INBT, INBY, ISOM, ME, MIME, MGMT, MKTG, NASC, PHYS, PSLS, and TE; plus BIOL 2150 to 2180, 3000 to 4000; ECON 1150, 1200, 2000 to 4990; EECS 1100 to 4990.
COMBINED BACHELORS'S TO MASTER's - BS to MS in Mathematics
Undergraduate students accepted to the BS to MS in Mathematics program option will be admitted to the MS in Mathematics with a concentration in Statistics and allowed to complete up to three graduate level classes (nine credit hours) during their final academic year of undergraduate studies. Students admitted into the pipeline program must apply for admission to the College of Graduate Studies for the semester that they intend to matriculate. They will then continue in to the graduate program upon completion of the undergraduate degree requirements. The graduate coursework (up to nine hours) may be applied to completion of both undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. It will be the joint responsibility of the faculty and administrators in the undergraduate and graduate programs to supervise students admitted to the combined program option, to ensure that the limit of nine hours taken as an undergraduate is strictly enforced, and to request that the College of Graduate Studies change their matriculation from Undergraduate to Graduate when they meet all undergraduate degree requirements.
The following provisions apply for classes taken for graduate credit: 1) graduate classes taken at The University of Toledo only after the student is accepted in the program, 2)
MATH 5600Advanced Statistics Methods I, MATH 5610 Advanced Statistical Methods II, MATH 5620 Linear Statistics Models, MATH 5640 Statistical Computing, MATH 5680 Introduction to the Theory of Probability, MATH 5690 Introduction to Mathematics Statistics, may be included in the approved nine semester hours of graduate credit taken as an undergraduate. Students interested in the combined program must submit a graduate admission application to the College of Graduate Studies.
Mathematics with Computer Science Concentration
The following courses must be included:
MATH 1840 Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or MATH 1860 Single Variable Calculus II
MATH 1890 Elementary Linear Algebra or MATH 2890 Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra
MATH 2850 Elementary Multivariable Calculus
MATH 2190 Foundations of Mathematics or MATH 3190 Introduction To Mathematical Analysis
Computer Science Courses:
MATH 2860 Elementary Differential Equations
MATH 4380 Discrete Structures And Analysis Of Algorithms
MATH 4710 Methods Of Numerical Analysis I
MATH 3320 Introduction To Abstract Algebra or MATH 4330 Abstract Algebra I
MATH 4820 Introduction To Real Analysis I or MATH 4880 Complex Variables
Select one of the following:
MATH 4350 Applied Linear Algebra
MATH 4720 Methods Of Numerical Analysis II
Two advanced MATH courses for 6 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level approved by the advisor
The related area courses should include a total of 18 hours in EECS courses from EECS 1100 - EECS 4990. At least two of these courses should be from EECS 2500 or the 3000 or 4000 level as approved by the advisor.
RELATED COURSES IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
The 24 semester hours of related area course work should be chosen according to the interests of the student in view of his or her anticipated career in mathematics. These courses could be in Accounting, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Science, Engineering, Finance, Operations Analysis, Philosophy, Physics, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine and Life Sciences.
Choices include courses numbered 2000 to 4990 for the following departments: ACCT, ASTR, BUAD, BIOE, CHEE, CHEM, CIVE, EBUS, EEES, FINA, GEOL, IBUS, IE, INBT, INBY, ISOM, ME, MIME, MGMT, MKTG, NASC, PHYS, PSLS, and TE; plus BIOL 2150 to 2180, 3000 to 4000; ECON 1150, 1200, 2000 to 4990; EECS 1100 to 4990.
COMBINED BACHELORS'S TO MASTER's - BS to MS in Mathematics
Undergraduate students accepted to the BS to MS in Mathematics program option will be admitted to the MS in Mathematics with a concentration in Applied Mathematics and allowed to complete up to three graduate level classes (nine credit hours) during their final academic year of undergraduate studies. Students admitted into the pipeline program must apply for admission to the College of Graduate Studies for the semester that they intend to matriculate. They will then continue in to the graduate program upon completion of the undergraduate degree requirements. The graduate coursework (up to nine hours) may be applied to completion of both undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. It will be the joint responsibility of the faculty and administrators in the undergraduate and graduate programs to supervise students admitted to the combined program option, to ensure that the limit of nine hours taken as an undergraduate is strictly enforced, and to request that the College of Graduate Studies change their matriculation from Undergraduate to Graduate when they meet all undergraduate degree requirements.
The following provisions apply for classes taken for graduate credit: 1) graduate classes taken at The University of Toledo only after the student is accepted in the program, 2)
MATH 5710 Methods Of Numerical Analysis I, MATH 5720 Methods Of Numerical Analysis II, MATH 5820 Introduction to Real Analysis I, MATH 5830 Introduction to Real Analysis II, MATH 5880 Introduction to Complex Variables, MATH 5800 Ordinary Differential Equations, MATH 5810 Partial Differential Equations, may be included in the approved nine semester hours of graduate credit taken as an undergraduate. Students interested in the combined program must submit a graduate admission application to the College of Graduate Studies.
Actuarial Sciences Concentration
The following courses must be included:
MATH 1840 Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or MATH 1860 Single Variable Calculus II
MATH 1890 Elementary Linear Algebra or MATH 2890 Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra
MATH 2850 Elementary Multivariable Calculus
MATH 2190 Foundations of Mathematics or MATH 3190 Introduction To Mathematical Analysis
Actuarial Science Courses:
MATH 3610 Statistical Methods I
MATH 3620 Statistical Methods II
MATH 2860 Elementary Differential Equations
MATH 4620 Theory Of Interest
MATH 4680 Introduction To Theory Of Probability
MATH 4690 Introduction To Mathematical Statistics
MATH 4760 Actuarial Mathematics I
MATH 4770 Actuarial Mathematics II
The related area courses should include the following:
ECON 1150 Principles Of Macroeconomics
ECON 1200 Principles Of Microeconomics
BUAD 1020 Micro-Computer Applications In Business
BUAD 2040 Financial Accounting Information
BUAD 2050 Accounting For Business Decision-Making
BUAD 3040 Principles Of Financial Management
FINA 3600 Risk Management
INFS 3150 Principles Of Structured Computer Programming And Problem Solving
RELATED COURSES IN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
The 24 semester hours of related area course work should be chosen according to the interests of the student in view of his or her anticipated career in mathematics. These courses could be in Accounting, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Science, Engineering, Finance, Operations Analysis, Philosophy, Physics, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine and Life Sciences.
Choices include courses numbered 2000 to 4990 for the following departments: ACCT, ASTR, BUAD, BIOE, CHEE, CHEM, CIVE, EBUS, EEES, FINA, GEOL, IBUS, IE, INBT, INBY, ISOM, ME, MIME, MGMT, MKTG, NASC, PHYS, PSLS, and TE; plus BIOL 2150 to 2180, 3000 to 4000; ECON 1150, 1200, 2000 to 4990; EECS 1100 to 4990.
COMBINED BACHELORS'S TO MASTER's - BS to MS in Mathematics
Undergraduate students accepted to the BS to MS in Mathematics program option will be admitted to the MS in Mathematics with a concentration in Statistics and allowed to complete up to three graduate level classes (nine credit hours) during their final academic year of undergraduate studies. Students admitted into the pipeline program must apply for admission to the College of Graduate Studies for the semester that they intend to matriculate. They will then continue in to the graduate program upon completion of the undergraduate degree requirements. The graduate coursework (up to nine hours) may be applied to completion of both undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. It will be the joint responsibility of the faculty and administrators in the undergraduate and graduate programs to supervise students admitted to the combined program option, to ensure that the limit of nine hours taken as an undergraduate is strictly enforced, and to request that the College of Graduate Studies change their matriculation from Undergraduate to Graduate when they meet all undergraduate degree requirements.
The following provisions apply for classes taken for graduate credit: 1) graduate classes taken at The University of Toledo only after the student is accepted in the program, 2)
MATH 5600Advanced Statistics Methods I, MATH 5610 Advanced Statistical Methods II, MATH 5620 Linear Statistics Models, MATH 5640 Statistical Computing, MATH 5680 Introduction to the Theory of Probability, MATH 5690 Introduction to Mathematics Statistics may be included in the approved nine semester hours of graduate credit taken as an undergraduate. Students interested in the combined program must submit a graduate admission application to the College of Graduate Studies.
Data Science Concentration
The following courses must be included:
MATH 1840 Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or MATH 1860 Single Variable Calculus II
MATH 1890 Elementary Linear Algebra or MATH 2890 Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra
MATH 2850 Elementary Multivariable Calculus
MATH 2190 Foundations of Mathematics or MATH 3190 Introduction To Mathematical Analysis
Data Scinece Courses:
MATH 1980 Topics in Mathematics: Intro to Data Science
MATH 2860 Elementary Differential Equations
MATH 3610 Statistical Methods I
MATH 3620 Statistical Methods II
MATH 4350 Applied Linear Algebra
MATH 4600 Advanced Statistical Methods I
MATH 4610 Applications Of Statistics II
MATH 4640 Statistical Computing
MATH 4680 Introduction To Theory Of Probability
MATH 4690 Introduction To Mathematical Statistics
MATH 4940 Internship
The related area courses should include the following:
PHIL 1010 Introduction to Logic
EECS 1510 Object Oriented Programming
EECS 2500 Linear Data Structures
EECS 2510 Nonlinear Data Structures
EECS 2520 Discrete Structures
EECS 4560 Database Structure
EECS 4590 Algorithms
EECS 4740 Artificial Intelligence
EECS 4750 Machine Learning
Related Courses in Bachelor of Science
The 26 semester hours of related area course work should be chosen according to the interests of the student in view of his or her anticipated career in mathematics. These courses could be in Accounting, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Environmental Science, Engineering, Finance, Operations Analysis, Philosophy, Physics, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Medicine and Life Sciences.
Choices include courses numbered 2000 to 4990 for the following departments: ACCT, ASTR, BUAD, BIOE, CHEE, CHEM, CIVE, EBUS, EEES, FINA, GEOL, IBUS, IE, INBT, INBY, ISOM, ME, MIME, MGMT, MKTG, NASC, PHYS, PSLS, and TE; plus BIOL 2150 to 2180, 3000 to 4000; ECON 1150, 1200, 2000 to 4990; EECS 1100 to 4990.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS
- Pure Mathematics Concentration
- Applied Mathematics Concentration
- Statistics Concentration
- Mathematics With Computer Science Concentration
- Actuarial Sciences Concentration
- Data Science Concentration
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Concentration: Pure Mathematics
Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
First Term | Hours | |
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NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Science Core Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 3 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 3320 | Introduction To Abstract Algebra ^{1} | 3 |
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
Related Field | 4 | |
Hours | 13 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4330 or MATH 4820 | Abstract Algebra I or Introduction To Real Analysis I | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Elective | 3 | |
Related Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4880 | Complex Variables | 3 |
MATH 4340 or MATH 4830 | Abstract Algebra II or Introduction To Real Analysis II | 3 |
Social Sciences Core/NSM Science Elective | 6 | |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 4820 or MATH 4330 | Introduction To Real Analysis I or Abstract Algebra I | 3 |
Select one of the folowing: | 3 | |
Introduction To Topology I | ||
Linear Algebra I | ||
Classical Differential Geometry I | ||
Advanced Math Elective | 3 | |
Related Electives | 6 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
Advanced Math Elective | 3 | |
Elective ^{1} | 3 | |
Related Electives | 9 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Total Hours | 120 |
Below is the plan of study for BS to MA in Mathematics pipeline program. For more information on course selection consult with you advisor.
First Term | Hours | |
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NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Sciences Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 3 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Related Fields | 3 | |
Hours | 13 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4330 | Abstract Algebra I (or MATH 4820 Intro to Real Analysis I or MATH 4450 Intro to Topology I) | 3 |
MATH 4300 | Linear Algebra I | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Elective | 3 | |
Related Fields | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4340 | Abstract Algebra II (or MATH 4830 Intro to Real Analysis II or MATH 4460 Intro to Topology II) | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Non-major | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 5330 | Abstract Algebra I (or MATH 5450 Intro to Topology I or MATH 5830 Intro to Real Analysis I) | 3 |
Advanced Math Electives | 6 | |
Related Fields | 6 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 5340 | Abstract Algebra II (or MATH 5460 Intro to Topology II or MATH 5830 Intro to Real Analysis II) | 3 |
MATH 5880 | Complex Variables | 3 |
Related Fields or Electives | 9 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Ninth Term | ||
Summer Semester | ||
Graduate Summer Topics Class | 3 | |
Hours | 3 | |
Tenth Term | ||
MATH 6800 | Real Analysis I (or MATH6300 Algebra I or MATH 6400 Topology I) | 3 |
MATH 5820 | Introduction To Real Analysis I (or MATH 5330 Abstract Algebra I or MATH 5450 Intro to Topology I) | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Eleventh Term | ||
MATH 6810 | Real Analysis II (or MATH 6310 Algebra II or MATH6410 Topology II) | 3 |
MATH 5830 | Introduction To Real Analysis II (or MATH 5340 Abstract Algebra II or MATH 5460 Intro to Topology II) | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 141 |
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Recommended 3000/4000 elective
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Concentration: Applied Mathematics
Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Sciences Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 3320 | Introduction To Abstract Algebra (or Related Field or Elective) ^{1} | 3 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4710 or MATH 4740 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis I or Advanced Applied Mathematics I | 3 |
MATH 4330 | Abstract Algebra I (or Related Field or Elective) | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 13 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4720 or MATH 4750 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis II or Advanced Applied Mathematics II | 3 |
MATH 4880 or MATH 4820 | Complex Variables or Introduction To Real Analysis I | 3 |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 4820 or MATH 4880 | Introduction To Real Analysis I (or Related Field or Elective) or Complex Variables | 3 |
Select one of the following: | 3 | |
Statistical Methods I | ||
Introduction To Theory Of Probability | ||
Ordinary Differential Equations | ||
Partial Differential Equations | ||
Calculus Of Variations And Optimal Control I | ||
MATH 4350 or MATH 4300 | Applied Linear Algebra or Linear Algebra I | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 4300 or MATH 4350 | Linear Algebra I ( or Related Field or Elective) or Applied Linear Algebra | 3 |
Math Elective 3000-4000 Level | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Total Hours | 120 |
Below is the plan of study for students in the BS to MS program. Consult your advisor for the exact sequencing of courses.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Science Core | 4 | |
Natural Science Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
Natural Science Core | 4 | |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Art/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 3320 or MATH 4330 | Introduction To Abstract Algebra (or Related Field or Elective) or Abstract Algebra I | 3 |
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
Art/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4710 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis I | 3 |
MATH 4330 or MATH 3320 | Abstract Algebra I (or Related Field or Elective) or Introduction To Abstract Algebra | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4720 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis II | 3 |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Non Departmental Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 5820 | Introduction To Real Analysis I | 3 |
MATH 4300 or MATH 4350 | Linear Algebra I (or Related Field or Elective) or Applied Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 4800 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 6 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 4350 or MATH 4300 | Applied Linear Algebra (0r Related Field or Elective) or Linear Algebra I | 3 |
MATH 5830 | Introduction To Real Analysis II | 3 |
MATH 5810 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 6 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Ninth Term | ||
Summer Semester | ||
MATH 6980 | Topics In Mathematical Sciences | 3 |
Hours | 3 | |
Tenth Term | ||
MATH 6500 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 6 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Eleventh Term | ||
MATH 6510 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 5880 | Complex Variables | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 141 |
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May take MATH 4330 instead in fall semester.
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Concentration: Computer Science
Below is a sample program of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
First Term | Hours | |
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NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Science Core | 4 | |
Natural Science Core Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Natural Science Core | 4 | |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 3320 or MATH 4330 | Introduction To Abstract Algebra (or Related Field or Elective) or Abstract Algebra I | 3 |
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
EECS elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4710 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis I | 3 |
MATH 4330 or MATH 3320 | Abstract Algebra I (or Related Field or Elective) or Introduction To Abstract Algebra | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
EECS elective | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4720 or MATH 4350 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis II or Applied Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 4880 or MATH 4820 | Complex Variables (or Related Field or Elective) or Introduction To Real Analysis I | 3 |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
EECS elective | 3 | |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 4380 | Discrete Structures And Analysis Of Algorithms | 3 |
EECS 2500 | Linear Data Structures (or EECS 3000- 4000 level) | 4 |
MATH 4820 or MATH 4880 | Introduction To Real Analysis I (or Math Elective 3000-4000 Level) or Complex Variables | 3 |
EECS elective | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Eighth Term | ||
Math Elective 3000-4000 Level | 3 | |
EECS 3000-4000 level course or EECS 2500 | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Total Hours | 120 |
Below is the plan of study for students in the BS to MS program. Consult your advisor for the exact sequencing of courses.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Sciences Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 3320 or MATH 4330 | Introduction To Abstract Algebra (or Related Field or Elective) or Abstract Algebra I | 3 |
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
EECS Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4710 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis I | 3 |
MATH 4330 or MATH 3320 | Abstract Algebra I (or Related Field or Elective) or Introduction To Abstract Algebra | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
EECS Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4720 | Methods Of Numerical Analysis II | 3 |
MATH 4880 or MATH 4820 | Complex Variables (or Related Field or Elective) or Introduction To Real Analysis I | 3 |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
EECS Elective | 3 | |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 4380 | Discrete Structures And Analysis Of Algorithms | 3 |
EECS 2500 | Linear Data Structures (or EECS 3000-4000 level course) | 4 |
MATH 5820 | Introduction To Real Analysis I | 3 |
MATH 4800 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 5830 | Introduction To Real Analysis II | 3 |
MATH 5810 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 4350 | Applied Linear Algebra | 3 |
EECS 3000-4000 level course or EECS 2500 | 3 | |
Elective or related field | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Ninth Term | ||
Summer Semester | ||
Graduate Summer Topics Class | 3 | |
Hours | 3 | |
Tenth Term | ||
MATH 6500 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Eleventh Term | ||
MATH 6510 | Partial Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 5880 | Complex Variables | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 141 |
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Concentration: Statistics
Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Sciences Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
MATH 3610 | Statistical Methods I | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 3620 | Statistical Methods II | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4680 | Introduction To Theory Of Probability | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4690 | Introduction To Mathematical Statistics | 3 |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 4600 | Advanced Statistical Methods I | 3 |
Math Elective 3000-4000 Level | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 4350 | Applied Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 4610 | Applications Of Statistics II | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Total Hours | 120 |
Below is the plan of study for students in the BS to MS program. Consult your advisor for the exact sequencing of courses.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Sciences Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
MATH 3610 | Statistical Methods I | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 3620 | Statistical Methods II | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Social Sciences Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4680 | Introduction To Theory Of Probability | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Arts and Humanities Core | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4690 | Introduction To Mathematical Statistics | 3 |
Writing Across the Curriculum(WAC) | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 5600 | Advanced Statistical Methods I | 3 |
MATH 4640 | Statistical Computing | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 4350 | Applied Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 5610 | Advanced Statistical Methods II | 3 |
MATH 5620 | Linear Statistical Models | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 12 | |
Ninth Term | ||
Summer Semester | ||
Graduate Summer Topics Classes | 6 | |
Hours | 6 | |
Tenth Term | ||
MATH 6620 | Categorical Data Analysis | 3 |
MATH 6630 | Nonparametric Statistics | 3 |
MATH 6650 | Statistical Inference | 3 |
Hours | 9 | |
Eleventh Term | ||
MATH 5630 | Theory And Methods Of Sample Surveys | 3 |
MATH 6690 | Multivariate Statistics | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 144 |
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Concentration: Actuarial Science
Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators ^{1} or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
ECON 1150 | Principles Of Macroeconomics | 3 |
Hours | 12 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
ECON 1200 | Principles Of Microeconomics | 3 |
BUAD 1020 | Micro-Computer Applications In Business | 3 |
Hours | 16 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 4680 | Introduction To Theory Of Probability | 3 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
BUAD 2040 | Financial Accounting Information | 3 |
Natural Science Core | 4 | |
Natural Science Core Laboratory | 1 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 4690 | Introduction To Mathematical Statistics | 3 |
MATH 4620 | Theory Of Interest (For actuarial FM exam) | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Natural Science Core | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 3610 | Statistical Methods I | 3 |
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
BUAD 2050 | Accounting For Business Decision-Making | 3 |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 3620 | Statistical Methods II | 3 |
BUAD 3040 | Principles Of Financial Management | 3 |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 4760 | Actuarial Mathematics I | 3 |
FINA 3600 | Risk Management | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 4770 | Actuarial Mathematics II | 3 |
INFS 3150 | Principles Of Structured Computer Programming And Problem Solving | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 9 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Total Hours | 120 |
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Actuarial Science students need to start in Calculus II or may take MATH 2850 in the summer.
Below is the plan of study for students in the BS to MS program. Consult your advisor for the exact sequencing of courses.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
ECON 1150 | Principles Of Macroeconomics | 3 |
Hours | 12 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 1890 or MATH 2890 | Elementary Linear Algebra or Numerical Methods And Linear Algebra | 3 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
ECON 1200 | Principles Of Microeconomics | 3 |
BUAD 1020 | Micro-Computer Applications In Business | 3 |
Hours | 16 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 4680 | Introduction To Theory Of Probability | 3 |
MATH 3190 or MATH 2190 | Introduction To Mathematical Analysis or Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
BUAD 2040 | Financial Accounting Information | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Sciences Laboratory | 1 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 4690 | Introduction To Mathematical Statistics | 3 |
MATH 4620 | Theory Of Interest | 3 |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Natural Science Core | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 4760 | Actuarial Mathematics I | 3 |
BUAD 2050 | Accounting For Business Decision-Making | 3 |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4770 | Actuarial Mathematics II | 3 |
BUAD 3040 | Principles Of Financial Management | 3 |
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) | 3 | |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 5600 | Advanced Statistical Methods I | 3 |
MATH 4640 | Statistical Computing | 3 |
FINA 3600 | Risk Management | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 5610 | Advanced Statistical Methods II | 3 |
MATH 5620 | Linear Statistical Models | 3 |
INFS 3150 | Principles Of Structured Computer Programming And Problem Solving | 3 |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Related Field or Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Ninth Term | ||
Summer Semester | ||
Graduate Summer Topics Courses | 6 | |
Hours | 6 | |
Tenth Term | ||
MATH 6620 | Categorical Data Analysis | 3 |
MATH 6630 | Nonparametric Statistics | 3 |
MATH 6650 | Statistical Inference | 3 |
Hours | 9 | |
Eleventh Term | ||
MATH 5630 | Theory And Methods Of Sample Surveys | 3 |
MATH 6690 | Multivariate Statistics | 3 |
Graduate Math Elective | 3 | |
Hours | 9 | |
Total Hours | 144 |
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Concentration: Data Science
Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.
First Term | Hours | |
---|---|---|
NSM 1000 | Natural Sciences & Mathematics | 2 |
MATH 1830 or MATH 1850 | Calculus I For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus I | 4 |
ENGL 1110 | College Composition I | 3 |
PHIL 1010 | Introduction To Logic | 3 |
Natural Sciences Core | 4 | |
Natural Science Core Laboratory | 1 | |
Hours | 17 | |
Second Term | ||
MATH 1840 or MATH 1860 | Calculus II For Mathematicians, Scientists And Educators or Single Variable Calculus II | 4 |
MATH 1980 | Topics In Mathematics (Intro to Data Science) | 1 |
EECS 1510 | Introduction To Object Oriented Programming | 3 |
ENGL 1130 | College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse | 3 |
Diversity of US | 3 | |
Hours | 14 | |
Third Term | ||
MATH 1890 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 2850 | Elementary Multivariable Calculus | 4 |
MATH 3610 | Statistical Methods I | 3 |
EECS 2500 | Linear Data Structures | 3 |
Non-US Diversity | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Fourth Term | ||
MATH 2190 | Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |
MATH 2860 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |
MATH 3620 | Statistical Methods II | 3 |
EECS 2510 | Non-Linear Data Structures | 3 |
EECS 2520 | Discrete Structures | 3 |
Hours | 15 | |
Fifth Term | ||
MATH 4680 | Introduction To Theory Of Probability | 3 |
MATH 4640 | Statistical Computing | 3 |
EECS 4560 | Database Management Systems | 3 |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Sixth Term | ||
MATH 4350 | Applied Linear Algebra | 3 |
MATH 4690 | Introduction To Mathematical Statistics | 3 |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
NSM Science Elective | 4 | |
Arts/Humanities Core | 3 | |
Hours | 16 | |
Seventh Term | ||
MATH 4600 | Advanced Statistical Methods I | 3 |
EECS 4750 | Machine Learning | 3 |
EECS 4590 | Algorithms | 3 |
EECS 4740 | Artificial Intelligence | 3 |
Social Science Core | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Eighth Term | ||
MATH 4610 | Applications Of Statistics II | 3 |
EECS Elective | 3 | |
MATH 4940 | Internship in the Mathematical Sciences | 3 |
Elective | 3 | |
Elective (WAC) | 3 | |
Hours | 15 | |
Total Hours | 124 |
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Recommended 3000/4000 elective
- PLO 1. Students will produce and judge the validity of rigorous mathematical arguments.
- PLO 2. Students will explain and illustrate mathematical ideas and arguments.
- PLO 3. Students will read and construct mathematical proofs.
- PLO 4. Students will construct proofs and/or derivations of mathematical statements.