This area consists of a traditional Mathematics major. It serves well as a strong liberal arts major. With appropriate selection of the major options, it will give the student an adequate preparation for graduate study in mathematics.
I. Required courses in the major—39-40 hours, including:
At least 6 credit hours of courses at the 300-level or above, approved by the department chair, from disciplines in which mathematics plays a significant role.
III. Other departmental requirements:
Satisfactory performance on a comprehensive Mathematics exam and the satisfactory presentation of one seminar in MATH 480. Successful completion of MATH 480 demonstrates oral competency. Successful completion of CSCI 182 or 183 demonstrates computer competency.