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Outline to Graduate

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Whether you're an incoming freshman or a transfer student, we've designed a curriculum you can complete to graduate on time.

To complete our B.S. in Mathematics degree, you will complete 39 credit hours in foundational, intermediate, advanced, and capstone courses:

Foundational courses
MATH 191 - Calculus I (4 credits)
MATH 220 - Logic & Proof (3 credits)

Intermediate courses
MATH 192 - Calculus II (4 credits, prerequisite: MATH 191)
MATH 290 - Linear Algebra (3 credits, prerequisite: MATH 191)
MATH 300 - Probability & Statistics (3 credits, prerequisite: MATH 191)

Advanced courses
MATH 291 - Calculus III (4 credits, prerequisite: MATH 192)
MATH 301 - Statistical Modeling (3 credits, prerequisite: MATH 300)
MATH 320 - Differential Equations (3 credits, prerequisite: MATH 290)
MATH 370 - Real Analysis (3 credits; prerequisite: MATH 192, 220, 290)
MATH 380 - Abstract Algebra (3 credits; prerequisite: MATH 220 or 290)

Capstone courses
MATH 390 - Mathematical Programming (3 credits)
MATH 400 - Topics in Mathematics (3 credits) or MATH 340 - Secondary Math Methods (3 credits)

Students wishing to earn a secondary teaching license with an endorsement to teach mathematics (grades 5-12) will complete an additional 40 credit hours in required coursework.