Math Programs

Schedule of Courses 

Under Construction

Please contact Mathematics Advising and Career Planning Faculty and Staff for the most recent schedule of courses. 


Suggested Degree Plans by Concentration

Under Construction

Pure Math
Math Education
Applied Math
Math-Engineering Dual Degree Program

Please contact Mathematics Advising and Career Planning Faculty and Staff for the most recent suggested degree plans.


Electives by Math Concentration

Pure Math
Concentration

Math Education
Concentration

Applied and Dual Engineering Math
Concentration

ATH 4920: Math Education Practicum
MATH 3301: Discrete Math
MATH 3307: Differential Equations
MATH 3316: Problem Solving
MATH 3220: College Geometry
MATH 3320: Set Theory*
MATH 3110: Mathematical Logic*
MATH 4450: Complex Analysis
MATH 3234: Mathematical Cryptology
MATH 4210: Topology
MATH 3302: Number Theory
MATH 3460: Probability
MATH 4301: Combinatorics and Graph Theory
MATH 3470: Applied Statistics
MATH 3301: Discrete Math
MATH 3307: Differential Equations
MATH 2216: Calculus III*
MATH 3220: College Geometry*
MATH 4450: Complex Analysis
MATH 3234: Mathematical Cryptology
MATH 3302: Number Theory
MATH 3460: Probability
MATH 3450: Real Analysis
MATH 3330: Abstract Algebra
MATH 3301: Discrete Math
MATH 2220: Proof Writing
MATH 3316: Problem Solving
MATH 3110: Mathematical Logic
MATH 3450: Complex Analysis
MATH 3234: Mathematical Cryptology
MATH 3302: Number Theory
MATH 3460: Probability
MATH 4301: Combinatorics and Graph Theory
MATH 4920: Math Education Practicum
*If not taken as part of the upper division requirements


Note on Unrestrictive Electives

Students are welcome to take electives outside of their concentration. All decisions regarding electives should be made with the help of academic and faculty advising The number of unrestricted elective credits needed will vary depending on the number of credits that overlap between the general education requirements and the degree requirements, but students will need enough to earn enough college-level credits to reach a total of 124 semester credits.