The mathematics major consists of a minimum of 11 courses. Normally, the courses will be:
Five additional courses at the 200 or 300 level, at least two of which are at the 300 level. COMP 115 Robots, Games and Problem Solving may be used to fulfill one of the additional 200-level courses.
The department recommends that at least five courses be completed by the end of the second year. For those students who place out of calculus, the major consists of a minimum of 10 courses. Any additional course(s) needed to meet the minimum requirement will be determined in consultation with the department.
Students who are considering attending graduate school in mathematics are strongly encouraged to take both MATH 301 Real Analysis and MATH 321 Abstract Algebra. Students who are education minors and are student-teaching during spring of the senior year can substitute an additional 300-level course for the Senior Seminar with departmental approval.
Courses beyond MATH 104 used to fulfill the major requirements may not be taken on a pass/fail basis. To major in mathematics, a student needs at least a C+ for the average of her or his Calculus I and Calculus II grades.