
Undergraduate Programs: this is an outdated list
Dr. Ali Hajjafar
is the current coordinator of the Mathematics Division.
Please contact him via email for any additional
information.
 3450: Mathematics
 Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Arts
 The General Education requirement and the second
year of a foreign language.
 At least 34 credits, including:
3450:221,2,3 
Analytic GeometryCalculus I, II,
III 
12 
3450:307 
Fundamental of Advanced
Mathematics 
3 
3450:312 
Linear Algebra 
3 
3450:411 
Abstract Algebra I 
3 
3450:421 
Advanced Calculus I 
3 
3480:209 
Introduction to Computer Science* 
4 
 Choose at least one of the following two courses:
3450:412 
Abstract Algebra II 
3 
3450:422 
Advanced Calculus II 
3 
 Choose at least one of the following three courses:
3470:450 
Probability 
3 
3470:451 
Theoretical Statistics 
3 
3470:461 
Applied Statistics I 
4 
 ElectivesApproved 300/400level courses in
mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics
or computer science.
All students should consult with their advisors for
selection of appropriate elective.
 Students interested in graduate study should include
the following courses in their program:
3450:412 
Abstract Algebra II 
3 
3450:422 
Advanced Calculus II 
3 
3450:425 
Complex Variables 
3 
3450:445 
Introduction to Topology 
3 
 Students seeking licensure in secondary education to
teach mathematics must complete the following electives:
3450:401 
History of Mathematics 
3 
3450:441 
Geometry 
3 
3470:450 
Probability 
3 
3470:461 
Applied Statistics 
4 
 Students interested in computer science should include
the following electives:
3450:415 
Combinatorics and Graph Theory 
3 
3450:427 
Applied Numerical Methods I 
3 
3460:210,316 
Data Structures and Algorithms I,
II 
7 
Choice of one:
3450:413 
Theory of Numbers 
3 
3450:410 
Advanced Linear Algebra 
3 
 