Pure Mathematics Concentration, Mathematical Sciences (BA)

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This concentration provides a broad mathematical exposure for students who are interested in studying and/or doing mathematical research at the graduate level.

Course Requirements

Course Title Quarter Hours
MAT 216FOUNDATIONS OF ADVANCED MATHEMATICS4
Select three of the following:12
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II
REAL ANALYSIS I
REAL ANALYSIS II
Select three additional mathematics courses from the following:12
HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS
COMBINATORICS
THEORY OF NUMBERS
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA III
GEOMETRY I
GEOMETRY II
REAL ANALYSIS II
COMPLEX ANALYSIS
TOPOLOGY
APPLIED STATISTICAL METHODS
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS II
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS III
ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA
LOGIC AND SET THEORY
MATHEMATICAL MODELING
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS II
Data Analysis requirement, which can be satisfied via one of the following:
One of the following electives: MAT 137, MAT 242, MAT 341, MAT 348, IT 223, PSY 240, BIO 206, ENV 260, OR SOC 279

Open Electives

Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.

Recommended Course Selections

For students interested in graduate study in mathematics:

Course Title Quarter Hours
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA I
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II
ABSTRACT ALGEBRA III
REAL ANALYSIS I
REAL ANALYSIS II
COMPLEX ANALYSIS

For students interested in graduate study in economics, finance, or statistics:

Course Title Quarter Hours
REAL ANALYSIS I
REAL ANALYSIS II
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS I
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS II
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS III