# Mathematics (B.A.)

## Admission Requirements

High school mathematics through Algebra 2 / Trigonometry Regents is recommended.

## Program Requirements

Code | Title | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

General Education 23 Requirements | ||

33 credit hours | 33 | |

Mathematics Major Requirements (51 credit hours) | ||

Required Courses (39 credit hours) | ||

MAT 161 | CALCULUS I | 4 |

MAT 162 | CALCULUS II | 4 |

MAT 163 | USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS I | 1 |

MAT 164 | USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS II | 1 |

MAT 202 | INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA | 3 |

MAT 263 | CALCULUS III | 4 |

MAT 264 | USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS III | 1 |

MAT 270 | DISCRETE MATHEMATICS | 3 |

MAT 300 | TECHNIQUES OF PROOF | 3 |

MAT 301 | INTRODUCTION TO GROUP THEORY | 3 |

MAT 381 | PROBABILITY THEORY | 3 |

MAT 411 | COMPLEX VARIABLES | 3 |

MAT 417 | INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS I | 3 |

MAT 491 | CAPSTONE RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICS | 3 |

Electives Selected by Advisement (12 credit hours) | ||

Select four from the following: | 12 | |

ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II | ||

COMBINATORICS | ||

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | ||

INTERMEDIATE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | ||

ELEMENTARY THEORY OF NUMBERS | ||

APPLIED NETWORKS | ||

TOPICS IN MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS | ||

APPLIED STATISTICS I | ||

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTABILITY | ||

APPLICATIONS OF LINEAR ALGEBRA | ||

INTRODUCTION TO REAL ANALYSIS II | ||

SET THEORY | ||

MATHEMATICAL LOGIC | ||

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS | ||

INTRODUCTION TO TOPOLOGY | ||

STOCHASTIC PROCESSES | ||

APPLIED STATISTICS II | ||

SEMINAR (1-3) | ||

SPECIAL PROJECT (1-3) | ||

INDEPENDENT STUDY (3-12) | ||

All College Electives | ||

36 | 36 | |

Total Credit Hours | 120 |

Students will:

- master a rich and diverse set of mathematical ideas and techniques from across the core courses of single and multivariable calculus, discrete mathematics, linear algebra, probability, modern algebra, and real and complex analysis.
- understand the nature of proof and construct well-structured and valid mathematical arguments.
- choose appropriate mathematical approaches for analyzing new situations and solving multi-step and open-ended problems.
- communicate their mathematical ideas and results, both orally and in writing, with clarity and precision.
- use appropriate technology.