Description
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science is uniquely qualified to offer programs that blend theory and practice in an innovative way, preparing students for career options in academic, corporate, and government areas. Classes are deliberately structured to enable students who pursue a major in Mathematics or Computer Science to learn in concert with Engineering and Science majors. In this setting, the student’s appreciation of the inherent power and cohesiveness of mathematics is enhanced by the highlighted role that mathematics plays in all fields.
Degree Requirements
Mathematics Major  Bachelor of Science
This program gives students a scientifically oriented education in mathematics. In addition to the standard topics in mathematics, students select courses in advanced mathematics, statistics, computer science and/or other areas related to the department. Cooperative education is strongly recommended. Students must earn at least a C grade in each required course and have an overall 2.0 G.P.A. in the major. The major requirements are:

   cr.  rec./lec.  lab. 
MTH 141  Analytic Geometry and Calculus I   4  4  
MTH 142  Analytic Geometry and Calculus II   4  4  
MTH 241  Analytic Geometry and Calculus III   4  4  
MTH 276  Discrete Structures   3  3  
MTH 372  Differential Equations with Linear Algebra   4  4  
MTH 402  Linear Algebra with Applications   3  3  
MTH 405  Introduction to Modern Algebra I   3  3  
MTH 435  Modern Analysis I   3  3  
MTH 469  Seminar in Mathematics   3  3  
CSC 171  Introduction to Computer Science I   3  3  
ENL 303  Technical Writing   3  3  
Total: 37 Credits. Electives described below
Electives  flexibility and focus
To allow maximum flexibility to address personal interests and to focus on career oriented objectives, students choose seven courses as follows:
An additional six credits of mathematical electives from: 
   cr.  rec./lec.  lab. 
MTH 305  Mathematics of Compound Interest   3  3  
MTH 406  Introduction to Modern Algebra II   3  3  
MTH 410  Foundations of Mathematics   3  3  
MTH 415  Theory of Numbers   3  3  
MTH 423  Probability   3  3  
MTH 427  Applied Probability and Statistics   3  3  
MTH 428  Analysis of Variance   3  3  
MTH 436  Modern Analysis II   3  3  
MTH 437  Complex Variables   3  3  
MTH 455  Operations Research   3  3  
MTH 457  Regression Modeling   3  3  
MTH 458  Applied Analysis   3  3  
MTH 459  Model Building   3  3  
MTH 460  Graph Theory   3  3  
MTH 461  Transformational Geometry   3  3  
MTH 462  The Projective Plane   3  3  
MTH 466  Introduction to Topology   3  3  
CSC 172  Introduction to Computer Science II   3  3  
CSC 442  Comparative Programming Languages   3  3  
CSC 443  Data Structures   3  3  
CSC 445  Numerical Analysis   3  3  
CSC 449  Operating Systems   3  3  
Plus an additional 15 credits of electives in mathematics or in an area related to mathematics. These may include courses in mathematics, computer science, chemistry, physics, engineering, biology, economics, management science or other courses approved by the department.
