# Requirements for the B.A. in Mathematics

# Requirements for the B.A. in Mathematics

A total of 120 hours is required to graduate with a B.A. in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The requirements for all students earning a B.A. in the College include the KU Core Curriculum, a laboratory or field experience, and proficiency in a language other than English. See: College B.A. Requirements.

## Mathematics Courses (30 credits)

- Calculus: through MATH 223 (13 credits)
- Linear Algebra: MATH 290 and 590, or 790 (5 credits)
- Analysis: MATH 500 or 765 (3 credits)
- One Sequence from List AB (6 credits)
- One or more electives, as needed, to bring up to 15 the total credit hours in mathematics courses numbered 300 and above (excluding Math 365 and Math 409)

## List AB

Sequences for Mathematics Courses Requirement #4:

- MATH 500 - 646 Intermediate Analysis and Complex Variables and Applications
- MATH 526 - 605 Applied Mathematical Statistics and Applied Regression Analysis
- MATH 526 - 611 Applied Mathematical Statistics and Fourier Analysis of Time Series
- MATH 540 - 558 Elementary Number Theory and Introductory Modern Algebra
- MATH 558 - 601 Introductory Modern Algebra and Algebraic Coding Theory
- MATH 581 - 591 Numerical Methods and Applied Numerical Linear Algebra
- MATH 590 - 790 Linear Algebra I and II
- MATH 627 - 628 Probability and Mathematical Theory of Statistics
- MATH 646 - 647 Complex Variables and Applications and Applied Partial Differential Equations
- MATH 647 - 648 Applied Partial Differential Equations and Calculus of Variations and Integral Equations
- MATH 660 - 661 Geometry I and II
- MATH 724 - 725 Combinatorial Mathematics and Graph Theory
- MATH 765 - 766 Mathematical Analysis I and II
- MATH 781 - 782 Numerical Analysis I and II
- MATH 790 - 791 Linear Algebra II and Modern Algebra I