# 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 general education requirements are set by the College, and account for approximately 66 credits (not counting mathematics courses). The B.A. in Mathematics requires 30 credits of mathematics courses. The remaining credits are electives.

## 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)

MATH 143 (5 credits) may be substituted for MATH 223 and MATH 290.

## 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 530 - 531 Mathematical Models I and II
- 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 Introduction to the Theory of Functions I and II
- MATH 781 - 782 Numerical Analysis I and II
- MATH 790 - 791 Linear Algebra II and Modern Algebra I