Freshman Year
Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
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MA 141 Calculus I ^{A, 2, 10} | 4 | MA 241 Calculus II ^{A, 2, 10} | 4 |
CH 101 Chemistry – A Molecular Science ^{B, 3, 9} | 3 | PY 205 Physics for Engineers & Scientists I ^{B, 4, 9} | 3 |
CH 102 General Chemistry Laboratory ^{B, 3, 9} | 1 | PY 206 Physics for Engineers & Scientists I Lab ^{B, 4, 9} | 1 |
ENG 101 Academic Writing & Research ^{H} | 4 | Introduction to Programming ^{6, 9} | 3 |
COS 100 Perspectives on Learning ^{1} | 1 | HES_*** Health & Exercise Studies Course ^{E} | 1 |
GEP Requirements ^{C,D,F} | 3 | GEP Requirements ^{C,D,F} | 3 |
16 | 15 |
Sophomore Year
Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
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MA 242 Calculus III ^{2,10} | 4 | MA 341 Applied Differential Equations I ^{2, 10} | 3 |
MA 225 Foundations of Advanced Math ^{2, 10} | 3 | MA 405 Linear Algebra and Matrices ^{10} | 3 |
PY 208 Physics for Engineers & Scientists II ^{B, 5, 9} | 3 | ST 372 Intro to Stat Inf & Reg ^{9,13} | 3 |
PY 209 Physics for Engineers & Scientists Lab II ^{B, 5, 9} | 1 | Free Elective ^{8} | 3 |
HES_*** Health & Exercise Studies Course ^{E} | 1 | GEP Requirements ^{C,D,F} | 3 |
ST 371 Intro to Prob & Dis Theory ^{9, 13} | 3 | ||
15 | 15 |
Junior Year
Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
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MA 407 Introduction to Modern Algebra ^{10} | 3 | MA 425 Mathematical Analysis I ^{10} | 3 |
Methods of Applied Math ^{10, 11} | 3 | MA 402 Mathematics of Scientific Computing ^{10} | 3 |
Applied Elective ^{14} | 3 | Applied Elective ^{14} | 3 |
Advanced Writing/Speaking ^{7} | 3 | Free Elective ^{8} | 3 |
GEP Requirements ^{C,D,F} | 3 | GEP Requirements ^{C,D,F} | 3 |
15 | 15 |
Senior Year
Fall Semester | Credit | Spring Semester | Credit |
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MA 426, or other MA Elective ^{10,12} | 3 | Advanced Mathematics Elective ^{10, 12} | 3 |
Advanced Mathematics Elective ^{10, 12} | 3 | Applied Elective ^{14} | 3 |
Applied Elective ^{14} | 6 | Free Electives (2 courses) ^{8} | 6 |
GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives ^{G} | 3 | GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives ^{G} | 2 |
15 | 14 |
Minimum Credit Hours Required for Graduation*: | 120 | |||
Major/Program Footnotes 1. E 115 may substitute for COS 100 2. A grade below C- is not permitted in critical path courses: MA 141, 225, 241, 242, or 341. 3. CH 103-CH 104 may be used in place of CH 101-CH 102. 4. PY 201 may be used in place of PY 205 and PY 206. 5. Alternatives to PY 208-PY 209 are: PY 212, BIO 181, BIO 183, CH 201-CH 202, CH 203-CH 204, CH 220, CH 221-CH 222. 6. Introduction to programming course must be selected from MA 116, CSC 112, CSC 113, CSC 114, CSC 116, or PY 251. 7. Advanced Writing course must be selected from ENG 331, ENG 332, or ENG 333. 8. Free elective courses cannot be MA 100, MA 101, MA 103, MA 107, MA 108, MA 111, MA 121, MA 131, MA 231, PY 131, PY 211, PY 212, ENG 100, 100-level Foreign Language Course (FL*, LAT, GRK, PER). 9. At most one grade below a C- is permitted in courses satisfying the Basic Science requirements. 10. At most one grade below a C- is permitted in Advanced Mathematics courses. No grades below a C- are permitted in Basic Mathematics courses. 11. Methods of Applied Math elective must be chosen from the following: MA 450, MA 451, MA/OR 531, MA/FIM 548, MA/BMA 573, or MA/BMA 771. 12. Advanced Mathematics Electives must be chosen from the following: MA 325, MA/LOG 335, MA 351, MA 400> (except MA 403, MA 507, MA 508, MA 509, MA 510, MA 511) In-dept Co-requirement. A two-course sequence in an areas of Mathematics at the 400> level is required. Examples of the two-course sequence include: MA 401-MA 402, MA 402-MA 427, MA 402-MA 428, MA 405-MA 504, MA 405-MA 505, MA 407-MA 437, MA 407-MA 521, MA 416-MA 565, MA 412-MA 413, MA 421-MA 546, MA 421-MA 544, MA 425-MA 426, MA 425-MA 512, MA 425-MA 513, MA 425-MA 518, MA 427-MA 428, MA 450-MA 451, MA 573-MA 574. 13. Alternatives to the sequence ST 371-372 are the sequences ST 421-422, MA 421-ST 380, MA 421-ST 370, and MA 421-ST 422. 14. Applied electives are courses at 200-level or above designed to allow students to concentrate in a specific area related to their academic goals (at least 9 hours are at the 300-level or above). Courses used to fulfill this requirement should use advanced mathematical tools and are selected by students after consultation and approval by their advisors or the Director of the Undergraduate Program. * General Education Program (GEP) requirements and GEP Footnotes A. Mathematical Sciences (6 credit hours; one course with MA or ST prefix) |