Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________  Publication: 20212022 Academic Bulletin Program: Mathematical Studies Major Minimum Credits Required:__________________  
Mathematical Studies MajorThis program provides an opportunity for students earning degrees in other areas to strengthen their career preparation and portfolio by adding a second major in mathematics that takes their mathematical skill level beyond that offered by a minor. Because mathematics is foundational to physics, engineering, and computer science and is increasingly important in many fields of study such as finance, accounting, economics, biology, medicine, and environmental science, students majoring in these and other fields find that acquiring an additional major in mathematical studies greatly enhances the marketability of their degree. Mathematical Studies is a second major that must be paired with a primary major in another discipline, such as Engineering or Physics, so the required curriculum is more flexible than that of the BS Mathematics degree. Alternative: BS Mathematics (if you can fit four more courses into your curriculum, then you can probably upgrade your Mathematical Studies major to a full degree) 

Total Credits  124  
Major  30  
Course Name  Credits:  Term Taken  Grade  Gen Ed 

MATH 191  Calculus I  Credits: 4  
or MATH 195  Calculus I for Biology Credits: 4
 
MATH 192  Calculus II  Credits: 4  
MATH 215  Introduction to Linear Algebra  Credits: 3  
MATH 240  Calculus III  Credits: 4  
Choose one of the following courses each semester (2 semesters):  
MATH 389  Mathematics Colloquium  Credits: 0  
PHYS 277  Physics Colloquium  Credits: 0  
Choose 15 credits from the following in consultation with advisor:  
CPTR 151  Computer Science I  Credits: 3  
MATH 286  Differential Equations  Credits: 3  
MATH 315  Linear Algebra  Credits: 3  
MATH 355  Foundations of Advanced Mathematics  Credits: 3  
MATH 405  Applied Mathematics  Credits: 3  
MATH 408  Complex Analysis  Credits: 3  
MATH 426  Mathematical Modeling in Biology  Credits: 3  
MATH 431  Real Analysis I  Credits: 3  
MATH 432  Real Analysis II  Credits: 3  
MATH 441  Abstract Algebra I  Credits: 3  
MATH 442  Abstract Algebra II  Credits: 3  
MATH 475  Geometry  Credits: 3  
MATH 487  Special Topics in _______  Credits: 1–3  
MATH 495  Independent Study  Credits: 1–3  
MATH 497  Research in Mathematics  Credits: 0–3  
STAT 340  Probability Theory with Statistical Applications  Credits: 3  
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