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Bachelor of Science

Mathematics (Applied Mathematics Concentration)

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College of Letters and Sciences

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Department of Mathematics and Philosophy

- Program Description
- Career
- Admission Requirements
- Learning Outcomes
- Additional Program Requirements
- Program of Study
- 4 Year Course Schedule

#### Program Description

#### Career Opportunities

#### Admission Requirements

#### Learning Outcomes

Graduates from all of the math programs will have:

- an understanding of calculus and an ability to use calculus in applications
- knowledge of algebraic structures
- knowledge of the real numbers, functions, the topological properties of R, differentiation, and integration
- knowledge of and the ability to apply probability density functions
- knowledge of appropriate mathematical models
- the ability to think critically
- the ability to understand mathematical arguments and to construct mathematical proofs
- the ability to use computational devices and software in problem solving situations
- communication skills to acquire, develop, and convey mathematical knowledge

#### Additional Program Requirements

#### Program Of Study

**Area A Essential Skills Required Hours: 9**

ENGL 1101 (with a grade of "C" or better)

ENGL 1102 (with a grade of "C" or better)

*Select one of the following courses:*

MATH 1113

MATH 1131

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Area B Institutional Options Required Hours: 4
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COMM 1110

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Select two of the following courses:
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*Select one of the following courses:*Foreign Language 1001, 1002, 2001, or 2002

Any Area C-E course with a study abroad component.

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Note: the two extra hours may be used as electives.
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Area C Humanities/Fine Arts/Ethics Required Hours: 6
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Select one of the following humanities courses:
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Area D Science/Math/Technology Required Hours: 11
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*Select two lab science courses from below:*

*Select one of the following courses:*

MATH 1131

MATH 1132

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Area E Social Sciences Required Hours: 12
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Select one course from the following two courses:
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HIST 2111

HIST 2112

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Take the following course:
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POLS 1101

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Select one behavioral science course from the following courses:
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*Select one world cultures course from the following courses:*

**Wellness Requirement Required Hours: 3**

PHED 1205

Select any one PEDS course.

**Area F Courses Related to Major Required Hours: 18**

MATH 2135 Calculus/Analytical Geometry 3

STAT 1127 Introductory Statistics

Guided elective

^{1}(0 or 3 hours)

^{1} Guided elective will be selected from among freshman and sophomore level courses in science, business, and education based upon student interests and career goals and requiring the approval of a faculty advisor and the Mathematics Department Chair.

**Area G Program Requirements Required Hours: 34-44**

MATH 1113 Pre-Calculus (one hr, if taken for Area A math)

MATH 2125 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

MATH 3155 Foundations of Adv Mathematics

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Select one of the following:
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1. Actuarial Science Track
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^{2}Required unless completed in Area E or Area F.

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2. Statistics Track
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STAT 3127 Statistical Computing

STAT 5176 Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments

STAT 5177 Applied Regression Analysis

*Select any two of the following:*

STAT 5117 Applied Multivariate Analysis

STAT 5118 Applied Nonparametric Methods

STAT 5119 Applied Categorical Data Analysis

**Area H Program Electives Required Hours: 16-26 hours
** Hours in Area G and Area H must total 60 semester hours, with a total of 39 semester hours at the 3000 level or higher.

**Total Hours Required: 123**

#### 4 Year Course Schedule

**Suggested four year course schedule for**actuarial science track

Suggested four year course schedule for statistics track