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2009 - 2011 Catalog 
2009 - 2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics, B.S.

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Mathematics is a very basic subject in the sense that it stands at the basis of all sciences, and it can be argued that a good training in mathematics enhances all intellectual activity in general. Most of the population, while they may never explicitly use mathematics in their everyday lives, do use their reasoning power, and the best way to strengthen that is through a solid mathematical training. The benefits of a mathematical training are manifold. Aside from the obvious careers that are available, mathematical training develops a flexible mind and an ability to quickly and efficiently learn new things and solve diverse problems that arise in all walks of life. Students wishing to pursue a double major in computer science and mathematics can refer to the department Web site ( for curriculum requirements. Recommended minors for the traditional mathematics concentration are engineering or computer information sciences.

Curriculum for a Major in Mathematics (Traditional)

Curriculum for a Comprehensive Major in Mathematics—Engineering Concentration

The focus of this concentration is to prepare students for the third year of a baccalaureate degree program in engineering.

First and Second Year

Third and Fourth Years

Students who are seeking a degree in mathematics with a concentration in engineering must complete the following course of study concurrently with the first two years.

Curriculum for a Comprehensive Major in Mathematics—Industrial Mathematics Concentration

Total hours required, 127 Hours:


* A minimum grade of C is required in MATH 207 .

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