Math, BS - Flexible Option

Mathematics, BS

Flexible Option

Course Delivery

On Campus, Online, Hybrid

Total Credits

120 Credits

About the Program

The Department of Mathematics offers a comprehensive curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. All students begin with an introduction to the various subfields of mathematics through ten core courses and then select one of five options to tailor their program to best meet their career or advanced study goals.

Focus of Study

The flexible option enables students to tailor their undergraduate degree to more closely match their future graduate study or career goals.

Program Requirements

General requirements for all students in the Mathematics BS program include the following:

  • Complete at least 45-49 credit hours of MATH courses depending on option selected (46 for Flexible option)
  • Complete each required MATH course with a grade of C or better
  • Maintain an overall GPA of at least 2.0
  • Complete an exit interview with the mathematics department prior to graduation
  • Meet with a faculty advisor in the mathematics department during the first year as a mathematics major
  • Fulfill the specific requirements for the Option selected

All students are expected to take ten core courses, which allow students to become familiar with the different subfields of mathematics before choosing their focus. Core courses include:

  • MATH 1350 - Calculus I
  • MATH 1360 - Calculus II
  • MATH 2150 - Discrete Mathematics
  • MATH 2350 - Calculus III
  • MATH 3110 - Theory of Numbers
  • MATH 3130 - Introduction to Linear Algebra
  • MATH 3400 - Introduction to Differential Equations
  • MATH 3410 - Introduction to Analysis
  • MATH 3810 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics

Flexible Option Requirements

In addition to the ten core courses, students selecting the Flexible Option must complete the following course (1 credit hour):

  • MATH 4040 - Senior Math Seminar

Students must also complete 15 additional credit hours of elective MATH courses numbered 4000 or higher, including at least one of the following.

  • MATH 4130 - Linear Algebra I
  • MATH 4140 - Modern Algebra I
  • MATH 4310 - Modern Analysis I

Program Coursework

For more information on degree requirements, please visit the Academic Catalog.