The Mathematical Sciences curriculum, carefully designed to possess a high degree of versatility, equips the student with the knowledge of mathematical concepts and methods that are applicable in physics, computer science, communication theory, data processing, statistics, operations research, economics, or any branch of the physical sciences in which a strong mathematical background is desired. In addition to containing the basic courses which provide the student with the skills necessary in the use of mathematics as it relates to other fields, the curriculum allows the student in his or her junior year to select one of five optional sets of courses, providing an introduction to an area where mathematics is applied. These options are Applied Analysis, Biology, Computer Science, Operations Research/Management Sciences, Statistics. In addition to the overall goal of preparing the student to cope with the dynamics of any mathematical environment, the curriculum seeks to provide an adequate background for the student who plans to pursue graduate study in mathematics or to fill many interesting positions in space research, computer development, business, or government research. Those electing the Biology option will have the necessary preparation for entering medical school.

- 3 - ECON 200 Economic Concepts or
- 3 - ECON 211 Principles of Microeconomics

- 3 - ENGL 101 Composition I
- 3 - HIST 172 or 173 Western Civilization
- 4 - MTHSC 106 Calculus of One Variable I
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)

- 3 - CP SC 110 Elem. Computer Programming
- 3 - ENGL 102 Composition II
- 4 - MTHSC 108 Calculus of One Variable II
- 3 - MTHSC 129 Problem Solving in Discrete Mathematics
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)

- 4 - MTHSC 206 Calculus of Several Variables
- 1 - MTHSC 250 Intro. to Mathematical Sciences
- 3 - MTHSC 360 Intermediate Math. Computing
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literature Requirement)
- 4 - Natural Science Requirement(See note on Natural Science Requirement)

- 4 - MTHSC 208 Intro. to Ord. Diff. Equations
- 3 - MTHSC 311 Linear Algebra
- 3 - PHYS 122 Physics with Calculus I
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literarture Requirement)
- 4 - Natural Science Requirement(See note on Natural Science Requirement)

- 3 - MTHSC 302 Statistics for Science and Engineering
- 3 - MTHSC 440 Linear Programming
- 3 - Option
- 3-4 - Science Requirement(See note on Science Requirement)
- 4-3 - Approved Requirement(See note on Approved Requirement)

- 3 - MTHSC 400 Theory of Probability
- 3 - MTHSC 412 Introduction to Modern Algebra
- 3 - Option
- 3-4 - Science Requirement(See note on Science Requirement)
- 4-3 - Approved Requirement(See note on Approved Requirement)

- 3 - MTHSC 450 Intro. to Mathematical Models
- 3 - MTHSC 453 Advanced Calculus I or
- 3 - MTHSC 463 Mathematical Analysis I

- 3 - SPCH 250 Public Speaking
- 3 - ENGL 314 Technical Writing
- 4 - Approved Requirement(See note on Approved Requirement)

- 3 - MTHSC 454 Advanced Calculus II or
- 3 - MTHSC 464 Mathematical Analysis II

- 3 - Option
- 10 - Elective

130 Total Semester Hours

- 3 - I E 482 Systems Modeling or
- 3 - I E 384 Engineering Economic Analysis

- 3 - I E 486 Production Planning and Control or
- 3 - MGT 402 Operations Planning and Cont.

- 3 - MTHSC 407 Regression and Time-Series Analysis
- 3 - MTHSC 441 Intro. to Stochastic Models
- 3 - MTHSC 460 Intro. to Numerical Analysis I

- 3 - MA SC 414 Statistical Analysis
- 3 - MTHSC 403 Intro. to Statistical Theory
- 3 - MTHSC 406 Sampling Theory and Methods
- 3 - MTHSC 407 Regression and Time Series Analysis

- 6 - Applications Area(See note on Applications Area) Two of the following courses:

- For graduation, a candidate for the BS degree in Mathematical Sciences will be required to have a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade-point ratio in all required courses taught by the Mathematical Sciences Department including approved mathematical sciences electives and option courses.
- A grade of C or better must be eamed in all prerequisite courses before enrolling in the next MTHSC course.

- 5 - BIOL 110 Principles of Biology I (See note on Advanced Placement)
- 3 - CP SC 110 Elem. Computer Programming
- 3 - ENGL 101 Composition I
- 4 - MTHSC 106 Calculus of One Variable I

- 5 - BIOL 111 Principles of Biology II (See note on Advanced Placement)
- 3 - ENGL 102 Composition II
- 4 - MTHSC 108 Calculus of One Variable II
- 3 - MTHSC 129 Problem Solving in Discrete Mathematics
- 1 - MTHSC 250 Intro. to Mathematical Sciences

- 4 - CH 101 General Chemistry
- 4 - MTHSC 206 Calculus of Several Variables
- 3 - MTHSC 360 Intermediate Math. Computing
- 4 - PHYS 207 General Physics I
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literarture Requirement)

- 4 - CH 112 General Chemistry
- 4 - MTHSC 208 Intro. to Ord. Diff. Equations
- 3 - MTHSC 311 Linear Algebra
- 4 - PHYS 208 General Physics II
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literarture Requirement)

- 3 - CH 223 Organic Chemistry
- 1 - CH 227 Organic Chemistry Lab.
- 3 -MTHSC 302 Statistics for Science and Engineering
- 3 -MTHSC 440 Linear Programming
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)
- 2 - Elective

- 3 - CH 224 Organic Chemistry
- 1 - CH 228 Organic Chemistry Lab.
- 3 - MTHSC 400 Theory of Probability
- 3 - MTHSC 412 Introduction to Modern Algebra
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)
- 2 - Elective

- 3 - ECON 200 Economic Concepts or
- 3 - ECON 211 Principles of Microeconomics
- 3 - MTHSC 450 Intro. to Mathematical Models
- 3 - MTHSC 453 Advanced Calculus I or
- 3 - MTHSC 463 Mathematical Analysis I
- 4 - Animal or Plant Diversity Requirement(See note on Animal or Plant Diversity Requirement)
- 3 - Elective

- 3 - HIST 172 or 173 Western Civilization
- 3 - MTHSC 454 Advanced Calculus II or
- 3 - MTHSC 464 Mathematical Analysis II
- 3 - SPCH 250 Public Speaking or
- 3 - ENGL 314 Technical Writing

- 4-3 - Biological Science Requirement (See note on Biological Science Requirement)
- 2-3 - Elective

130 Total Semester Hours

- For graduation, a candidate for the BS degree in Mathematical Sciences will be required to have a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade-point ratio in ail required courses taught by the Mathematical Sciences Department including approved mathematical sciences electives and option courses.
- A grade of C or better must be earned in all prerequisite courses before enrolling in the next MTHSC course.

- 3 - ECON 200 Economic Concepts or
- 3 - ECON 211 Principles of Microeconomics
- 3 - ENGL 101 Composition I
- 3 - HIST 172 or 173 Western Civilization
- 4 - MTHSC 106 Calculus of One Variable I
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)

- 3 - CP SC 110 Elem. Computer Programming
- 3 - ENGL 102 Composition 11
- 4 - MTHSC 108 Calculus of One Variable II
- 3 - MTHSC 129 Problem Solving in Discrete Mathematics
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)

- 4 - CP SC 210 Programming Methodology
- 4 - MTHSC 206 Calculus of Several Variables
- 1 - MTHSC 250 Intro. to Mathematical Sciences
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literarture Requirement)
- 4 - Science Requirement(See note on Science Requirement)

- 3 - CP SC 240 Introduction to Data Structures
- 4 - MTHSC 208 Intro. to Ord. Diff. Equations
- 3 - MTHSC 311 Linear Algebra
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literarture Requirement)
- 4 - Science Requirement(See note on Science Requirement)

- 3 - MTHSC 302 Statistics for Science and Engineering
- 3 - MTHSC 360 Intermediate Math. Computing
- 3 - MTHSC 440 Linear Programming
- 3 - PHYS 122 Physics with Calculus I
- 3-4 - Science Requirement(See note on Science Requirement)

- 3 - ENGL 314 Technical Writing or
- 3 - SPCH 250 Public Speaking

- 3 - MTHSC 400 Theory of Probability
- 3 - MTHSC 412 Introduction to Modern Algebra
- 4-3 - Computer Science Requirement(See note on Computer Science Requirement)
- 3-4 - Science Requirement(See note on Science Requirement)

- 3 - MTHSC 450 Intro. to Mathematical Models
- 3 - MTHSC 453 Advanced Calculus I or
- 3 - MTHSC 463 Mathematical Analysis I

- 3 - MTHSC 460Intro. to Numerical Analysis I
- 7-9 - Approved Requirement(See note on Approved Requirement)

- 3 - MTHSC 454 Advanced Calculus II or
- 3 - MTHSC 464 Mathematical Analysis II

- 3 - Computer Science Requirement(See note on Computer Science Requirement)
- 10 - Elective

130 Total Semester Hours

- For graduation, a candidate for the BS degree in Mathematical Sciences will be required to have a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade-point ratio in all required courses taught by the Mathematical Sciences Department including approved mathematical sciences electives and option courses.
- A grade of C or better must be earned in all prerequisite courses betore enrolling in the next MTHSC course.

- 3 - ECON 200 Economic Concepts or
- 3 - ECON 211 Principles of Microeconomics

- 3 - ENGL 101 Composition I
- 3 - HIST 172 Western Civilization
- 4 - MTHSC 106 Calculus of One Variable I
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)

- 3 - CP SC 110 Elem. Computer Programming
- 3 - ENGL 102 Composition 11
- 4 - MTHSC 108 Calculus of One Variable II
- 3 - MTHSC 129 Problem Solving in Discrete Mathematics
- 4 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)

- 4 - MTHSC 206 Calculus of Several Variables
- 1 - MTHSC 250 Intro. to Mathematical Sciences
- 3 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literature Requirement)
- 4 - Natural Science Requirement(See note on Natural Science Requirement)

- 4 - MTHSC 208 Intro. to Ord. Diff. Equations
- 3 - MTHSC 311 Linear Algebra
- 3 - Foreign Language(See note on Foreign Languages)
- 3 - Literature Requirement(See note on Literature Requirement)
- 4 - Natural Science Requirement(See note on Natural Science Requirement)

- 3 - A A H 210 Intro. to Art and Architecture or
- 3 - MUSIC 210 Music Appreciation: Music in the Western World

- 3 - ENGL 314 Technical Writing or
- 3 - SPCH 250 Public Speaking

- 3 - MTHSC 302 Statistics for Science and Engineering
- 3 - Minor
- 3 - Social Science Requirement(See note on Social Science Requirement)
- 2 - Elective

- 3 - HIST 173 Western Civilization
- 3 - MTHSC 400 Theory of Probability
- 3 - MTHSC 412 Introduction to Modern Algebra
- 3 - Minor
- 3 - Social Science Requirement(See note on Social Science Requirement)
- 2 - Elective

- 3 - MTHSC 440 Linear Programming or
- 3 - MTHSC 450 Intro. to Mathematical Models

- 3 - MTHSC 453 Advanced Calculus I or
- 3 - MTHSC 463 Mathematical Analysis I

- 6 - Minor
- 3 - Elective

- 3 - MTHSC 454 Advanced Calculus II or
- 3 - MTHSC 464 Mathematical Analysis II

- 3 - Humanities Requirement(See note on Humanities Requirement)
- 3 - Mathematical Sciences Requirement(See note on Mathematical Sciences Requirement)
- 3 - Minor
- 3 - Elective

130 Total Semester Hours