# Mathematics BS

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics | |
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Course Number and Title | Credits |

UF 100 Foundations of Intellectual Life | 3 |

UF 200 Foundations of Ethics and Diversity | 3 |

FW ENGL 101 Writing and Rhetoric I | 3 |

FW ENGL 102 Writing and Rhetoric II | 3 |

FC Foundations of Oral Communication | 3 |

FM MATH 171 Calculus I: Theory and Applications | 4 |

Choose from the following: FN BIOL 191 Biology I: Intro to Cell & Molecular BiologyFN CHEM 111, 111L General Chemistry I & LabFN PHYS 211, 211L Physics I with Calculus & Lab | 4-5 |

FN Foundations of Natural, Physical, & Applied Sciences course in a second field | 3-4 |

FA Foundations of Arts course | 3 |

FH Foundations of Humanities course | 3-4 |

FS ED-CIFS 201 Foundations of Education (Secondary Education Emphasis) or FS Foundations of Social Sciences course | 3 |

FS Foundations of Social Sciences course in a second field | 3 |

One (1) of the following: CS 117 C++ for Engineers CS 121 Computer Science I | 3 |

One (1) of the following: BIOL 192 Biology II: Introduction to the Diversity of Life CHEM 112, 112L General Chemistry II & Lab PHYS 212, 212L Physics II with Calculus & Lab | 4-5 |

MATH 176 Calculus II: Theory and Applications | 4 |

MATH 187 Discrete and Foundational Mathematics | 3 |

MATH 275 Multivariable and Vector Calculus | 4 |

MATH 287 Communication in the Mathematical Sciences | 3 |

MATH 301 Introduction to Linear Algebra | 3 |

MATH 305 Intro to Abstract Algebra & Number Theory | 3 |

MATH 314 Foundations of Analysis | 3 |

MATH 361 Probability and Statistics I | 3 |

FF MATH 401 Senior Thesis in the Mathematical Sciences | 1 |

MATH 488 Senior Outcome Assessment | 0 |

In addition, complete either the following coursework to graduate with a BS in Mathematics (without an emphasis) or complete the courses listed under the Secondary Education emphasis below to graduate with a BS in Mathematics with an emphasis in Secondary Education. | |

MATH 333 Differential Equations with Matrix Theory | 4 |

Three (3) of the following, with at least two (2) at the 400-level, including at least one (1) of MATH 403, MATH 405, MATH 406, MATH 411, or MATH 414: MATH 307 Foundations of Cryptology MATH 308 Introduction to Algebraic Cryptology MATH 311 Foundations of Geometry MATH 387 Introduction to Combinatorics MATH 402 Logic and Set Theory MATH 403 Linear Algebra MATH 405 Abstract Algebra MATH 406 Number Theory MATH 408 Advanced Asymmetric Cryptography and Cryptanalysis MATH 409 Symmetric Key Cryptography & Cryptanalysis MATH 411 Introduction to Topology MATH 414 Real Analysis MATH 426 Complex Variables MATH 433 Ordinary Differential Equations MATH 462 Probability and Statistics II | 9 |

Upper-division electives to total 40 credits | 14 |

Electives to total 120 credits | 17-21 |

Total | 120 |

Secondary Education Emphasis | |

MATH 211 Geometry for the Classroom | 3 |

MATH 250 Algebraic & Proportional Reasoning for Teachers | 3 |

MATH 261 Statistics for the Classroom | 3 |

MATH 311 Foundations of Geometry | 3 |

MATH 370 Functions and Modeling | 3 |

MATH 405 Abstract Algebra or MATH 406 Number Theory | 3 |

STEM-ED 101 Step 1: Inquiry Approaches to Teaching | 1 |

STEM-ED 102 Step 2: Inquiry-based Lesson Design | 1 |

STEM-ED 210 Knowing & Learning in Math & Science | 3 |

STEM-ED 220 Perspectives on Science and Mathematics | 3 |

STEM-ED 310 Classroom Interactions | 3 |

STEM-ED 410 Project-based Instruction | 3 |

STEM-ED 480 Apprentice Teaching | 6 |

Upper-division electives to total 40 credits | 3 |

Electives to total 120 credits | 3-7 |

All courses required for the Mathematics major must have grades of C- or better. |