All baccalaureate degrees must satisfy the general education requirements mandated by the Board of Regents; see the General Education Requirements in this catalog. Additionally, students earning a Mathematics degree must have a departmental grade point average of at least 2.00 in all mathematics courses 300-level or higher.
Course requirements for the program also include the total number of credits per course. Any student that transfers a course that is approved for transfer will fulfill the course requirement, but if the transferred course does not meet the total credit hour requirement, then the program committee will decide on the proper accommodation for meeting the credit requirement. Students should consult with their advisor to get clarification on the necessary accommodation.
None of the following classes may be counted towards the Mathematics degree: CHEM 106 , CSC 105 , MATH 021 , MATH 101 , MATH 114 , MATH 116/116L , MATH 120 , PHYS 111 , and PHYS 113 .
Students should work with their advisors to customize their elective credits, especially free electives, to meet their academic and professional goals. This might include pursuing a minor or technical specialization.
1 Fulfills General Education requirement. This includes include 6 hours in Humanities (in two disciplines or in a sequence of foreign language courses) and 6 hours in Social Sciences (in two disciplines) to fulfill the Board of Regents General Education Requirements. Students should consult the “Bachelor of Science General Education Requirements ” section of this catalog for a complete listing of all general education requirements.
2 The CSC 115 requirement can also be fulfilled by either CSC 150/150L or CSC 170/170L . The CSC 215 requirement can be fulfilled by CSC 250.
3 The Science Elective consists of one course from among:
plus the lab associated with that course: BIOL 151L , BIOL 153L , CHEM 112L , CHEM 114L , GEOL 201L , or PHYS 213L .
4 The MATH Sequence Elective consists of one course from among:
5 The MATH Upper-Level Elective consists of one course from among:
Note that MATH 415/515 cannot count for both the MATH Sequence Elective and the MATH Upper-Level Elective.
6 The MATH Department-Approved Electives include any of the following:
Any MATH Upper-Level Elective as listed above
AES: AES 401/501 , AES 404/504 , AES 419/519 , AES 430/530 , AES 455/455L/555/555L
BIOL: BIOL 480/580
BME: BME 300 , BME 302 , BME 303 , BME 304 , BME 305 , BME 306 , BME 402/402L , BME 403 , BME 404/404L
CBE: CBE 317 , CBE 318 , CBE 321 , CBE 343 , CBE 417 , CBE 424/524 , CBE 433 , CBE 444/544 , CBE 445/545 , CBE 450/550 , CBE 484/584 , CBE 488/588
CEE: CEE 336/336L , CEE 433/533 , CEE 457/557 , CEE 468/568 , CEE 475/475L/575/575L
CENG: CENG 320/320L, CENG 420/420L, CENG 421/421L/521/521L, CENG 444/444L/544/544L, CENG 452/452L
CHEM:CHEM 342, CHEM 344
CSC: CSC 315, CSC 372, CSC 412/512, CSC 414/514, CSC 416/516, CSC 433/533, CSC 424/524, CSC 445/545, CSC 448/548, CSC 449/549, CSC 454/554
EE: EE 313, EE 314/314L , EE 362 , EE 381 , EE 382 , EE 404/504 , EE 421/421L/521/521L , EE 447/547 , EE 448/548 , EE 449 , EE 451 , EE 452/452L/552/552L , EE 453/453L/553/553L , EE 456/456L/556/556L , EE 481/481L/581/581L , EE 483/483L/583/583L
EM: EM 321, EM 328, EM 331
ENGM: ENGM 435/535
GEOE: GEOE 475/475L/575/575L
GEOL: GEOL 419/519 , GEOL 450
IENG: IENG 362, IENG 415/515, IENG 425, IENG 441
ME: ME 312, ME 313, ME 316, ME 331, ME 352, ME 402/502, ME 404, ME 419, ME 423, ME 425, ME 428/428L/528/528L, ME 430, ME 444/544, ME 453/453L/553/553L, ME 455/455L, ME 457/557, ME 460
MEM: MEM 410/510, MEM 425/525, MEM 445/545/445L/545L, MEM 450/550
MET: MET 310, MET 320, MET 321/321L, MET 330, MET 422, MET 433, MET 440/540, MET 443, MET 445/545
NANO: NANO 401, NANO 445/545, NANO 571
PHYS: PHYS 341, PHYS 343, PHYS 361, PHYS 404/504, PHYS 421/521, PHYS 439/539, PHYS 445/545, PHYS 451/551, PHYS 471/571, PHYS 481/581