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UofM 2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
UofM 2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematical Sciences - Second Major (B.S.)


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The Second Major in Mathematics is designed primarily for students whose first major is Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, or in the Engineering College. However, students with other mathematically intensive majors may be permitted to complete a second major, provided that suitable courses for Section D can be identified. 

University General Education Program (41 hours)


See Graduation from the University  for the University General Education Program requirements.

Note: The following requirements are general education courses that are required for the Mathematical Science Major.:

Second Major in Mathematical Sciences (30 hours):


The requirements in Section A through Section D must be met:

Section A (11 hours)


Section B (4 hours)


One of

Section C (9 hours)


9 additional hours from upper division MATH courses with at least one course chosen from

NOTE:


MATH 2120   may substitute for 3 of these hours, however, in this case, at least one course must still come from the above list.  

The following courses may not be applied toward the Second Major: MATH 3581, 4050, 4051, 4080, 4081, 4082, 4151, or 4611. 

 

1 Additional prerequisite: Either MATH 2702  or COMP 2700 .

2 Additional prerequisite: MATH 3221  

3 Additional prerequisite: MATH 2120 .

4 Additional prerequisite: MATH 2702 .

5 Additional prerequisite: both MATH 2110   and MATH 2702  

6 Additional prerequisite: MATH 2110  

Section D (6 hours)


6 additional upper division hours from courses which may be chosen from either MATH and/or the student’s major and must be approved by the Chair or Chair’s designee of the Department of Mathematical Sciences. A list of pre-approved courses can be found here.

Electives must be chosen to bring the total number of hours to 120. 

Total Hours: 120


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