Traditional Mathematics Concentration

The Traditional Mathematics Concentration (without Licensure) is intended to prepare students for graduate school in mathematics.

In addition to the Core Curriculum, students in the Traditional Mathematics Concentration must take

  • MATH 135 -- Foundations of Geometry
  • MATH 142 -- Discrete Mathematics
  • MATH 151 -- Calculus and Analytical Geometry I *
  • MATH 152 -- Calculus and Analytical Geometry II *
  • MATH 251 -- Calculus and Analytical Geometry III *
  • MATH 252 -- Calculus and Analytical Geometry IV *
  • MATH 260 -- Introductory Linear Algebra
  • MATH 300 -- Mathematical Foundations
  • MATH 335 -- Foundations of Geometry
  • MATH 423 -- Concepts of Abstract Algebra
  • MATH 430 -- Advanced Calculus I
  • MATH 431 -- Advanced Calculus II
  • STAT 301 -- Probability and Statistics I
  • 9 elective credits from any 300- or 400-level math or stats course with the exception of MATH 312 or MATH 325 [Students seeking licensure to teach math in secondary schools see the Traditional Mathematics Concentration with Licensure.]

Majors in the Traditional Mathematics Concentration seeking a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree but not seeking licensure to teach math in secondary schools must take one of the following

  • PHYS 221:222 -- Physics I and II
  • Two ITEC courses with the exception of ITEC 100, 108, 110, and 112.

Majors in the Traditional Mathematics Concentration seeking a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics degree must complete the B.A. language requirement.

*--A grade of at least a C is required in courses in the Calculus sequence. Departmental majors receiving credit for MATH 252 cannot subsequently receive credit for any 100-level mathematics course unless the course is required for their concentration.