Our Mathematics major is designed for those students who will work in
industry upon graduation or for those intending to continue in graduate work in
mathematics or statistics. This program consists of 40 credits of mathematics
including Calculus III, Differential Equations, Real Analysis, and Modern
Algebra. Students also take two semesters of Physics (Calculus based) and one
semester of a programming language.

Students are officially accepted into the Mathematics major after completion
of MTH 201, Introduction to Mathematical Structures, with a C grade or
better.

All Mathematics majors must maintain a 2.0 GPA, both in the major and overall.