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Degree Details

Undergraduate Course Catalog 2013-2015 (PDF)

Mathematics-Adolescence Education (7-12) B.A.
Major requirements: Minimum of 39 credits in mathematics including MAT 221, 222, 223, 115 or 225, 229, 230, 232, 320, 251, 491. 6 credits of elective within major under consultation with advisor. MAT 324 is highly recommended as one of the electives.
Related requirements: At least 6 credits in lab science and CSC 103 or 235
Course Name Credits
MAT 115 Elementary Statistics or
MAT 225 Stat. For Nat. Sc.
3
MAT 221 Calculus I 4
MAT 222 Calculus II 4
MAT 223 Calculus III 4
MAT 229 Discrete Math 3
MAT 330 Modern Algebra 3
MAT 232 Linear Algebra 3
MAT 320 Math for Secondary Teachers 3
MAT 251 Modern Geometry 3
MAT 345 Real Analysis 3
MAT 491 Seminar 3
Total credits 33
Electives:
6 credits (Any approved math course)
MAT 118 PreCalculus, MAT 211 Graphing Calculator, MAT 221 W Calc 1 Workshop, MAT 235 Mathematics Modeling, MAT 331 Theory of Numbers, MAT 335Modern Algebra-Group Theory, MAT 336 Introduction to Operations Research, MAT 342 Differential Equations, MAT 347 Complex Variables, MAT 356 General Topology, MAT 361 Probability and Mathematical Statistics and any other approved math course.
Related requirements: 6 credits of lab science: ESC 115 and BIO 112 or BIO 110/111 Highly recommended: CSC/CIS 103 or 235.
General Electives: NOTE: 12 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 2 math courses per term during freshmen and sophomore years and 3 in fall and spring of junior year and the 3-credit-seminar in spring of senior year completes all math requirements. 41-42

Mathematics B.A.

Major requirements: Minimum of 39 credits in mathematics including MAT 221, 222, 223, 115 or 225, 229, 230, 232, 324,251, 491. 6 credits of elective within major under consultation with advisor. MAT 324 is highly recommended as one of the electives.

Related requirements: 6 – 8 credits in lab science and CSC/CIS 103 or 235.

MAT 115 Elementary Statistics Or
MAT 225 Stat. For Nat. Sc. Or
MAT 361 Probability and Mathematical Statistics
3
MAT 221 Calculus I 4
MAT 222 Calculus II 4
MAT 223 Calculus III 4
MAT 229 Discrete Math 3
MAT 330 Modern Algebra 3
MAT 232 Linear Algebra 3
MAT 324 History and Philosophy of Mathematics 3
MAT 251 Modern Geometry 3
MAT 491 Seminar 3
MAT 460 Internship in Mathematics 3
Total credits 36
Electives
MAT 118 Precalculus, MAT 211 Graphing Calculator, MAT 221 W Calc 1 Workshop, MAT 235 Mathematics Modeling, MAT 331 Theory of Numbers, MAT 335Modern Algebra-Group Theory, MAT 336 Introduction to Operations Research, MAT 342 Differential Equations, MAT 347 Complex Variables, MAT 356 General Topology, MAT 361 Probability and Mathematical Statistics and any other approved math course. 3

Related requirements: 6 credits of Lab science: ESC 115 and BIO 112 or BIO 110/111. Highly recommended: CSC 103/120/235

6
NOTE: 12 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 2 math courses per term during freshmen, sophomore years and 3 in fall and spring of junior year and the 3-credit-seminar in spring of senior year would complete all math requirements. 4-7
NOTE: Students need 4-7 general elective credits.
Mathematics-Adolescence Education (7-12)/SPED B.A.

Major requirements: Minimum of 39 credits in mathematics including MAT 221, 222, 223, 115 or 225, 229, 230, 232, 320, 251, 491.

39
6 credits of elective within major under consultation with advisor. MAT 324 is highly recommended as one of the electives. 6
Related requirements: 6 – 8 credits in lab science and CSC/CIS 103 or 235. 6 - 8
MAT 115 Elementary Statistics or
MAT 225 Stat. For Nat. Sc.
3
MAT 221 Calculus I 4
MAT 222 Calculus II 4
MAT 223 Calculus III 4
MAT 229 Discrete Math 3
MAT 330 Modern Algebra 3
MAT 232 Linear Algebra 3
MAT 320 Math for Secondary Teachers 3
MAT 251 Modern Geometry 3
MAT 491 Seminar 3
Total credits 39 or
33
Electives 6
6 credits (any approved math course): MAT 118 Precalculus, MAT 211 Graphing Calculator, MAT 221 W Calc 1 Workshop, MAT 235 Mathematics Modeling, MAT 331 Theory of Numbers, MAT 335 Modern Algebra-Group Theory, MAT 336 Introduction to Operations Research, MAT 342 Differential Equations, MAT 347 Complex Variables, MAT 356 General Topology, MAT 361 Probability and Mathematical Statistics and any other approved math course. 6

Related requirements: 6 credits of lab science: ESC 115 and BIO 112 or BIO 110/111 highly recommended CSC/CIS 103 or 235. Recommended electives CSC/CIS 102 or 23

NOTE: 12 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 2 math courses per term during freshmen, sophomore years and 3 in fall and spring of junior year and the 3-credit-seminar in spring of senior year would complete all math requirements.
NOTE: Students need 4-7 general elective credits. 4-7
Childhood Education (1-6) (Mathematics) -B.S.

Major requirements: Minimum of 30 credits in mathematics including 115 or 225, 209, 210, 221, 222, 324 or 251, 491, 7 credits of electives within the major (under consultation with advisor).

Related requirements: At least 6 credits in lab science (BIO 112, and ESC 115 recommended), CIS/CSC 102. 6
MAT 115 or 225 3
MAT 221 4
MAT 222 4
MAT 209 3
MAT 210 3
MAT 324 or 251 3
MAT 491 3
Electives 7
MAT 324 or 251 (Recommended)
MAT 223, 229, 230, 324, 235, 331, 232, 251, 211, 320, 221W, 211, 110, 116, 118 or any other math elective.
NOTE: 9-10 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 3 math courses in the freshmen year, 4 math courses in sophomore year and 2 in fall and spring of junior year and the seminar in spring fourth year would complete all math requirements.
NOTE: Students need 10-11 general elective credits.
Childhood Education (1-6) (Mathematics)/Special Education

Major requirements: Minimum of 30 credits in mathematics including 115 or 225, 209, 210, 221, 222, 324 or 251, 491, 7 credits of electives within the major (under consultation with advisor).

Related requirements: At least 6 credits in lab science (BIO 112, and ESC 115 recommended), CIS/CSC 102.

6
MAT 115 or 225 3
MAT 221 4
MAT 222 4
MAT 209 3
MAT 210 3
MAT 324 or 251 3
MAT 491 3
Electives 7
MAT 324 or 251(Recommended)
MAT 223, 229, 230, 324, 235, 331, 232, 251, 211, 320, 221W, 211, 110, 116, 118 or any other math elective

NOTE: 9-10 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 3 math courses in the freshmen year, 4 math courses in sophomore year and 2 in fall and spring of junior year and the seminar in spring fourth year would complete all math requirements.

NOTE: Students need 4-5 general elective credits. 4 - 5

Childhood Education(1-6) Early Childhood

Major Requirements-Minimum of 30 credits in Mathematics including 115 or 225, 209, 210, 221, 222, 324 or 251, 491, 7 credits of electives within the major (under consultation with advisor).

Related requirements: At least 6 credits in lab science (BIO 112, and ESC 115 recommended), CIS/CSC 102

6
MAT 115 or 225 3
MAT 221 4
MAT 222 4
MAT 209 3
MAT 210 3
MAT 324 or 251 3
MAT 491 3
Electives 7
MAT 324 or 251(recommended)
MAT 223, 229, 230, 324, 235, 331, 232, 251, 211, 320, 221W, 211, 110, 116, 118 or any other math elective

NOTE: 9-10 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 3 math courses in the freshmen year, 4 math courses in sophomore year and 2 in fall and spring of junior year and the seminar in spring fourth year would complete all math requirements.

NOTE: Students need 7-8 general elective credits. 7 - 8

5-Year-Program Mathematics-Adolescence Education (7-12)

Major Requirements-Minimum of 39 credits in Mathematics including MAT 221, 222, 223, 115 or 225, 229, 230, 232, 320, 251, 491

39

6 credits of elective within major under consultation with advisor. MAT 324 is highly recommended as one of the electives.

6

Related Requirements-At least 6 credits in lab science and CSC/CIS 103 or 235

6

MAT 115 Elementary Statistics or
MAT 225 Stat. For Nat. Sc.

3

MAT 221 Calculus I

4
MAT 222 Calculus II 4
MAT 223 Calculus III 4

MAT 229 Discrete Math

3

MAT 330 Modern Algebra

3

MAT 232 Linear Algebra

3

MAT 320 Math for Secondary Teachers

3

MAT 251 Modern Geometry

3
MAT 491 Seminar 3

Electives: 6 credits (any approved math course)
MAT 118 PreCalculus, MAT 211 Graphing Calculator, MAT 221 W Calc 1 Workshop, MAT 235 Mathematics Modeling, MAT 331 Theory of Numbers, MAT 335Modern Algebra-Group Theory, MAT 336 Introduction to Operations Research, MAT 342 Differential Equations, MAT 347 Complex Variables, MAT 356 General Topology, MAT 361 Probability and Mathematical Statistics, and any other approved math course

Related requirement: 6 credits of lab science: ESC 115 and BIO 112 or BIO 110/111 highly recommended: CSC/CIS 103 or 235

NOTE: 12 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 4 math courses during freshmen year, 5 math courses in sophomore year and 2 in fall of junior year and the seminar in spring fourth year would complete all math requirements. All math courses except MAT 491 must be completed prior to entrance into the education program.

NOTE: Students need 3-4 general elective credits. 3 - 4

5-Year-Program Childhood Education (1-6)/SPED -B.S. /MS

Major requirements: Minimum of 30 credits in mathematics including 115 or 225, 209, 210, 221, 222, 324 or 251, 491, 7 credits of electives within the major (under consultation with advisor).

Related requirements: At least 6 credits in lab science (BIO 112, and ESC 115 recommended), CIS/CSC 102.

MAT 115 or 225 3
MAT 221 4
MAT 222 4
MAT 209 3

MAT 210

3

MAT 324 or 251

3

MAT 491

3
Electives 7
MAT 324 or 251(Recommended)
MAT 223, 229, 230, 324, 235, 331, 232, 251, 211, 320, 221W, 211, 110, 116, 118 or any other math elective
NOTE: 9-10 mathematics courses are needed. Taking 3 math courses during Freshmen year, 4 math courses in Sophomore year and 2 in Fall of Jr. year, and the Seminar in Spring 4th year would complete all math requirements. All math courses except MAT 491 must be completed prior to entrance into the education program.

NOTE: Students need 0 general elective credits.