This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
Learning Outcomes for Math Department
- Demonstrate proficiency in geometry, algebra, calculus, mathematical analysis, probability and statistics, and discrete mathematics.
- Read, comprehend, critique, and construct rigorous mathematical arguments and proofs.
- Effectively use technology such as (but not limited to) computer algebra systems, statistical software, and calculators to solve, analyze, or explore mathematics problems.
- Demonstrate effective communication of mathematics through collaborative projects and presentations.
|Required Courses Group A|
|STAT 216||Introduction to Statistics *||4|
|Select one or both of the following:||4-8|
|Interm Statistical Concepts|
|Intro Probability & Statistics|
|Select 0-9 credits from the list below or other courses chosen in consultation with the Math Department advisor. The elective courses are not limited to the list below. Students should contact the Math Department to confirm the eligibility of any course with an adequate statistics component to count as an elective in this group.||0-9|
|Applied Business Decisions|
|Sociological Research Methods|
|Statistics for Sociologists|
|Intro to Statistical Concepts *|
|Research Design and Analysis|
|Adv Psych Research Methods|
|Adv Psych Research Methods Lab|
|Required Courses Group B|
|M 171||Calculus I *||3-4|
|or M 161||Survey of Calculus|
|Choose 0-6 credits from the list below or other courses chosen in consultation with the Math Department advisor. The elective courses are not limited to the list below. Students should contact the Math Department to confirm the eligibility of any course with an adequate math or statistics component to count as an elective in this group.||0-6|
|Phys Chem-Qntm Chm & Spctrscpy|
|Phys Chem-Kntcs & Thrmdynmcs|
|Programming with Java I|
Any M 200-level or above
|Physics II & Thermo|
|Total Minimum Credits||20|
May satisfy General Education requirements.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.