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# Major Requirements

## Major Requirements

### Course Requirements

#### Common Core

Course | Title | Quarter Hours |
---|---|---|

Select one of the following three-course Calculus sequences: | 12-18 | |

Sequence One | ||

MAT 150 | CALCULUS I | |

MAT 151 | CALCULUS II | |

MAT 152 | CALCULUS III | |

Sequence Two | ||

MAT 147 | CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS I | |

MAT 148 | CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS II | |

MAT 149 | CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS III | |

Sequence Three | ||

MAT 160 | CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS I | |

MAT 161 | CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS II | |

MAT 162 | CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS III | |

Sequence Four | ||

MAT 170 | CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES I | |

MAT 171 | CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES II | |

Select one of the following: | ||

MAT 149 | CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS III | |

MAT 152 | CALCULUS III | |

MAT 162 | CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS III | |

Sequence Five ^{1} | ||

MAT 155 | SUMMER CALCULUS I | |

MAT 156 | SUMMER CALCULUS II | |

MAT 260 | MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS I | 4-4.5 |

MAT 261 | MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS II | 4-4.5 |

MAT 262 | LINEAR ALGEBRA | 4-4.5 |

MAT 215 | INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL REASONING | 4-9 |

or MAT 140 & MAT 141 | DISCRETE MATHEMATICS I and DISCRETE MATHEMATICS II | |

CSC 241 | INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I ( or a more advanced course in any programming language) | 4-4.5 |

MAT 398 | SENIOR CAPSTONE SEMINAR (Liberal Studies Program Capstone) | 4 |

Select four courses from any of the following: | 16 | |

Natural Sciences | ||

Computer Sciences: | ||

All CSC courses may apply | ||

Data Science: | ||

All DSC courses may apply | ||

Game Development: | ||

GAM 244 | GAME DEVELOPMENT I | |

GAM 245 | GAME DEVELOPMENT II | |

GAM 350 | PHYSICS FOR GAME DEVELOPERS | |

GAM 353 | TOOL PROGRAMMING FOR GAME DEVELOPMENT | |

GAM 368 through GAM 391 ^{2} | ||

GAM 394 through GAM 398 ^{3} | ||

Information Technology: | ||

IT 223 | DATA ANALYSIS | |

IT 278 | COMMUNITY-BASED TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS | |

IT 231 through IT 240 | ||

IT 263 | APPLIED NETWORKS AND SECURITY | |

IT 313 through IT 373 | ||

IT topics courses may only be accepted with advanced approval from the chair | ||

Software Engineering: | ||

All SE courses may apply | ||

Select one of the following: | ||

GEO 141 | GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS I: DIGITAL MAPPING | |

GEO 243 | REMOTE SENSING | |

GEO 345 | PROGRAMMING IN PYTHON FOR GIS | |

Data Analysis Requirement, which can be satisfied via one of the following: | ||

AP Statistics credit (score of 3 or better) | ||

An applied statistics or data analysis course taken as one of the four Natural or Computer Science courses required for the BS | ||

One of the following electives: MAT 137, MAT 242, MAT 341, MAT 348, IT 223, PSY 240, BIO 206, ENV 260, SOC 279 | ||

The following concentration areas will automatically satisfy the data analysis requirement: Actuarial Science, Financial Math, Quantitative Analysis and Operations Research, and Statistics. |

^{1} | This Calculus sequence is offered only during the summer, in two 6-credit hour courses. Students successfully completing MAT 131, MAT 147, MAT 150 or MAT 160 should enroll in MAT 155; students who successfully complete MAT 148, MAT 151 or MAT 161 should enroll in MAT 156. Students who successfully complete MAT 155 may enroll in either MAT 151 or MAT 156. |

^{2} | Except CSC 382. |

^{3} | Courses may only be accepted with advanced approval from the chair. |

### Concentration Requirements

Students must also complete the requirements from one of the following concentrations: Pure Mathematics; Statistics; Actuarial Science; Financial Mathematics; Quantitative Analysis and Operations Research; Applied and Computational Mathematics; or Individualized.

If the student chooses to declare more than one Mathematical Sciences concentration, then the student must complete the requirements for each concentration, and take at least three additional 300-level courses overall. For example, a student earning two concentrations would have taken at least nine 300-level courses, and a student earning three concentrations would have taken at least twelve 300-level courses.

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