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Individualized Concentration

Course Requirements

Students may consult with a mathematics faculty advisor and the department chair to create an individualized program of study leading to a degree in mathematics. Typically, such a program will consist of the Common Core in Mathematics plus six mathematics courses chosen from those included in the other concentrations and approved by the department chair.  

Open Electives

Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.

Data Analysis Requirement

This requirement 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, OR SOC 279

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