# Bachelor of Science with Major in Mathematics

All students are urged to take courses in disciplines which make use of mathematics such as Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science and Biology. Students considering graduate school are strongly urged to take MATH 441 Abstract Algebra, and MATH 432 Introduction to Analysis II.

Required 120 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above, and 30 of which must be from UND) including:

I. Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing).

II. Non-Mathematics Requirements:

Computer Science course as approved by the Mathematics Department.

III. The Following Curriculum of 38 Major Hours:

#### A. Mathematics Core

MATH 165 & MATH 166 & MATH 265 | Calculus I and Calculus II and Calculus III | 12 |

MATH 207 | Introduction to Linear Algebra | 2 |

MATH 266 | Elementary Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 330 | Proof, Set Theory, and Logic | 3 |

MATH 488 | Senior Capstone | 3 |

Total Credits | 23 |

#### B. Breadth Requirement

One course from each of the following areas (9)

*1. Theoretical Mathematics*: Courses where the emphasis is on development of theory from basic principles:

MATH 405 | Selected Topics in Mathematics (pre-approval of topic required) | 1-3 |

MATH 409 | Geometry | 3 |

MATH 431 | Introduction to Analysis I | 3 |

MATH 435 | Theory of Numbers | 3 |

MATH 441 | Abstract Algebra | 3 |

MATH 442 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

*2. Applications of Mathematics*: Courses where the emphasis is on applications of mathematics:

MATH 352 | Introduction to Partial Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 412 | Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 415 | Topics in Applied Mathematics | 1-3 |

MATH 425 | Cryptological Mathematics | 3 |

MATH 460 | Mathematical Modeling | 3 |

MATH 461 | Numerical Analysis | 3 |

MATH 471 | Introduction to Complex Variables | 3 |

3. Probability and Statistics:

MATH 321 | Applied Statistical Methods | 3 |

MATH 416 | Topics in Statistics | 1-3 |

MATH 421 | Statistical Theory I | 3 |

**C. Depth Requirement**

*Courses used to satisfy C may also be used to satisfy a portion of B.*

Select one of the following: | 6 | |

Introduction to Partial Differential Equations and Differential Equations | ||

Combinatorics and Cryptological Mathematics | ||

Statistical Theory I and Statistical Theory II | ||

Introduction to Analysis I and Introduction to Analysis II | ||

Theory of Numbers and Abstract Algebra | ||

Abstract Algebra and Linear Algebra |

#### D. Electives

Math courses numbered 208 and above, excluding MATH 277 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, MATH 399 Methods for Secondary Teachers: Mathematical Content Knowledge, MATH 377 Geometry Elementary TeachersMATH 400 Methods for Teaching Middle and Secondary Mathematics; Pedagogical Content Knowledge, MATH 477 Topics in Elementary School Mathematics (3-9 to bring the total number of credits to 38)

### Teacher Licensure

Through a partnership with the College of Education and Human Development and the Department of Teaching and Learning, students may seek secondary licensure in Mathematics. The following program of study must be completed:

I. Mathematics program of study

- The Essential Studies, Non-Mathematics, and Mathematics Core requirements as described above.
- The following courses to satisfy the breadth requirement:
- The following sequence:

MATH 435 Theory of Numbers & MATH 441 Abstract Algebra

II. Admission to the Secondary Program, normally while taking T&L 250 Introduction to Education. (See College of Education and Human Development for admission and licensing requirements.)

III. The program in Secondary Education (see Teaching & Learning):

Mathematics majors seeking secondary licensure must have an advisor in both the Mathematics Department and the Department of Teaching and Learning.