1 Up to eight credits in computer science satisfied by one of the following combinations
Students selecting an option that does not add up to eight credits must make up the remaining 1-2 credits by taking an elective.
2 See General Education Requirements . ECON 2000 or ECON 2110 is recommended.
3 See General Education Requirements . Six of these credit hours must also satisfy the Cross-Cultural Awareness and Science and Technology in Society Requirements.
4 PHYS 1220 and PHYS 1240 ; or PHYS 2070 and PHYS 2090
5 PHYS 2080 and PHYS 2100 ; or PHYS 2210 and PHYS 2230
6 Select from ENGL 3040 , ENGL 3120 , ENGL 3140 or ENGL 3150 ; or the cluster of courses AS 3090 , AS 3100 , AS 4090 and AS 4100 ; or the cluster of courses ML 3010 , ML 3020 , ML 4010 , and ML 4020 .
7 Any 4000-level MATH or STAT course approved by advisor.
8 See General Education Requirements .
9 BIOL 3020 , BIOL 3030 or BIOL 3040
10 May be satisfied by (1) completion of six credits of MATH 4820 ; (2) completion of six credits of MATH 4910 or an approved substitution; or (3) completion of three credits of MATH 4500 and three credits of an additional course approved by advisor selected from MATH 4030 , MATH 4060 , MATH 4070 , MATH 4080 , MATH 4100 , MATH 4190 , MATH 4310 , MATH 4340 , MATH 4350 , MATH 4410 , MATH 4420 , MATH 4600 , MATH 4820 , MATH 4910
11 BCHM 3050 , GEN 3020 , MICR 3050 , or any 3000-4000-level BIOL course
- For graduation, a candidate for the BS degree in Mathematical Sciences will be required to have a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade-point average in all required MATH courses.
- Students who change majors to Mathematical Sciences must have achieved the Minimum Cumulative Grade-Point Average (MCGPA) by Total Credit Hour Level as defined in the Academic Regulations section of the Undergraduate Announcements and must have received a grade of C or better in all MATH courses taken.