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Mathematics (B.S.)

  • MAT 204 Calculus I
  • MAT 205 Calculus II
  • MAT 302 Probability & Statistics
  • MAT 304 Linear Algebra
  • MAT 305 Abstract Algebra
  • MAT 310 Calculus III
  • MAT 311 Differential Equations
  • MAT 320 Introduction to Real Analysis
  • MAT 490 Senior Seminar (a two-semester sequence during senior year)

  • CHE 111/112 General Chemistry
  • or PHY 201/202 University Physics

  • COM 201 Introduction to Computer Science I
  • COM 202 Introduction to Computer Science II
  • or MAT/COM 306 Discrete & Algorithmic Mathematics

  • NSC 300 Colloquium (two semesters; one presentation required)

  • Elective in Mathematics numbered above 204
  • Elective in Mathematics numbered above 204

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Mathematics for Secondary Education (B.S.)

  • MAT 204 Calculus I
  • MAT 205 Calculus II
  • MAT 302 Probability & Statistics
  • MAT 303 Foundations of Geometry
  • MAT 304 Linear Algebra
  • MAT 305 Abstract Algebra
  • MAT 310 Calculus III
  • MAT 311 Differential Equations
  • MAT 320 Introduction to Real Analysis
  • MAT 406 Teaching High School Mathematics
  • MAT 490 Senior Seminar (a two-semester sequence during senior year)

  • CHE 111/112 General Chemistry
  • or PHY 201/202 University Physics

  • COM 201 Introduction to Computer Science I
  • COM 202 Introduction to Computer Science II
  • or MAT/COM 306 Discrete & Algorithmic Mathematics

  • NSC 300 Colloquium (two semesters; one presentation required)

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Applied Mathematics (B.S.)

  • MAT 204 Calculus I
  • MAT 205 Calculus II
  • MAT 310 Calculus III
  • MAT 311 Differential Equations

  • CHE 111 General Chemistry I
  • CHE 112 General Chemistry II

  • COM 201 Introduction to Computer Science I
  • COM 202 Introduction to Computer Science II

  • COM/MAT 300 Numerical Methods
  • COM/MAT 306 Discrete & Algorithmic Mathematics
  • COM/MAT 490 Senior Seminar (a two-semester sequence during senior year)

  • NSC 300 Colloquium (two semesters during junior year; one presentation required)

  • PHY 201 University Physics I
  • PHY 202 University Physics II

  • 9 s.h. in Mathematics, Computer Science or Natural Science (200 level or above) with at least 3 s.h. in Computer Science.

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Applied Mathematics for Engineering (B.A.)

  • MAT 204 Calculus I
  • MAT 205 Calculus II
  • MAT 310 Calculus III
  • MAT 311 Differential Equations

  • CHE 111 General Chemistry I
  • CHE 112 General Chemistry II

  • COM 201 Introduction to Computer Science I
  • COM 202 Introduction to Computer Science II

  • NSC 300 Colloquium (two semesters during junior year; one presentation required; MAT 490 may substitute for one semester of NSC 300, but may not replace the NSC 300 presentation)

  • PHY 201 University Physics I
  • PHY 202 University Physics II

  • 9 s.h. in Mathematics, Computer Science or Natural Science (200 level or above) with at least 3 s.h. in Computer Science.

  • After having fulfilled the USF requirements and having received an engineering degree from an accredited engineering school, a student is awarded a B.A. degree in Applied Mathematics from USF.

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Mathematics Minor

  • MAT 204 Calculus I
  • MAT 205 Calculus II

  • NSC 300 Colloquium (two semesters; one presentation required)

  • 10 s.h. in Electives in Mathematics numbered above 150

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