A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

Mathematics

BA (32 hours in major; 4-8 prerequisites; 4 co-requisites)

PrerequisiteCredits
MATH 181 Calculus I OR 4
MATH 170/171 Calculus I with Pre-calculus A and B 4,4
Co-requisitesCredits
Choose cognate course(s) to equal 4 hours from Investment Management (BADM 302), Marketing Research (BADM 319), Financial Management (BADM 406), General Chemistry I (CHEM 151), Programming I (CSCI 211), Intro to Economics and Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 201, ECON 210), Intro to Economics and Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 210, ECON 211), Advanced French Grammar and Composition (FREN 350), Intro to Liguistics (LING 220), Music Fundamentals Review and Music Theory I and Musicianship I (MTH 200, MTH 220, MTH 221), Logic and Critical Thinking (PHIL 222), History and Philosophy of Science (PHIL 360), General Physics I (PHYS 151), or Advanced Spanish Grammar and Composition (SPAN 350). Students are encouraged to select additional courses from the cognate list. 4
Required CoursesCredits
MATH 182 Calculus II 4
MATH 210 Introduction to Proofs 2
MATH 261 Linear Algebra 4
MATH 361 Abstract Algebra I 4
MATH 325 Real Analysis I 4
MATH 482 Senior Capstone: Mathematics Seminar 4
Mathematics Electives (above 210): At least 4 hours must be at 300 or 400 level 10
Total 32
Note
Often, math majors will take more math courses than the preceding minimum requirement. This is strongly recommended for those planning to go to graduate school.
It is highly recommended that teachers of math choose MATH 218 History of Mathematics, MATH 333 Probability and Statistics I, and MATH 351 Modern Geometries.

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