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Majors and More

Majors and More

Mathematics

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program is designed to provide a broad introduction to the study of mathematics and its sub-fields and to give students the opportunity to master advanced material in mathematics and allied disciplines.  This program requires additional mathematics courses beyond those required for the Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics programs and thus offers students the ability to explore advanced topics in mathematics more extensively.  This program allows students to pursue internships, individualized independent study, and undergraduate research with faculty members.  This program equips students to follow a variety of post-college paths and is specifically designed to prepare students for graduate work in mathematics.  Graduates of this program typically pursue further education at graduate schools in mathematics and allied disciplines, teach in post-secondary settings, or hold responsible positions in businesses and governmental agencies.

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics 

General Education Courses

 

Semester Hours

ACAD 101 Principles of the Learning Academy

1

Critical Skills    
Writing and Critical Thinking  
WRIT 101 Composition

3

CRTW 201 Critical Reading, Thinking, & Writing

3

Quantitative Skills Met in major

0

Logic/Language/Semiotics 3 hours met in major
Foreign Language At the 102 level

3-4

Oral Communication Met in major with MATH 400

0

Technology Met in major with CSCI

0

Skills for a Common Experience and Thinking Across Disciplines  
HMXP 102 The Human Experience: Who Am I?

3

Global Perspectives See approved list

3

Historical Perspectives See approved list

3

Developing Critical Skills and Applying them to Disciplines

 

Natural Science See approved list; 4 hours met in major with PHYS 211; select 1 course from life or earth science

3

Social Science See approved list; must include 2 designators

6-9*

Humanities and Arts See approved list; must include 2 designators

6-9*

*Must have a total of 15 hours in these two categories.

 

Intensive Writing Met in major with MATH 400

0

Constitution Requirement See approved list; may be met by other requirements

0-3

Required Program  

67

    MATH 201 ** Calculus I

4

 
    MATH 202 ** Calculus II

4

 
    MATH 300 Linear Algebra

3

 
    MATH 301 Calculus III

4

 
    MATH 305 Intro to Diff Equations

3

 
    MATH 310 Mathematical Reasoning

3

 
    MATH 341 Statistical Methods

3

 
    MATH 351 Intro to Modern Algebra

3

 
    MATH 355 Combinatoric Methods

3

 
    MATH 400 Senior Seminar

2

 
    MATH 509 Real Analysis I

3

 
    MATH 541 Probability and Statistics

3

MATH electives above 300 (excluding 393 and 546)

12

MAED 200, MAED 400 Intro to Mathematica, Assessment Capstone

1

 
 
CSCI 151, CSCI 207, CSCI 208 Overview of Comp Sci, Intro to Comp Sci I& II

11

 
 
 
PHYS 211 Physics with Calculus I

4

 
Foreign Language Requirement  

0-4

General Electives  

12-20

Total  

124

†Students completing the required program for the BS degree in mathematics must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at or above the second semester college level. This requirement may be met by a satisfactory score on a recognized examination or by passing any foreign language course numbered 102 or any course with 102 as a prerequisite. A maximum of one course may be counted in the Logic/Language/Semiotics Area.

**A grade of C or better is required.

The student must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours of MATH courses in residence at Winthrop University. No more than three hours of Academic Internship in Mathematics (MATH 461 or 463) can count toward the major.

For additional degree requirements, please visit the Degree Requirements page.

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