Requirements

Mathematics Major

MATH 1412, 1413, 1510, 2105, 1520 (or 1523), 1521 (or 1540), 2601 (or 2611). (The graduate course 5118 may replace 1523, the graduate course 5127 may replace 1540, and the graduate course 5930 may replace 2611); 3 additional courses in mathematics numbered 1500 or higher (graduate courses in mathematics are open to undergraduate students who successfully completed Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra); and 3 correlate courses from graduate mathematics, computer science, physics and economics: recommended courses COMP 1300C, ECON 1101, ECON 1201, PHYS 1051C, PHYS 1052C, PHYS 1140, PHYS 1221, PHYS 1340. Correlates may count towards the general education requirements.

Pre-actuarial/Financial Mathematics Track

MATH 1412, 1413, 1510, 2105, 1520 (or 1523), 2461 (or 2462), 2601 (or 2611). (The graduate course 5118 may replace 1523, the graduate course 5930 may replace 2462, and the graduate course 5930 may replace 2611); 2 additional courses in mathematics numbered 1500 or higher (graduate courses in mathematics are open to undergraduate students who successfully completed Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra); and 3 correlate courses from graduate mathematics, computer science, physics and economics: recommended courses ECON 1101, ECON 1201, ECON 1421, ECON 2601, ECON 1177,  COMP 1300C,  PHYS 1340. Correlates may count towards the general education requirements.

Mathematics Minor

MATH 1412, MATH 1413, MATH 1510,  MATH 2105, and 2 additional courses in mathematics numbered 1500 or higher.

Placement Examination

A mathematics placement examination is required of all students planning to take advanced Math. 

For more details about the Mathematics major and minor - see the factsheet at the Academic Advisement webpage.