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jokerthief

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My goal is to educate myself to become the best computer scientist I can be. If that means taking the hardest route to the double major or even if it means taking a couple additional classes beyond the requirement, then that is fine with me. Here's the details of the three track requirements:

Mathematics Major/Minor Requirements

Mathematics Major

(College of Business, College of Liberal Studies, and College of Science and Allied Health)

38 credits

The following 7 courses are required:

• 207 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (5)

• 208 Calculus II (4)

• 225 Logic and Discrete Mathematics (4)

• 309 Linear Algebra with Differential Equations (4)

• 310 Calculus III: Multivariate Calculus (4)

• 407 Real Analysis I (4)

• 411 Abstract Algebra I (4)

Also 9 additional credits chosen from:

• 311 Number Theory (3)

• 317 Graph Theory (3)+

• 320 History of Mathematics (3)

• 331 Intro. to Modern Geometry (3)

• 341 Probability and Statistics (4)

• 353 Differential Equations (3)

• 371 Intro. to Numerical Methods (3)+

• 408 Real Analysis II (3)

• 410 Complex Analysis (3)

• 412 Abstract Algebra II (3)

• 413 Topics in Linear Algebra (3)

• 441 Mathematical Statistics I (3)

• 442 Mathematical Statistics II (3)

• 461 Mathematical Physics (3)^

• 480 Studies in Applied Mathematics (3)

• C-S 453 Intro to Theory of Computation(3)+

• PHY 470 Adv. Quantum Mechanics(4)

Mathematics Major/Minor Requirements

Mathematics Major with Applied Emphasis

39 credits

The following 7 courses are required:

• 207 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (5)

• 208 Calculus II (4)

• 225 Logic and Discrete Mathematics (4)

• 309 Linear Algebra with Differential Equations (4)

• 310 Calculus III: Multivariate Calculus (4)

• 353 Differential Equations (3)

• 371 Intro. To Numerical Methods (3)

One of the following courses must be taken:

• 461 Mathematical Physics (3)

• 480 Studies in Applied Mathematics (3)

Also 9 additional credits chosen from:

• 341 Probability and Statistics (4)

• 407 Real Analysis I (4)

• 408 Real Analysis II (3)

• 410 Complex Analysis (3)

• 413 Topics in Linear Algebra (3)

• 441 Mathematical Statistics I (3)

• 442 Mathematical Statistics II (3)

• 448 Operations Research (3)

• 461 Mathematical Physics (3)

• 480 Studies in Applied Mathematics (3)

Three of the 9 additional credits may be met by completing one of the following courses:

• CHM 310 Physical Chemistry Theory II (3)

• C-S 453 Intro. To Theory of Computation (3)

• PHY 470 Adv. Quantum Mechanics (4)

• PHY 474 Adv. Computational Physics (4)

Mathematics Major/Minor Requirements

Mathematics Major with Emphasis in Statistics

39 credits

The following 10 courses are required:

• 207 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (5)*

• 208 Calculus II (4)

• 309 Linear Algebra with Differential Equations (4)

• 310 Calculus III: Multivariate Calculus (4)

• 341 Probability and Statistics (4)

• 441 Mathematical Statistics I (3)

• 442 Mathematical Statistics II (3)

• 445 General Linear Models (3)

• 446 Analysis of Variance and Design of Experiments

Also 6 additional credits chosen from:

• 305 Statistical Methods (3)

• 371 Intro. to Numerical Methods (3)

• 407 Real Analysis I (4)

• 410 Complex Analysis (3)

• 444 Introduction to Sampling (3)

• 447 Nonparametric Statistics (3)

• 448 Operations Research (3)