**Chair:** Rebecca L. Jayne

Professors Hemler, Lins-F; Associate Professors Jayne, Pendergrass, Valente; Assistant Professors Jaiyeola, Loeb, Strayer

Students may choose one of two majors in the discipline of mathematics: Mathematics or Applied Mathematics. A major in Mathematics requires at least 11 courses. A major in Applied Mathematics requires at least 10 courses.

**All students majoring in either Mathematics or Applied Mathematics** must complete Mathematics 141, 142, 231, 242, 254. In addition, a major in Applied Mathematics requires Mathematics 222, 421, Computer Science 261 as well as two electives in Mathematics at the 200-level or higher. At least one of these electives must be at the 400-level. Computer Science 262 may be substituted for the other Mathematics elective.

**A major in Mathematics** requires Mathematics 431, 441, two electives at the 200-level or higher, and two additional electives at the 300-level or above. One elective may be Computer Science 261.

**A major in Computer Science** requires at least 11 courses: Computer Science 261, 262, 361, 362, 461, and 480; Mathematics 141 and 254; and three additional courses, at least two of which must be Computer Science courses at the 200-level or above. A student may use either Computer Science 161 or Physics 106 for the third course. The department recommends that students who intend to teach mathematics complete a major in Mathematics.

The department recommends that students who intend to pursue a career in engineering complete a major in either Mathematics or Applied Mathematics; it is recommended that these students take Mathematics 243 and 342 and Computer Science 261 and 262.

**The requirements for a minor in Mathematics** are 19 credit hours from the following Mathematics courses: 141, 142, 231, 242, and one additional 3 or 4 credit hour course in Mathematics at the 300-level or above.

**The requirements for a minor in Computer Science** are 17 credit hours from the following Computer Science courses: 261, 262, 361, and two electives in Computer Science, at least one of which is at the 300-level or above.

Mathematics & Computer Science Course Catalogue

*updated 7/28/22*