- Bachelor of Arts requirements
- Students must complete 21 credit hours in mathematics courses numbered above 300, including:
- Math 321
- Math 480
- 3 credit hours in a writing-intensive mathematics course
- 6 credit hours in courses numbered above 400
- 3 credit hours in a 400-level core course listed below

- Bachelor of Science requirements
- A minimum of 39 credit hours is required. Students must complete 24 credit hours in mathematics courses numbered above 300 and 15 credit hours in additional upper division mathematics courses or appropriate non-introductory courses in the natural or information sciences, including:
- Math 321
- Math 480
- 6 credit hours in writing-intensive mathematics courses
- 3 credit hours in a 400-level core course listed below

### Additional information for BA and BS mathematics majors

- The approved core courses are Math 405, 411, 420, 421, 431, 443, 444, 454, 455, 471 and 475.
- Only two of Math 301, 371, and 373 may be counted toward major requirements. Only one of Math 307 and 311 may be counted toward major requirements.
- All required courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.
- A cumulative 2.0 GPA in completed upper division mathematics courses is required.
- All mathematics majors are required to see a mathematics adviser each spring semester prior to fall registration. It is recommended that you see an adviser every semester. Please ask the staff in Keller Hall 419 for details.

### Appropriate non-introductory courses in the natural or information sciences

The following science courses may be included in the B.S. requirement of 15 hours in additional upper division mathematics courses or appropriate non-introductory courses in the natural or information sciences:- Chemistry 272 and above
- ICS 211 and above
- Physics 274 and above
- Courses numbered
*300 and above*in:- Biology
- Bioengineering
- Botany
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Geology and Geophysics
- Mechanical Engineering
- Meteorology
- Microbiology
- Oceanography
- Zoology

#### Courses with content overlap

There are a number of courses in computer science, engineering, mathematics, and physics, with content overlap.**Only one course of each pair shown below may be counted toward mathematics degree requirements.**If a mathematics course is included in the 24 required upper division mathematics credit, then the non-mathematics course paired with it may not be used to satisfy the related 15 hours. Neither may both courses in a pair be used to satisfy the related 15 hours. The following are examples of pairs of courses with content overlap.

- Math 302 and ME 403
- Math 303 and Phys 400
- Math 373 and ICS 471
- Math 407 and (CEE 417, ME 360 or Phys 305)
- Math 471 and EE 342

- ICS 412 and EE 468
- ICS 471 and Math 373

- Phys 305 and (CEE 417, Math 407 or ME 360)
- Phys 400 and Math 303
- Phys 430 and ME 311

- CEE 417 and (Math 407, ME 360 or Phys 305)

- EE 342 and Math 471
- EE 468 and ICS 412

- ME 311 and Phys 430
- ME 360 and (CEE 417, Math 407 or Phys 305)
- ME 403 and Math 302