This 38-semester hour program consists of two freshman-level courses in calculus, two sophomore-level courses, four junior/senior-level courses, an interim course in mathematics, two semesters of the Mathematics Colloquium and a course in computer science.

(34-35 semester hours)

- One from:
- MATH-172 Calculus II
- MATH-256 Discrete Structures and Linear Algebra
- At least one from:
- One from:
- At least two additional courses totaling at least seven semester hours from:
- MATH-301 The Foundations of Geometry
- MATH-305 The Geometry and Topology of Manifolds
- MATH-312 Logic, Computability, and Complexity
- MATH-329 Introduction to Teaching Secondary School Mathematics
- MATH-331 Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos
- MATH-333 Partial Differential Equations
- MATH-335 Numerical Analysis
- STAT-341 Computational Bayesian Statistics
- STAT-343 Probability and Statistics
- STAT-344 Mathematical Statistics
- MATH-351 Abstract Algebra
- MATH-355 Advanced Linear Algebra
- MATH-362 Real Analysis II
- MATH-365 Complex Variables
- MATH-380 Perspectives on Modern Mathematics

- An approved interim
- The department typically offers one or two approved interim courses each year. Topics and instructors vary from year to year.
- MATH-391 Colloquium (taken twice)

**Cognate** (4 semester hours)

The departmental honors program leads to graduation with honors in mathematics or mathematics education. Beyond the requirements of the general honors program, these programs require further course work and a senior thesis. Details are available from the department. These programs require careful planning to complete, and students should normally apply for admission to the departmental honors program during their sophomore year at the same time that they submit a major concentration counseling sheet.

All proposed major programs must be designed in consultation with a departmental advisor and approved by the department of mathematics and statistics. Major programs must consist of a coherent package of courses intended to serve the student's interests and career goals while meeting the above minimum requirements.

Students with specific educational or career goals should take additional courses.