College of Science & Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Graduation Requirements
Prospective Students should be aware that entry level courses can be completed on either campus, but degree must be completed on St. Thomas campus.  The following courses are required for the student  to graduate with this degree.  This does not include the  general education requirements.

Required courses in Mathematics
MAT 215 Introduction to Number Theory
MAT 241-242 Introduction to Calculus I-II
MAT 261 Linear Algebra
MAT 341-342 Intermediate Calculus I-II
MAT 362 Abstract Algebra I
MAT 397-398 Junior Math Seminars
MAT 441 Introductory Analysis I
MAT 497-498 Senior Math Seminars
Six Elective Courses from the following:
MAT 233 Discrete Mathematics
MAT 301 Modern Geometry
MAT 332 Mathematical Statistics
MAT 344 Probability
MAT 346 Differential Equations
MAT 386 History & Philosophy of Mathematics
MAT 352  Mathematical Modeling
MAT 325  Numerical Analysis
MAT 348 Complex Variables
MAT 442 Introductory Analysis II
MAT 458 Topology
MAT 461 Abstract Algebra II
MAT 465-466 Special Topics
MAT 499  Approved Independent Study
One approved upper level course in another discipline
Required Courses in Related Fields
CSC 117 Intro to Programming
PHY 241-242 General Physics I,II

An additional 9 credits in science and mathematics from the following:    

  • Biology 200 level or higher
  • Chemistry except CHE 111-112
  • Marine Biology 200 level or higher
  • Mathematics 300 level or higher
  • Computer Science except CSC 111
  • Physics 300 level or higher