Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Business Option

Wellness Requirement
APPH 1040Scientific Foundations of Health2
or APPH 1050 The Science of Physical Activity and Health
or APPH 1060 Flourishing: Strategies for Well-being and Resilience
Institutional Priority
CS 1301Introduction to Computing3
Mathematics and Quantitative Skills
MATH 1552Integral Calculus4
Political Science and U.S. History
HIST 2111The United States to 18773
or HIST 2112 The United States since 1877
or INTA 1200 American Government in Comparative Perspective
or POL 1101 Government of the United States
or PUBP 3000 American Constitutional Issues
Arts, Humanities, and Ethics
Any HUM6
Communicating in Writing
ENGL 1101English Composition I3
ENGL 1102English Composition II3
Technology, Mathematics, and Sciences
PHYS 2211Introductory Physics I 14
PHYS 2212Introductory Physics II4
MATH 1551Differential Calculus2
or MATH 1550 Introduction to Differential Calculus
MATH 1553Introduction to Linear Algebra2
or MATH 1554 Linear Algebra
or MATH 1564 Linear Algebra with Abstract Vector Spaces
Social Sciences
ECON 2106Principles of Microeconomics3
Any SS6
Field of Study
CS 1331Introduction to Object Oriented Programming3
Lab Science4
MATH 2551Multivariable Calculus4
or MATH 2561 Honors Multivariable Calculus
MATH 2552Differential Equations4
or MATH 2562 Honors Differential Equations
MATH 2106Foundations of Mathematical Proof3
Bridging Courses
MATH 3012Applied Combinatorics3
MATH 3235Probability Theory3
MATH 3406A Second Course in Linear Algebra3
Upper Level Foundation Courses
MATH 4107Introduction to Abstract Algebra I 23
MATH 4317Analysis I 23
MATH 4320Complex Analysis 23
General Mathematics 721
Select twelve credits:
Statistical Theory
Introduction to Graph Theory
Combinatorial Analysis
Introduction to Abstract Algebra II
Introduction to Number Theory
Mathematical Foundations of Data Science
Stochastic Processes I
Mathematical Statistics I
Analysis II
Partial Differential Equations I
Introductory Topology
Introduction to Algebraic Topology
Differential Geometry
Dynamics and Bifurcations I
Numerical Analysis I
Select nine credits (or, select nine credits from previous list):
Algebraic Structures in Coding Theory
Senior Project I
and Senior Project II
Stochastic Processes II
Monte Carlo Methods
Mathematical Statistics II
Introduction to Information Theory
Partial Differential Equations II
Dynamics and Bifurcations II
Linear Programming
Classical Mathematical Methods in Engineering
Numerical Analysis II
Undergraduate Research 3
Mathematical Biology
Vector and Parallel Scientific Computation
Quantum Information and Quantum Computing
Special Topics
Special Topics
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Honors
Automata and Complexity Theory
Advanced Algorithms
Machine Learning
Computational Modeling Algorithms
Randomized Algorithms
Compilers, Interpreters, and Program Analyzers
Econometric Analysis
Game Theory I
Regression and Forecasting
Engineering Optimization
Advanced Optimization
Engineering or Science Electives 7
BIOS, CHEM, EAS, PHYS, PSYC, ECON, CS, CX, AE, BMED, CEE, CHBE, ECE, ISYE, MSE, ME 3000-level or higher courses 4,53
Business Option
ACCT 2101Accounting I: Financial Accounting3
or MGT 3000 Financial and Managerial Accounting
PSYC 2220Industrial/Organizational Psychology3
or MGT 3101 Organizational Behavior
or MGT 3150 Principles of Management
Select 6 credit hours:6
Financial Management
Finance and Investments
Marketing Management I
International Business
Advanced Managerial Accounting
Financial Reporting and Analysis I
Financial Analysis and Reporting of Technology Firms
International Accounting
Strategic Quality Management and Competitiveness
The Entrepreneurship Forum
Impact Speaker Series Forum
Servant Leadership, Values & Systems
Social Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
Personal Selling and Sales Management
Strategic Brand Management
Strategic Marketing
International Marketing
Law, Management, and Economics
Free Electives
Free Electives 65
Total Credit Hours122

Pass-fail only allowed for Free Electives.

Four courses from Group A list must be completed. Student may select MATH elective from Group B if four courses from Group A are complete, otherwise, the Math elective must come from Group A. If student does not complete four courses from Group A list from concentration requirements and MATH elective, then the course(s) must be completed for free electives.

Group A list: MATH 3236, MATH 4022, MATH 4032, MATH 4108, MATH 4150, MATH 4210MATH 4221, MATH 4261, MATH 4318, MATH 4347, MATH 4431, MATH 4432, MATH 4441, MATH 4541, MATH 4640.

Group B list: MATH 4012MATH 4080/MATH 4090, MATH 4222, MATH 4255, MATH 4262, MATH 4280, MATH 4348, MATH 4542, MATH 4580, MATH 4581, MATH 4641, MATH 4699, MATH 4755, MATH 4777, MATH 4782, MATH 4801, MATH 4802, CS 3510/CS 3511, CS 4510, CS 4540, CS 4530CS 4641, CX 4140, CX 4240, ECON 3161, ECON 4180,ISYE 4031ISYE 3133, ISYE 4133.


If PHYS 2231 is taken, extra hour goes toward Free Electives


 C-minimum required


MATH 4699 must be an approved topic and can be used up to 6 hours.


CEE 3770,ISYE 3770, CS 4001, and CS 4002 are not allowed to be used here.


 Two courses must be from the same school.


 MATH 1113, MATH 11X3, MATH 3670, CEE 3770, and ISYE 3770 are restricted from free electives.


These hours may be shared with a minor.