Mathematics
Programs

Mathematics, 3+1 Program,Major,Minor
Courses
MATH 115: Essentials of Mathematics
Credits 4MATH 120: Fundamentals of Statistics
Credits 3Topics include exploratory data analysis; measures of central tendency, dispersion and correlation; nonparametric methods; confidence intervals; hypothesis tests; and the design of statistical studies.
MATH 130: Symbolic Logic
Credits 3MATH 141: Diversity of the World's Mathematics
Credits 3This course explores mathematical history across diverse cultures, including African, Middle Eastern, Indian, Chinese,
and Greek contributions. In particular, students will explore fractals, tessellations, the abacus, compass and
straightedge, along with their historical contexts.
MATH 151: Functions
Credits 3MATH 180: Calculus A
Credits 4Calculus is the mathematical study of quantities that change with time and of areas and volumes. The development of calculus is one of the great discoveries of humanity, and the resulting discipline is of fundamental importance not only for students of the natural sciences, but also graduate work in the social sciences. Introduces major issues in calculus: functions, limits, derivatives and integrals. Concludes with the fundamental theorem of calculus, which relates areas to rates of change.
MATH 190: Discrete Mathematics
Credits 3MATH 195: Math Toolkit
Credits 2MATH 251: Number Theory
Credits 3MATH 280: Calculus B
Credits 4MATH 287: Elements of Data Science
Credits 3MATH 288: Introduction to Proof
Credits 2MATH 300: Mathematical Statistics
Credits 3Topics include exploratory data analysis; measures of central tendency, dispersion and correlation; nonparametric methods; confidence intervals; inference testing; probability distributions; and the design of statistical studies.
MATH 301: Euclidean & NonEuclidean Geometry
Credits 3MATH 310: Linear Algebra
Credits 3MATH 320: Differential Equations
Credits 4Topics include the standard exact and approximate methods for solving ordinary differential equations.