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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics for Mathematics Education Dual Majors Requirements for Acceptance in Program ØMust have completed MATH 2300 (Calculus III) or equivalent Ø GPA 2.5 overall A Ø GPA 2.5 in Math courses numbered 1500 A (Analytic Geometry and Calculus I) or above (except for MATH 2100) Required Math Courses MATH 1500: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I MATH 1700: Calculus II MATH 2300: Calculus III MATH 3000: Introduction to Advanced Mathematics MATH 4100: Differential Equations MATH 4140: Matrix Theory Choose one of the following three courses q MATH 4700: Advanced Calculus of One Real Variable I q MATH 4500: Applied Analysis q MATH 4300: Numerical Analysis Choose one of the following two courses q MATH 4720: Introduction to Abstract Algebra I q MATH 4510: Higher Algebra Note: Those students planning on graduate school in Mathematics should take Math 4700 and Math 4720. Basic Programming Courses Select one of the following two courses: q CMP_SC 1040: Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming q CMP_SC 1050: Algorithm Design and Programming I 4000 Level Math Electives Choose four courses from the following list: q MATH 4001: Topics q MATH 4400: Introduction to Topology q MATH 4150: History of Mathematics q MATH 4500: Applied Analysis q MATH 4300: Numerical Analysis q MATH 4520 (STAT 4760): Statistical q MATH 4310: Numerical Linear Algebra Inference q MATH 4315 (STAT 4710): Introduction to q MATH 4560: Nonlinear Dynamics, Mathematical Statistics Fractals and Chaos q MATH 4320 (STAT 4750): Introduction to q MATH 4590: Investment Science II Probability Theory q MATH 4800: Advanced Calculus of One q MATH 4330: Theory of Numbers Real Variable II q MATH 4335: College Geometry q MATH 4900: Advanced Multivariable q MATH 4345: Foundations of Geometry Calculus q MATH 4350: Introduction to Non- q MATH 4920: Introduction to Abstract Euclidean Geometry Algebra II q MATH 4355: Investment Science I q MATH 4940: Introduction to Complex Variables q MATH 4360: Actuarial Mathematics q MATH 4960: Special Readings q MATH 4996: Honors in Mathematics Related Field Courses A minimum of 10 hours from the following two groups (both groups must be represented) Group 1 q BIO_SC 1500: General Biology q CHEM 1310: General Chemistry I q CHEM 1320: General Chemistry II q CHEM 1330: General Chemistry III q PHYSCS 2750: University Physics I q PHYSCS 2760: University Physics II Group 2 Select any 4000 level courses in Statistics and/or Computer Science (we recommend taking Stat 4710 in place of Stat 4050) Note: Only one of the courses STAT 4710, 4750 and 4760 selected here can also count as a 4000- level elective course in Math. Arts & Science Foundation Requirements Basic Skills Ø MATH 1100 or transferable equivalent with grade of C- or higher (this requirement is satisfied automatically for any Math degree). Ø ENGL 1000 or transferable equivalent with grade of C- or higher. Ø One Math Reasoning Proficiency course with grade of C- or higher (this requirement is satisfied automatically for any Math degree). Ø One course in American government or history (may apply toward the social science requirement). Foreign Language or Alternative No language requirement for non-native English speaker. Chinese I, II, III Japanese I, II French I, II, III Korean I, II, III German I, II, III Latin I, II, III Greek I, II, III Portuguese I, II Hebrew I, II, III Russian I, II Italian I, II Spanish I, II, III q Four years of a foreign language in high school or q One of the above language sequences or q 12 hours of approved courses from one area outside of mathematics in the 2000, or above, level. Depth of Study 6 credit hours of approved courses numbered 2000, or above, must be taken in two of the three following fields: Behavioral Sciences; Social Sciences; Humanities and Fine Arts. These courses may also be used to satisfy Breadth of Study requirements. Breadth of Study Behavioral and Humanities and Social Sciences Fine Arts Select at least 9 hours and must include coursework Select at least 9 hours and must include coursework from both the behavioral and social sciences. from at least two different areas. Biological, Physical and Mathematical Sciences See Related Field Courses for Department of Mathematics Requirements. Writing Intensive Requirement Ø Students are required to complete at least two writing intensive courses in residence, with one in their major. In Mathematics, Math 3000 is a required writing intensive course. Ø The other writing intensive course may be taken in any department (including mathematics). MU General Education Courses A current list is available at MU's General Education website. Please see the “Distribution of Content” lists at the link. Graduation Plan: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics for Mathematics Education Dual Majors Current form is available here.
"Bachelor of Science in Mathematics for Mathematics Education Dual Majors"