Mathematics Major and Minor

The mathematics major focuses on the most significant branches of mathematics, including real analysis, abstract algebra and finite mathematics, and provides a program that gives students a balanced view of pure and applied aspects of modern mathematics.


Twenty semester credit hours is required in mathematics courses numbered 260 or above. Requirements for an associate’s degree in mathematics is 16 semester hours of credit in mathematics courses numbered 260 or above.

Students who major in mathematics may use appropriate mathematics courses required in the major to satisfy the requirements of the general curriculum distribution.

ITM 251 Visual Basic 3 hrs
MAT 260 Calculus I 4 hrs
MAT 261 Calculus II 4 hrs
MAT 262 Calculus III 4 hrs
MAT 299 Introduction to Higher Mathematics 4 hrs
MAT 490 Senior Seminar 1 hr 
Six courses from:
MAT 300 Differential Equations
MAT 301 Discrete Math
MAT 308 Linear Algebra
MAT 310 Probability and Mathematical Statistics
MAT 401 Real Analysis
MAT 410 Complex Analysis
MAT 420 Modern Abstract Algebra
MAT 499 Special Topics
24 hrs 
Total: 44 hrs