Mathematical Programming Major and Minor

The mathematical programming major provides a blend of mathematics and computer science. In addition to acquiring a solid mathematical background, mathematical programming students also study applications through courses in business, economics and computer languages.

 REQUIREMENTS FOR MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING MAJOR 
ITM 251 Visual Basic 3 hrs
ITM 261 Web Programming 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 300 Differential Equations 4 hrs
MAT 301 Discrete Mathematics 4 hrs
MAT 308 Linear Algebra 4 hrs
MAT 490 Senior Seminar 1 hr
ITM electives (not lower than ITM 251) 6 hrs 
 Total: 41 hrs 

 

Students who major in mathematical programming may use appropriate mathematics and information technology courses required in the major to satisfy the requirements of the general curriculum distribution.

 REQUIREMENTS FOR MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING MINOR 
MAT 262 Calculus III 4 hrs 
ITM 251 Visual Basic 3 hrs
ITM 261 Web Programming 3 hrs
MAT 301 Discrete Mathematics 3 hrs
MAT 308 Linear Algebra 4 hrs
 Total: 18 hrs