University of Dubuque

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Mathematics Plan of Study

SAMPLE 4-YEAR COURSE PLAN

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS

 

Freshman Year: Fall Semester

  • Calculus I
  • Gen-World View I
  • Gen-Judeo-Christian Tradition
  • Gen-Composition and Rhetoric
  • Gen-Introduction to Computers


Freshman Year: J-Term Semester

  • Class of student's choice


Freshman Year: Spring Semester

  • Calculus II
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Gen-World View II
  • Gen-Speech
  • Gen-Global Awareness B

 

Sophomore Year: Fall Semester

  • Calculus III
  • Linear Algebra
  • Gen-Introduction to Research Writing
  • Gen-Social Development
  • Second Major Course


Sophomore Year: J-Term Semester

  • Class of student's choice


Sophomore Year: Spring Semester

  • Calculus IV
  • Gen-Global Awareness Choice A
  • Gen-Science Lab Course
  • Second Major Course
  • Second Major Course

 

Junior Year: Fall Semester

  • Mathematics Elective 1
  • Mathematics Elective 2
  • Gen-Stewardship
  • Second Major Course
  • Second Major Course


Junior Year: Spring Semester

  • Mathematics Elective 3
  • World View III
  • Gen-Aesthetics Area A
  • Second Major Course
  • Second Major Course

 

Senior Year: Fall Semester

  • Mathematics Senior Seminar (World View IV)
  • Mathematics Elective 4
  • Gen-Aesthetics Area B
  • Second Major Course
  • Second Major Course


Senior Year: Spring Semester

  • Mathematics Elective 5
  • Second Major Course
  • Second Major Course
  • Second Major Course
  • Second Major Course

 

Scheduling notes:

Consult the undergraduate Core curriculum requirements.

A minimum of 120 credit hours is required for the degree.

Course offerings may differ depending upon entrance of the program in an even or odd numbered year.

Mathematics electives may be chosen from courses including:

Introduction to Statistics, Modern Geometry, Numerical Analysis, Probability and Statistics I & II, Abstract Algebra, and Real Analysis.