Requirements for the Mathematics Major
The Mathematics Major consists of the following courses:
- Mathematics 111 (or 105-106), 112, 211, 212, and 215
- Incoming students who initially place themselves into, and successfully complete, Math 112 have satisfied the Math 111 requirement for the math major. Incoming students who initially place themselves into, and successfully complete, Math 211, 212, or 225 have satisfied the Math 111 and Math 112 requirements for the math major.
- Computer Science 107 or 111
- Four 300-level Mathematics courses, which must include at least one selected from Mathematics 315, 321, or 331
- Capstone requirement: In addition to the courses listed above, a 300-level math course from the list of departmentally designated “math capstone courses,” to be taken senior year (unless special permission is granted by the department)
- One additional elective at the 200-level or above
Students considering graduate study in mathematics are advised to take both Mathematics 321 and 331.
Requirements for the Mathematics Minor
The minor in mathematics consists of six mathematics courses numbered 111 or higher, including at least one course at the 300 level.
By College policy, once declaring a major or minor in mathematics, students must take all courses in mathematics using the A–F grading system. To advance to a course with prerequisites, a minimum grade of C– is required for each prerequisite course.