Students must complete ten courses plus the capstone.
- Math 151 Calculus I (QUANT)
- Math 152 Calculus II (QUANT)
- Math 251 Calculus III (QUANT)
- Math 265 Introduction to Advanced Mathematics (CRITTHNK, WRITCOM)
- CmSc 150 Introduction to Programming (QUANT)
200-Level Electives: One of the following courses
- Math 245 Mathematical Modeling (ORALCOM, INFOLIT)
- Math 255 Linear Algebra (ORALCOM)
Capstone: One of the following courses
- Math 385 Senior Research Seminar (ORALCOM, WRITCOM)
- Math 386 Senior Experience Seminar (ORALCOM, WRITCOM)
Electives: Four additional 4-credit 300-level mathematics courses from the following list.
- Math 315 Graph Theory
- Math 325 Topology
- Math 331 Real Analysis
- Math 334 Applied Probability and Statistics or Math 335 Probability and Statistics
- Math 338 Data Science
- Math 345 Differential Equations
- Math 350 Abstract Algebra
- Math 360 Complex Variables
- Math 375 Geometry
- Math 390 Special Topics in Mathematics
- CmSc 365 Theory of Computation
A student cannot get a Mathematics major in addition to the Actuarial Science major.
Most 300-level electives are offered once every other year. The usual two-year rotation for those classes appears below. Math 385 Senior Research Seminar and Math 386 Senior Experience Seminar are offered every semester.
|Fall Semester in Odd-Numbered Years||Spring Semester in Even-Numbered Years|
|Math 325 Topology||Math 315 Graph Theory|
|Math 335 Probability and Statistics||Math 338 Data Science|
|Math 390 Special Topics||Math 345 Differential Equations|
|Fall Semester in Even-Numbered Years||Spring Semester in Odd-Numbered Years|
|Math 331 Real Analysis||Math 334 Applied Probability and Statistics|
|Math 360 Complex Variables||Math 345 Differential Equations|
|Math 375 Geometry||Math 350 Abstract Algebra|
Electives recommended for particular career interests:
- Students wanting to teach high school should take Math 375 Geometry and either Math 334 Applied Probability and Statistics, Math 335 Probability and Statistics or an introductory statistics course offered by another department. To be certified to teach high school, a student must also complete a minor in Secondary Education.
- Students wanting corporate or industry employment should choose courses that connect with their interests, for instance Math 335 Probability and Statistics for students interested in Economics and Math 245 Mathematical Modeling for students interested in the sciences. Contact any faculty member for advice.
- Students bound for graduate school in mathematics will be best prepared by taking Math 325 Topology, Math 331 Real Analysis, and Math 350 Abstract Algebra. And as many other 300-level electives as possible.