It is impossible to overemphasize the value of mathematics as a tool in other fields, notably engineering, physical science, and statistics. Recent developments in the biological, behavioral, and social sciences have drawn attention to the power of mathematics in these fields also. Along with the teaching of mathematics and research into pure mathematics, students majoring in mathematics also have many other options open to them. The courses listed below provide a strong background for specialization during the student’s junior and senior years.
Students must complete all program requirements, including approved electives, with a grade of “C” or better.