- School of Sciences
- Majors and Degrees
- [[bachelor-of-science]]
- Mathematics
- Degree Requirements

# Degree Requirements

The degree requirement for the B.S. in Mathematics includes 120 credits with a GPA of at least 2.0. 30 of the last 60 credits must be completed at IU Kokomo. In addition to courses required for the campus-wide general education curriculum, students must takes courses in the natural sciences, mathematics, and informatics/computer science. The following courses must be taken and appropriate prerequisites must be met as listed in the Academic Bulletin.

### GENERAL EDUCATION

## Communication Skills and Information Literacy (9 cr)

ENG-W131 Elementary Composition I

ENG-W132 Elementary Composition II

SPCH-S121 Public Speaking

## Quantitative Literacy

Satisfied by the Mathematics and Informatics courses for the major

## Critical Thinking (3 cr)

Satisfied by the major

## Cultural Diversity (3 cr)

One course from the list:

COAS-I100, SOAS-F200, SPCH-S302, SPCH-S427, EDUC-M300, BUS-D301, SPEA-V130, SPEA-J355, FOLK-F101, any 200-level or above foreign language course

## Ethics and Civic Engagement (3 cr)

One course from the list:

PHIL-P100 Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL-P140 Introduction to Ethics

## Social and Behavioral Sciences (6 cr)

(One course from each group)

#### Sociology & Psychology

SOC-S100 Introduction to Sociology, SOC-S101 Social Problems & Policies, PSY-P103 General Psychology, PSY-P216 Life Span Developmental Psych

#### Political Science, History and Economics

POLS-Y103 Intro to American Politics, POLS-Y217 Introduction to Comparative Politics, POLS-Y219 Intro to Intl Relations, HIST-H105 American History I, HIST-H106 American History II, HIST-H113 History of Western Civilization I, HIST-H114 History of Western Civilization II

## Humanities and Arts (6 cr)

(One course from each group)

#### Fine, Performing and Communication Arts:

FINA-A101, FINA-A102, FINA-A108, FINA-F100, FINA-S200, HUMA-U101, HUMA-U102, HUMA-U103, HUMA-U305, MUS-M174, MUS-Z201, MUS-X001, MUS-X040, THTR-T120, ENG-W203

#### Literature and Philosophy:

Any PHIL course except PHIL-P150, any ENG-L or ENG-E, SPAN-S360 Introduction to Spanish Literature

## Physical and Life Sciences (8 cr)

Satisfied by the major

### MATHEMATICS MAJOR

**COAS-E105 SMI Freshman Learning Community (1 cr)**

## Science and Informatics Courses (19 cr)

PHYS-P221 Physics I ‡ (5 cr)

INFO-I101 Introduction to Informatics (4 cr)

CHEM-C105/125 General Chemistry I or

BIOL-L105 Introduction to Biology or

GEOL-G100 General Geology (5 cr)

Other Science or Informatics Course ( 5 cr)

## Mathematics Courses (41 cr)

MATH-M215 Calculus I (5 cr)

MATH-M216 Calculus II ‡ (5 cr)

MATH-M311 Calculus III ‡ (5 cr)

MATH-M303 Linear Algebra for Undergraduates ‡ (3 cr)

## At least two (2) 400 level Mathematics Sequences (12+ cr)

MATH-M403/404 Introduction to Modern Algebra I & II‡ (6 cr)

MATH-M413/415 Introduction to Analysis I & II‡ or (6 cr)

MATH-M413/415 Intro to Analysis I & Elementary

Complex Variables with Applications‡ (6 cr)

MATH-M447/448 Mathematical Models and Applications I & II ‡ (6 cr)

MATH-M471/472 Numerical Analysis I & II ‡ (6 cr)

## Additional Mathematics Courses (at least 12 cr)

MATH-M313 Elementary Differential Equations‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M347 Discrete Mathematics ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-T336 Topics in Euclidean Geometry ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M360 Elements of Probability ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M366 Elements of Statistical Inference ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M403 Introduction to Modern Algebra ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M413 Introduction to Analysis I ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M415 Elementary Complex Variables with Applications ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M447 Mathematical Models and Applications I ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-M471 Numerical Analysis I ‡ (3 cr)

MATH-MXXX Undergraduate Research ‡ (1-6 cr)

MATH-MXXX Undergraduate Internship ‡ (1-6 cr)