Mathematics
The courses in mathematics are designed to satisfy the general cultural needs of students and to provide a broad background for those who plan a career in mathematics, computer science, actuarial sciences, engineering sciences, or the natural sciences.
The mathematics minor will consist of 5 or more mathematics courses (20 credit hours), at least two of which must be at the 300level.
An exception to the tencourse requirement is the following. The department considers a student who places into Calculus II or Calculus III and completes that course with a ‘C’ or better to have met the major requirements for the preceding calculus courses. That is, a student who places into MA 223 and completes it with a ‘C’ or better is not required to take MA 213 for the major; a student who places into MA 233 and completes it with a ‘C’ or better is not required to take MA 213 or MA 223 for the major.
Prerequisites for mathematics courses must be completed with a grade of ‘C’ or above. No student who has completed a mathematics course with a grade of ‘C’ or above may enroll in a prerequisite to that course without the permission of the department chair. MA 223 is a prerequisite for all 300level mathematics. Transfer credit for 300level courses counting toward the major or minor requires permission of the department chair.
Note: Students will take IS 485 or the capstone of another department to fulfill the BLUEprint Capstone Experience.
Majors & Programs

Actuarial Science, Major 
Mathematics, Major 
Mathematics, Minor 
Mathematics Teaching Licensure, Teaching Licensure
Courses
MA 102: Statistics for Citizens
MA 103: College Algebra
MA 123: Elementary Statistics
MA 124: Elementary Statistics through Baseball
MA 125: Elementary Statistics & Gender
MA 127: Theory of Arithmetic
MA 128: Uncertainty and Shape
MA 133: Precalculus
MA 201: Discrete Mathematics
MA 207: Numeric and Algebraic Thinking
MA 213: Calculus I
MA 223: Calculus II
This is the basic calculus sequence with applications and covers: functions; limits; derivatives; integrals; conics; calculus of transcendental functions; sequences and series: vector valued functions; partial derivatives; curves and surfaces in space; and multiple integrals.
MA 233: Calculus III
This is the basic calculus sequence with applications and covers: functions; limits; derivatives; integrals; conics; calculus of transcendental functions; sequences and series: vector valued functions; partial derivatives; curves and surfaces in space; and multiple integrals.