Apr 12, 2024  
2023-2024 Academic Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Mathematics Major


Complete all institutional graduation requirements.

Mathematics is a minimum of 72 (for BS) or 60 (for BA) credits required for the major. A grade of “C-” or better is required for each course counting towards the major and a cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required for completion of the major. S/U courses may not be elected for program requirements. [On-campus only program]

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics complete the major with 72 credits.  

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics complete the major with 60 credits. 

Lower Division Required Core: 28 (BS) or 24 (BA) credits


Students pursuing a BS degree complete all 28 credits from the list below:

Students pursuing a BA degree complete 24 credits from the list below: 

Upper Division Required Core: 24 credits


Upper Division Electives: 20(BS) or 12(BA) credits


Complete 20 credit hours of upper division mathematics courses for a BS degree:

Complete 12 credit hours of upper division mathematics courses for a BA degree:

Total credits required for major: 72 (for BS) or 60 (for BA)


72 graded credit hours are required for a Bachelor of Science/60 graded credit hours are required for a Bachelors of Arts

 

January 2022 - Program updated MATH 407 Capstone Seminar (4 credits) to 3 courses (equaling 4 capstone credits): MATH 407A (1 cr), MATH 407B (1 cr) and MATH 407C (2 cr UWR)

Last EPCC update - November 2014

ELECTIVES APPENDIX - ADVISING NOTIFICATIONS


The comments below are advising comments, not requirements. Students intending to continue into EOU’s MAT program and/or pursue a career as a high school mathematics teacher are advised to include the following among their electives:
MATH 323 Mathematical Modeling [UWR]
MATH 338 Modern Geometry
MATH 355 Advanced Discrete Mathematics
MATH 361 Probability and Statistics

Students interested in graduate studies in mathematics are advised to include the following among their electives:
MATH 321 Differential Equations
MATH 338 Modern Geometry
MATH 355 Advanced Discrete Mathematics
MATH 412 Real Analysis
MATH 445 Modern Algebra II

Students interested in a quantitative career in industry (such as an actuary, statistician, or data analyst) are advised to include the following among their electives:
MATH 323 Mathematical Modeling [UWR]
MATH 361 Probability and Statistics
MATH 452 Operations Research
MATH 462 Applied Regression Analysis
STAT 352 Statistics