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Handbooks

IMPORTANT: Two versions of each degree option handbook are below. One version contains a 4-year course plan for students on Pathways General Education and the other contains a 4-year course plan for students on the Curriculum for Liberal Education (CLE). Be sure to consult the handbook that applies to you.

Math Major Handbook including Traditional Option Information for freshman entering 2018 or later (Pathways Gen Ed)[pdf] Math Major Handbook including Traditional Option Information for transfer students entering 2018 and continuing students (CLE)[pdf] The purpose of these handbooks is to advise you, the mathematics student, about the Mathematics Department and the curriculum for the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics.

ACM Option Handbook for freshman entering Fall 2018 or later (Pathways Gen Ed)[pdf] ACM Option Handbook for transfer students entering Fall 2018 and continuing students (CLE)[pdf] Handbook for the Applied Computational Mathematics Option.

ADM Option Handbook for freshman entering Fall 2018 or later (Pathways Gen Ed) [pdf] ADM Option Handbook for transfer students entering Fall 2018 and continuing students (CLE) [pdf] Techniques which employ combinatorics and discrete mathematics are being used in almost every area where mathematical computations are found. In response to this area's increased importance and utility, the Department has developed the ADM (Applied Discrete Mathematics) Option, in which the student is given exposure to fundamental ideas and techniques in discrete mathematics and combinatorics. Since computers are central in these applications we also require the students in this option to develop a strong foundation in Computer Science.

MSTR Option Handbook for freshman entering Fall 2018 or later (Pathways Gen Ed) [pdf] MSTR Option Handbook for transfer students entering Fall 2018 and continuing students (CLE) [pdf] The MATH-ED Program is an option program, administered by the Department of Mathematics, that leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. The program is designed to prepare future teachers of mathematics in secondary grades 6 - 12. The program is open to all students admitted into the Department of Mathematics.

Accelerated Undergraduate/Graduate Degree Program The Mathematics Department offers an accelerated program permitting up to 12 credit hours to be counted towards both B.S. and M.S. requirements (but hours meeting B.S. requirements cannot also be used later to meet Ph.D. requirements).

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