Mathematics

Math Four-Year Academic Plan

120 credit hours are required for Bachelor of Science degree. The Mathematics major prepares students for graduate study and entry into business and industrial positions. Detailed information about all Mathematic courses can be found in the academic catalog. Students should use Academic Planning on the mySXU portal to schedule courses and track degree progress.

Suggested four year academic plan for the major (courses required in the major are in bold)

Please consult with your academic advisor prior to course selection.

Semester 1 Credit Hours
TRANS 100: Transitions 1
PHIL 140: The Examined Life 3
ENGL 120: Rhetoric and Writing 3
MATH 200: Discrete Math 3
MATH 201: Calculus I 4
Semester 2 Credit Hours
FYS 175: First Year Seminar 3
COMM 101: Speech Fundamentals 3
PSYCH 101: Principles of Psychology 3
MATH 202: Calculus II 4
MATH 211: Linear Algebra 4
Semester 3 Credit Hours
MATH 203: Calculus III 4
Application Area Course I 3-4
GE History 3
GE Biological Science 3
Elective 1-2
Semester 4 Credit Hours
MATH 301: Advanced Calculus 4
Application Area Course II 3
GE Arts and Humanities 3
GE Physical Science 3
Elective 2
Semester 5 Credit Hours
MATH 305: Probability and Statistics I 3
MATH 309: Abstract Algebra I 3
Math 300 Level Elective 3
GE History or Social Science 3
Elective 3
Semester 6 Credit Hours
MATH 306: Probability and Statistics II 3
Math 300 Level Elective 3
Math 300 Level Elective 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Semester 7 Credit Hours
MATH 308: History of Mathematics 3
Math 300 Level Elective 3
GE Diversity Studies 3
GE Literature and Fine Arts 3
Elective 3
Semester 8 Credit Hours
MATH 399: Senior Seminar 1
Math 300 Level Elective 3
GE Global Studies 3
Elective 3
Elective 3

Math Minor

Students must complete 18 credit hours in mathematics. A grade of C or better is required. Consult the academic catalog for course options.