Mathematics - Bachelor of Science
2020-21 Four-Year Plan

First TermHoursSecond TermHours
ENGL 110C3ENGL 211C, ENGL 221C or ENGL 231C (Grade of C or better required)3
MATH 2114MATH 2124
Human Behavior (ECON 202S required for the Actuarial Mathematics major)3Oral Communication3
Information Literacy and Research (CS 121G preferred. IT 150G is acceptable substitute for the Actuarial Mathematics major or the Big Data Analytics major)3Impact of Technology (IT 360T suggested for Actuarial Mathematics major)3
Elective or Language & Culture I (May be waived; See requirement details) 3ELective or Language & Culture II (May be waived; See requirement details)3
 16 16
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
MATH 3073MATH 3124
CS 1504Interpreting the Past3
Human Creativity3Philosophy and Ethics (PHIL 120P recommended)3
Nature of Science I (Course depends on major chosen. See requirement details)*4Nature of Science II (Course depends on major chosen. See requirement details)*4
 14 14
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
MATH 311W3MATH 3163
STAT 310 or STAT 431 (Statistics/Biostatistics and Actuarial Mathematics majors take both)3MATH 3173
Literature3STAT 330 or STAT 331 (Statistics/Biostatistics and Actuarial Mathematics majors take STAT 331)3
Major course*3Major course*3
Upper-Division General Education Course or Minor3Upper-Division General Education Course or Minor3
 15 15
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
Major course*3Major course*3
Major course*3Major course*3
Elective or Major Course if Big Data Analytics major*3Elective or Major Course if Big Data Analytics major*3
Elective or STAT 310 or STAT 431 if Statistics/Biostatistics and Actuarial Mathematics major*3Elective*3
Minor or Elective3Minor or Elective3
 15 15
Total credit hours: 120

*This is a suggested curriculum plan to complete this degree program in four years.  Please consult information in this Catalog, Degree Works, and your academic advisor for more specific information on course requirements for this degree.