Mathematics (B.A., B.S.)

Major: Mathematics (B.A., B.S.)

Departments/Programs
Mathematics and Computer Science
Courses  
Mathematics Major (B.A. or B.S., 39-40 hours)
MATH 105 Calculus I 5 hours
MATH 106 Calculus II 5 hours
MATH 111 Introduction to Higher Mathematics 3 hours
MATH 204 Calculus III 4 hours
MATH 206 Mathematical Statistics I 3 hours
MATH 210 Linear Algebra 3 hours
MATH 212 Numerical Analysis or
MATH 227 Mathematical Modeling
3 hours
MATH 230 Abstract Algebra I 3 hours
MATH 235 Mathematical Problem Solving 1 hour
MATH 240 Real Analysis 3 hours
Math electives 3-4 hours

Not taken from:
MATH 200 Formal Languages and Automata
MATH 207 Mathematical Statistics II
MATH 209 Number Theory
MATH 212 Numerical Analysis
MATH 221 Geometry
MATH 224 Differential Equations
MATH 227 Mathematical Modeling
MATH 231 Abstract Algebra II
MATH 290 Selected Topics

 
Senior Comprehensive: 3 hours
MATH 299 Mathematics Seminar  

Students seeking an education field endorsement in mathematics follow the above requirements with the following changes:

See the Nebraska Wesleyan University Department of Education for information regarding education courses required for teaching certification.

An approved supporting program of 20 hours that includes CMPSC 040 Program Design is also required for all Mathematics majors. Cooperatively designed by the student and advisor, the supporting program may overlap with one or more minors or a second major.

For the mathematics and computer science majors, the B.A. degree requires a minor from the humanities or arts, or more than 50 percent of the supporting program from these areas, while the B.S. degree requires a minor from the natural or social sciences, or more than 50 percent of the supporting program from these areas. Mathematics majors seeking an education endorsement whose supporting program consists of education courses will receive a B.S. degree.