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2023-2024 Course Catalog

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

Academically equivalent, both bachelor of art and bachelor of science will fully prepare you for a career in mathematics. If you choose to graduate with two majors, and one major is only offered as a B.A. or B.S., the second major should match the first degree. Mathematics majors seeking an education endorsement will receive a B.S. degree.



34 hours
Mathematics Major (B.A. or B.S.**, 48-49 hours)
MATH 1600 Calculus I 5 hours
MATH 1610 Calculus II 5 hours
MATH 2200 Foundations of Modern Mathematics 3 hours
MATH 2600 Calculus III 4 hours
MATH 3200 Linear Algebra 3 hours
MATH 3300 Mathematical Statistics I 3 hours
MATH 3750 Numerical Analysis or
MATH 3700 Mathematical Modeling
3 hours
MATH 4200 Abstract Algebra I 4 hours
MATH 4300 Real Analysis 4 hours
Math Elective 3-4 hours

Select one of the following (may not use a course taken above as an elective):

Capstone 3 hours
MATH 4980 Mathematics Seminar 3 hours

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.

Required Supporting Program 8 hours
CMPSC 1100 Python Programming I 4 hours
CMPSC 2100 Python Programming II or DATA 1200 Excel and SQL Programming 4 hours

**A Mathematics major may earn either a B.A. or B.S. degree. However, if a student has a first major that is associated with a different baccalaureate degree, the Mathematics major may serve as a second major for the degree associated with the first major (B.FA., B.M., B.S.N.).