Math Degree Requirements

Degree Programs

 

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (for students declaring Fall 2014 or later):

The Mathematics Department at Roanoke offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. This degree requires the satisfactory completion of 13 units in mathematics, statistics and computer science to include:

  • •  Mathematics 122, 131, 201491,
    •  One of Mathematics 268, 278, or 288,
  • •  Two of Mathematics 311, 321, or 331,
  • •  Two of Mathematics 361, 371, or 381,
  • •  Statistics 202 and Computer Science 120,
  • •  Two additional units at or above the 300-level.

Note that Mathematics 119 or Mathematics 121 serves as a prerequisite to all courses in the major.

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (for students declaring prior to Fall 2014):

This degree requires the satisfactory completion of 13 units in mathematics, statistics and computer science to include:

•  Mathematics 122, 131, 201, 331, 361, 431, 491,
•  Statistics 202 and Computer Science 120; four additional units at or above the 300-level.

Mathematics 121 is a prerequisite to all courses in the major.

Minor in Mathematics

A minor in mathematics will require six units, including: MATH 121, 122, 131, 201 and two additional units in mathematics or statistics. One of these additional units must be a 200 level or above and the other must be at the 300 level or above.

Concentration in Statistics

A concentration in statistics will require five units, including STAT 202, 301, 302, and two additional units chosen from STAT 303, 304, CPSC 420, MATH 388 (with approval of the department) and MATH 416 or STAT 416 (with approval of the department).

 

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