Suggested Freshman Year Courses: |
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MATH 121* CALCULUS I | done | need |

MATH 122 CALCULUS II | done | need |

MATH 131 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS | done | need |

CPSC 120 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE | done | need |

Suggested Sophomore Year Courses: |
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MATH 201 LINEAR ALGEBRA | done | need |

STAT 202 PROBABILITY | done | need |

MATH 331 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | done | need |

Suggested Junior/Senior Year Courses: |
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MATH 361 ** ABSTRACT ALGEBRA | done | need |

MATH 431 *** REAL ANALYSIS | done | need |

MATH 491 MATH SEMINAR | done | need |

ELECTIVE **** | done | need |

ELECTIVE **** | done | need |

ELECTIVE **** | done | need |

ELECTIVE **** | done | need |

Elective Choices for Major: |
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MATH 306 ***** TOPOLOGY | done | need |

MATH 321 VECTOR CALCULUS | done | need |

MATH 388 ***** TOPICS IN MATHMATICS | done | need |

MATH 402 ***** NUMERICAL ANALYSIS | done | need |

MATH 405 INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH (1/2 unit) | done | need |

MATH 406 INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH (1 unit) | done | need |

MATH 407 INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH (1/2 unit) | done | need |

MATH 416 INTERNSHIP | done | need |

MATH 481 ***** COMPLEX ANALYSIS | done | need |

MATH 482 ***** APPLIED DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | done | need |

MATH 495 ****, 496, 497 HONORS PROJECT (1/2,1,1/2 ) | done | need |

CPSC 390 THEORY OF COMPUTER | done | need |

PHYS 350 ELECTONMAGNETISM THEORY | done | need |

PHYS 432 THEORETICAL MECHANICS | done | need |

STAT 402 *** STATISTICAL METHODS | done | need |

STAT 401 ** MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS | done | need |

STAT 403 *** EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN | done | need |

STAT 404 ** APPLIED REGRESSION ANALYSIS |
done | need |

STAT 405 INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH (1/2 unit) |
done | need |

STAT 406 INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH (1 unit) |
done | need |

STAT 407 INDEPENDENT STUDY AND RESEARCH (1/2 unit) |
done | need |

STAT 416 INTERNSHIP | done | need |

PHYS 432 THEORETICAL MECHANICS | done | need |

* Math 121 is not an explicit requirement, but is a prerequisite for other courses in the major. Students with a strong calculus background should consult a member of the mathematics faculty to determine the appropriate starting point in the major. ** Taught in 2012-2013 and alternate years: take either junior or senior year depending upon when offered. *** Taught in 2013-2014 and alternate years: take either junior or senior year depending upon **** 495 Honors Project is prerequisite to 497 Honors Project. ***** Offered on a rotation basis, not every year. *****Only one of the four electives may be CPSC 390, Physics 350, or Physics 432. |