BA MathematicsThe program leading to the BA in mathematics is especially strong, and is unique within the region. The department strives to promote excellence; it fields teams for the Putnam competition and prepares students for actuarial exams. It also sponsors a chapter of the mathematical honor society, Pi Mu Epsilon. Recent graduates are successfully pursuing careers in industry or doctoral work at top-level universities.
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BA Mathematics

The program leading to the BA in mathematics is especially strong, and is unique within the region. The department strives to promote excellence; it fields teams for the Putnam competition and prepares students for actuarial exams. It also sponsors a chapter of the mathematical honor society, Pi Mu Epsilon. Recent graduates are successfully pursuing careers in industry or doctoral work at top-level universities.BA, MathematicsMajor<p>The program leading to the BA in Mathematics is especially strong, and is unique within the region.<span style="mso-spacerun: yes"> </span>The department strives to promote excellence; it fields teams for the Putnam competition and prepares students for actuarial exams.<span style="mso-spacerun: yes"> </span>It also sponsors a chapter of the mathematical honor society, Pi Mu Epsilon.<span style="mso-spacerun: yes"> </span>Recent graduates are successfully pursuing careers in industry or doctoral work at top-level universities.</p>
<p><a href="Documents/CSHE/Mathematics/Handout_Math_BA.pdf">Advising Handout</a></p><p>Note: two years of a single high school foreign language or one year of a single college level foreign language is required.</p>
<p><strong>Required Courses (52 credits)</strong><br />MATH 161 Calculus I (5)<br />MATH 162 Calculus II (5)<br />MATH 163 Calculus III (5)<br />MATH 225 Foundations of Mathematics (5)<br />MATH 231 Linear Algebra (5)<br />MATH 241 Calculus IV (5)<br />MATH 360 or 460 Continuous Functions (4)<br />MATH 431 Introduction to Modern Algebra I (4)<br />MATH 432 Introduction to Modern Algebra II (4)<br />MATH 461 Advanced Calculus I (4)<br />MATH 462 Advanced Calculus II (4)<br />MATH 494 Senior Seminar (2) (2.0 must be obtained for graduation)</p>
<p><strong>Mathematics Electives-Select six courses from the following (24 credits) </strong><br />MATH 345 Numerical Analysis I (4)<br />*MATH 347 Introductory Differential Equations (4)<br />MATH 385 Probability and An Introduction to Statistics (4)<br />*MATH 430 Advanced Linear Algebra (4)<br />*MATH 433 Introduction to Modern Algebra III (4)<br />*MATH 445 Numerical Analysis II (4)<br />*MATH 447 Differential Equations (4)<br />*MATH 470 Foundations of Geometry (4)<br />*MATH 481 Complex Analysis (4)<br />*MATH 485 Theoretical Probability and Mathematical Statistics (4)</p>
<p><strong>Supporting Courses (13 credits)</strong><br />Courses satisfying this requirement must be selected from the following two lists, with at least 5 credits from List A and at least 8 credits from List B. Additional prerequisites may be required for List A courses. Please check computer science course descriptions for prerequisite listings.<br /><strong></strong></p>
<p><strong>List A</strong><br />CSCD 210 Programming Principles I (5)<br />CSCD 211 Programming Principles II (5)<br />CSCD 255 C Programming for Engineers (5)<br />CSCD 305 C++ Programming (4)<br />CSCD 334 Advanced Techniques in Visual Basic (4)<br /><strong></strong></p>
<p><strong>List B</strong><br />CHEM 421 Physical Chemistry (4)<br />CHEM 422 Physical Chemistry (3)<br />CHEM 423 Physical Chemistry (3)<br />CSCD 420 Automata (4)<br />CSCD 421 Automata and Languages (4)<br />CSCD 501 Theory of Computing I (4)<br />CSCD 502 Theory of Computing II (4)<br />ECON 430 Mathematical Economics (5)<br />PHYS 151 General Physics I (4)<br />PHYS 152 General Physics II (4)<br />PHYS 153 General Physics III (4)</p>
<p><strong>Required program credits: 52 credits<br />Mathematics elective credits: 24 credits<br />Required supporting credits: 13 credits<br />Total credits for above major: 89 credits</strong></p>Apply knowledge gained in computer science courses to mathematical problems;Apply mathematical concepts to economics;Write clear, well-reasoned proofs;Understand the interconnectedness between mathematics and economics;Understand the interconnectedness between various branches of mathematics;Demonstrate competence in mathematics and school mathematics.Programs by College/SchoolEWU HomeAdmissionsApply for AdmissionAcademics at EasternLife at EWUSearchAthleticshttp://blogs.ewu.eduUpcoming EventsNewsCommunity ResourcesEWU on TwitterTemplate/ewulogo.png

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