**Mathematics Major, Bachelor of Science (BS)**

The program leading to a BS in Mathematics is rigorous, but flexible. All students enroll in the required core of mathematics and also choose electives in mathematics. Then, there is a choice of electives outside of mathematics that gives students a background in fields where mathematics is heavily used in industry and government. Therefore, this degree prepares students for a career in industry or government or for graduate study in mathematics or a closely related field.

**Prerequisite Grade Policy: **students must have earned a grade ≥C or better in any course that is to be used to satisfy a prerequisite requirement for a subsequent mathematics course offered by the Eastern Washington University Department of Mathematics.

**Grade Requirements: **students must receive a grade ≥C in each course used to satisfy the requirements of an undergraduate major or minor in mathematics.

| CALCULUS I | 5 |

| CALCULUS II | 5 |

| CALCULUS III | 5 |

| FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS | 5 |

| LINEAR ALGEBRA | 5 |

| CALCULUS IV | 5 |

| INTRODUCTORY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 4 |

| PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE I | 5 |

| RINGS AND POLYNOMIALS | 5 |

| NUMERICAL METHODS | 5 |

| CONTINUOUS FUNCTIONS | 5 |

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| PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY | |

| PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY | |

| PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY | |

| DATA STRUCTURES | |

| C++ PROGRAMMING | |

| ALGORITHMS | |

| OPERATING SYSTEMS | |

| COMPILERS | |

| INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS | |

| ADVANCED ALGORITHMS | |

| ECONOMETRICS | |

| MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS | |

| SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS I | |

| SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS II | |

| DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING | |

| DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS | |

| CONTROL SYSTEMS | |

| DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS | |

| DISCRETE MATHEMATICS WITH APPLICATIONS | |

| NUMBER THEORY | |

| BIOMATHEMATICS | |

| ADVANCED LINEAR ALGEBRA | |

| APPLIED GROUP THEORY | |

| GALOIS THEORY | |

| NUMERICAL LINEAR ALGEBRA | |

| NUMERICAL ANALYSIS | |

| DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | |

| PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | |

| ADVANCED CALCULUS I | |

| ADVANCED CALCULUS II | |

| FOUNDATIONS OF GEOMETRY | |

| COMPLEX ANALYSIS | |

| PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE II | |

| PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE III | |

| FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS | |

| CLASSICAL MECHANICS I | |

| CLASSICAL MECHANICS II | |

| RELATIVITY | |

| QUANTUM PHYSICS I: INTRODUCTION | |

| ELECTROMAGNETISM I | |

| ELECTROMAGNETISM II | |

| SENIOR THESIS | 5 |

Total Credits | 94 |

**The following plan of study is for a student with zero credits.** Individual students may have different factors such as: credit through transfer work, Advanced Placement, Running Start, or any other type of college-level coursework that requires an individual plan.

Courses could be offered in different terms, checking the academic schedule is paramount in keeping an individual plan current. **Students should connect with an advisor to ensure they are on track to graduate.**

All Undergraduate students are required to meet the Undergraduate Degree Requirements.

First Year |
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Fall Quarter | Credits | Winter Quarter | Credits | Spring Quarter | Credits |

| 5 | | 5 | | 5 |

| 5 | | 5 | | 5 |

Humanities & Arts BACR 1^{1} | 5 | Social Science BACR 1^{1} | 5 | Natural Science BACR 1^{1} | 5 |

| 15 | | 15 | | 15 |

Second Year |
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Fall Quarter | Credits | Winter Quarter | Credits | Spring Quarter | Credits |

| 5 | | 5 | | 5 |

| 5 | Mathematics Elective^{2} | 5 | Mathematics Elective^{2} | 5 |

Humanities & Arts BACR 2^{1} | 5 | Social Science BACR 2^{1} | 5 | Natural Science BACR 2^{1} | 5 |

| 15 | | 15 | | 15 |

Third Year |
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Fall Quarter | Credits | Winter Quarter | Credits | Spring Quarter | Credits |

| 4 | Diversity - graduation requirement^{1} | 5 | | 5 |

| 5 | Mathematics Elective^{2} | 5 | Mathematics Elective^{2} | 5 |

Global Studies - graduation requirement^{1} | 5 | Mathematics Elective^{2} | 5 | Mathematics Elective^{2} | 5 |

Elective - certificate, minor, or general elective | 1 | | |

| 15 | | 15 | | 15 |

Fourth Year |
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Fall Quarter | Credits | Winter Quarter | Credits | Spring Quarter | Credits |

Mathematics Elective^{2} | 5 | | 5 | | 5 |

Elective - certificate, minor, or general elective | 5 | Elective - certificate, minor, or general elective | 5 | (Senior Capstone - graduation requirement) | 5 |

Elective - certificate, minor, or general elective | 5 | Elective - certificate, minor, or general elective | 5 | Elective - certificate, minor, or general elective | 5 |

| 15 | | 15 | | 15 |

Total Credits 180 |

Students who earn a BS in Mathematics from EWU should be able to:

- communicate mathematical concepts both technically and non-technically;
- create and understand mathematical arguments and proofs;
- discuss mathematical applications in industry and the sciences;
- perform analysis with numerical and symbolic mathematical technology/software.