Math

## Mathematics, BA |

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics is a traditional degree in mathematics. Most students choose this degree in order to prepare for a career as a mathematics teacher or to prepare for a graduate program in pure mathematics.

- Prepare students for employment or graduate study in a subject related to mathematics

- Be able to apply both theoretical and computational techniques to the solution of mathematical problems.
- Be able to comprehend, formulate and produce mathematical proof
- Be able to communicate correct mathematical content in both written and oral form.
- Be able to understand a broad array of interconnected concepts within mathematics.

- 43 semester hours in Mathematics
- A minimum 2.0 on each required mathematics course
- A CU minimum GPA of 2.0
- An Exit Interview with the Mathematics department is required prior to graduation.

All Math majors are required to meet with a faculty advisor in the Math department during their first year as a Math major. Students should regularly check the official UCCS catalog and the Student Success Advising Guides for additional information regarding the degree requirements.

- MATH 1350 - Calculus I (4 ch)
- MATH 1360 - Calculus II (4 ch)
- MATH 2150 - Discrete Math (3 ch)
- MATH 2350 - Calculus III (4 ch)

- MATH 2650 - Introduction to Computational Math (recommended 1 ch)
- MATH 3100 - Statistics for the Sciences

or - MATH 3810 - Introduction to Probability and Statistics (3 ch)
- MATH 3130 - Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 ch)
- MATH 3400 - Introduction to Differential Equations (3 ch)

- MATH 3110 - Number Theory (recommended 3 ch)

Note: MATH 3110 (Spring only) is strongly recommended for MATH 4140

- MATH 3410 - Introduction to Analysis (recommended 3 ch)

Note: MATH 3410 (Spring only) is strongly recommended for MATH 4310

- MATH 4040 - Senior Seminar (1 ch)
- MATH 4140 - Modern Algebra I (3 ch)
- MATH 4310 - Modern Analysis I (3 ch)
- MATH 4480 - Mathematical Modeling (3 ch)

or - MATH 4850 - Stochastic Modeling Note: MATH 4480 and MATH 4850 require MATH 2650 or adequate experience with computer programming.

Math BA students must select PHIL 3420 - Symbolic Logic I, as part of their LAS Humanities general education area requirements.

Mathematics BA students should select from the LAS Natural Sciences area general education courses. See the appropriate Student Success Advising Guide for a list of approved courses.

Mathematics BA students must select from the LAS Social Sciences area general education courses. See the appropriate Student Success Advising Guide for a list of approved courses.

The UCCS mathematics department offers a special honors track to qualified math undergraduate students who are already pursuing a BA or BS in Math degree at UCCS. More info ....

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