The liberal arts program in mathematics provides broad background in both pure and applied mathematics. The B.S. option is more appropriate for students interested in scientific and technical applications of mathematics.
Nine credit hours (B.A.), 15 credit hours (B.S.) Both the B.A. and B.S. degree require nine hours of any MAT or MCS courses numbered 300 or above. The B.S. degree requires six additional hours of MAT or MCS courses excluding MAT 101, 102, 110, 111, 115, 201 or 499.
C. Physical Science: 0-7 credit hours (B.S. only)
Two courses must be chosen from the following:
These courses may also simultaneously satisfy the requirements for General Education Natural Science Category, providing seven additional elective credit hours.