Mathematics, Bachelor of Science with a Concentration in General Mathematics (B.S.)
Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate will:
- be able to apply mathematical techniques to social, economic, and scientific problems;
- understand the importance and power of mathematics in our rapidly changing technological age;
- be prepared to pursue a graduate program in this or a related area; and
- be well qualified for employment in any position requiring undergraduate training in mathematics.
In addition, students in the Teaching concentration will be prepared for certification to teach mathematics at the secondary level. Refer to the College of Education section of this Catalog regarding several teacher certification requirements associated with this degree program.
CIP Code: 27.0101
Summary Checklist for General Education
|A: Written Communication||3|
|B: Written Communication||3|
|C: Oral Communication||3|
|A: Historical Science||3|
|B: Social Behaviorial Science||3|
|Diversity of Perspectives Experiences||6|
Students are expected to complete Elements 1 and 2 within their first 60 hours of college credit.
|University Graduation Requirements|
|Student Success Seminar|
|SCO 100M||Student Success Seminar in Mathematics and Statistics (waived for transfers with 30+ hrs.)||1|
|Writing Intensive Course (Hrs. incorporated into Major/Supporting/Gen Ed/Free Electives categories)|
|Upper division courses (42 hrs. distributed throughout Major/Supporting/Gen Ed/Free Electives categories)|
|ACCT – Mathematics majors will fulfill ACCT requirements with any of the following. (Credit hours may be incorporated into Major or Supporting Course requirements.)|
|Clinical VI: The Professional Semester|
A 349 Co-op experience in any subject area
A program-approved service-learning course
A program-approved undergraduate scholarly or creative activity
|Thesis Project and Seminar (with a program-approved thesis topic)|
A program-approved leadership experience
A program-approved study abroad experience
|Major Requirements i, ii, iii|
|MAT 234||Calculus I||4|
|MAT 239||Linear Algebra and Matrices||3|
|MAT 244||Calculus II||4|
|MAT 254||Calculus III||4|
|MAT 301||Logic and Set Theory||3|
|MAT 308||Modern Algebra I||3|
|MAT 315||Introduction to Analysis||3|
|Students must select one of the following Concentrations:||15-18|
|Supporting Course Requirements|
|Choose from one of the following:||3|
|Intro to Game Programming|
|Introduction to Programming for Science & Engineering|
|Computing Concepts and Programming|
|Object- Oriented Programming I|
|STA 270||Applied Statistics (Element 2) G||1|
|Choose from 3-39 hours of free electives||3-39|
|Students planning to attend a graduate school in mathematics are strongly encouraged to select an in-depth study of a single foreign language as a part of their program.|
Three hours count toward Element 2G
Course also satisfies a General Education element. Hours are included within the 36 hours in General Education.
No course may be used to satisfy more than one lettered category below.
At least five upper-division courses which satisfy the major requirements (including core and concentration) must be completed at EKU.
Only courses completed with a grade of at least “C” will count toward the major requirements (including core and concentration).
|MAT 408||Modern Algebra II||3|
|or MAT 415||Analysis|
|MAT 498||Mathematics Capstone||1-3|
|or STA 498W||Statistics Capstone|
|Choose from one of the following:||3|
|Modern Algebra II|
Any MAT course numbered 505 or above 1
|Choose from nine hours of the following:||9|
Any MAT course numbered 300 or above 2
Any STA course numbered 300 or above 3
MAT 507 Seminar in Mathematics:___ only with department approval
Except for MAT 301 Logic and Set Theory, MAT 303 Mathematical Models and Applications, MAT 308 Modern Algebra I, MAT 315 Introduction to Analysis, and MAT 349 Applied Learning in Mathematics
Except for STA 349 Applied Learning in Statistics . No more than six hours of STA courses may be used to fulfill this requirement.