University Studies - BS, Mathematics for Business Concentration
The Bachelor of Science in University Studies, Mathematics for Business area of concentration consists of courses that are designed to give students who are both interested in business and mathematically inclined a way to combine both interests.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|MATH 220||Foundations of Mathematics 1||3|
|MATH 308||Differential Equations 1||3|
|MATH 325||The Mathematics of Interest||3|
|MATH 425||The Mathematics of Contingent Claims||3|
|STAT 211||Principles of Statistics I||3|
|MATH 251||Engineering Mathematics III 1||3|
|or MATH 221||or Several Variable Calculus|
|MATH 304||Linear Algebra 1||3|
|or MATH 323||or Linear Algebra|
|MATH 442||Mathematical Modeling||3|
|or STAT 408||or Introduction to Linear Models|
|University and College Requirements|
|Select one of the following:|
|Communication for Technical Professions|
|Argumentation and Debate|
|MATH 151||Engineering Mathematics I 1||4|
|or MATH 171||or Analytic Geometry and Calculus|
|MATH 152||Engineering Mathematics II 1||4|
|or MATH 172||or Calculus|
|Life and physical sciences||9|
|Language, philosophy and culture 4||3|
|Social and behavioral sciences||3|
|POLS 206||American National Government 2||3|
|POLS 207||State and Local Government 2||3|
|General Electives 3||16-22|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||120|
Must make a grade of 'C' or better.
Completion of four semesters of upper-level ROTC may be substituted for three hours of the requirement.
Hours must be in 100-499 courses not used elsewhere.
Select 3 hours from any 200-499 level course.