University Studies - BS, Mathematics for Pre-Professionals Concentration

The Bachelor of Science in University Studies, Mathematics for Pre-Professionals area of concentration consists of courses that are designed to give students who are both interested in pre-professional programs and mathematically inclined a way to combine both interests.

MATH 220Foundations of Mathematics 13
MATH 251Engineering Mathematics III 13
MATH 308Differential Equations 13
MATH 409Advanced Calculus I3
MATH 415Modern Algebra I3
STAT 414Mathematical Statistics I3
MATH 304Linear Algebra 13
or MATH 323   or Linear Algebra 
MATH 400 - MATH 499 23
University and College Requirements
ENGL 1043
Select one of the following:
Public Speaking
Communication for Technical Professions
Argumentation and Debate
MATH 151Engineering Mathematics I 14
or MATH 171   or Analytic Geometry and Calculus 
MATH 152Engineering Mathematics II 14
or MATH 172   or Calculus 
Life and physical sciences9
Language, philosophy and culture 33
Creative arts3
Social and behavioral sciences3
American history6
POLS 206American National Government 43
POLS 207State and Local Government 43
Minor 115-18
Minor 215-18
General Electives 516-22
Total Semester Credit Hours120

Must make a grade of 'C' or better.


MATH 401, MATH 403, and MATH 433 will not fulfill this requirement.


Select 3 hours from any 200-499 level course.


Completion of four semesters of upper-level ROTC may be substituted for three hours of this requirement.


Hours of 100-499 courses not used elsewhere.