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Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science

Department of Mathematics and Actuarial Science

Class Schedule

Coursework


B.A. in Mathematics 

The B.A. curriculum is designed to introduce students to major areas of abstract mathematics beyond calculus.

Mathematics core courses include:

  • Calculus and Analytic Geometry I, II, and II
  • Probability
  • Bridge to Abstract Mathematics
  • Linear Algebra 
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Introduction to Analysis I
  • Senior Thesis in Mathematics

The program allows students to explore, in depth, another area of study in liberal arts or sciences.In addition, students fulfill the general education requirements for the baccalaureate of arts degree in the College of Arts and Sciences. This provides them with learning experiences in humanities, social and physical sciences, culture studies, and arts.

B.S. in Mathematics 

The B.S curriculum is designed to introduce both applied and abstract mathematics beyond calculus.

It includes:

  • Calculus I, II, and III
  • Probability
  • Bridge to Abstract Mathematics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Four 300-400-level application courses
  • Two courses from the advanced course list: Statistical Inference, Abstract Algebra, NumberTheory, Introduction to Analysis I
  • Senior Thesis in Mathematics

Study of other disciplines that use mathematics, such as physics, computer science, chemistry or business, is strongly encouraged

B.S. in Actuarial Science

Mathematics Core Courses:

  • Calculus I, II and III
  • Applied Linear Algebra
  • Probability
  • Statistical Inference

Actuarial Science Core Courses:

  • Theory of Interest
  • Life Contingencies

Computer Science Core Courses:

  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Applied Programming Techniques

Economics and Business Core Courses:

  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting

In addition to the listed courses, the student is responsible for fulfilling the general requirements of the bachelor‘s degree as established by the College of Arts and Sciences.

Students should consult with the department for additional information concerning prerequisites, course content and academic counseling.