General Curriculum in Mathematics

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This is the default curriculum required for students who do not declare a concentration.

STAT 301Statistics I4
or STAT 305 Introduction to Probability and Simulation
or STAT 425 Probability Theory
Tracks
Choose three tracks from the following list, with at least one track chosen from the first four tracks listed. A track consists of two paired courses representing depth of study with a particular focus. 124
Introduction to Analysis II
and Introduction to Analysis III
Abstract Algebra II
and Abstract Algebra III
Linear Algebra III
and Introduction to Analysis II
Topology I
Abstract Algebra II
and Introduction to Analysis II
Topology I
Vector Analysis
and Introduction to Differential Geometry
Graph Theory
and Discrete Mathematics with Applications I
Linear Analysis II
and Differential Equations II
Partial Differential Equations
Mathematical Software
and Theory of Numbers
Linear Analysis II
Complex Analysis I
and Complex Analysis II
Game Theory
and Numerical Optimization
Euclidean Geometry
and Modern Geometries
Numerical Analysis I
and Numerical Analysis II
Select from the following approved electives:16
Data Structures
Project-Based Object-Oriented Programming and Design
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Vector Analysis
Graph Theory
Theory of Numbers
Linear Analysis II
Mathematical Software
Introduction to Differential Geometry
Linear Algebra III
Complex Analysis I
Complex Analysis II
Introduction to Analysis II
Introduction to Analysis III
Differential Equations II
Partial Differential Equations
Introduction to the History of Mathematics
Discrete Mathematics with Applications I
Game Theory
Topology I
Euclidean Geometry
Modern Geometries
Numerical Analysis I
Numerical Analysis II
Numerical Optimization
Senior Project Seminar
Senior Project Applied Seminar
Senior Project I
and Senior Project II
Selected Advanced Topics
Advanced Topics in Mathematics 2
Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics 2
Abstract Algebra II
Abstract Algebra III
General Physics II
General Physics III
Modern Physics I
Thermal Physics I
Classical Mechanics I
Vibrations and Waves
Optics
Quantum Mechanics I
Electromagnetic Fields and Waves I
Statistics I
Statistics II
Introduction to Probability and Simulation
Probability Theory
Estimation and Sampling Theory
Mathematical Statistics
Total units44
1

A single course cannot be used to satisfy multiple tracks.

2

Maximum 8 units combined between MATH 475 and MATH 476.