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2012-2013 UMass Dartmouth Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Mathematics Major BA


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BA degree 

At the end of the sophomore year, students, aided by their faculty advisors, should plan a course of study for the completion of the college program.

The advanced courses selected during the third and fourth years should be consistent with the student’s interests and goals.

Students must earn a grade of C- or higher in all mathematics courses taken at the 200 or higher level in all undergraduate mathematics degree programs.

Requirements


First Year: 32 credits


Humanities/Social Sciences or Electives


Twelve (12) credits required.

Second Year: 33 credits


Physics


Eight (8) credits required.

Computer and Information Science


 Three (3) credits required from the following:

Literature


Six (6) credits required.

Humanities, Social Science or Electives


Six (6) credits required.

Third Year: 30 credits


Math


Six (6) credits required.

Math Electives


Six (6) credits required.

Humanities/Social Science Electives


Six (6) credits required.

Electives


Twelve (12) credits required of unspecified Electives.

Fourth Year: 25 credits


Math


Three (3) credits required.

Math Electives


Six (6) credits required.

Humanities/Social Science Electives


Six (6) credits required.

Electives


Ten (10) credits required of unspecified Electives.

Total credits: 120


Mathematics Electives


Math Electives Code:

T—recommended for students preparing to teach
G—recommended for students preparing for graduate school
A—recommended for students in applied mathematics

University Studies Requirements


In addition to the requirements in the major, students will be required to complete the University Studies requirements. For more information: http://www.umassd.edu/generaleducation/universitystudies/universitystudiescurriculum/.

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