## MATHEMATICS
The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics requires the completion of 13 units of mathematics, statistics, and computer science. These units must include Math 122, 131, 201, 331, 361, 431, 491, Statistics 202, and CPSC 120; and four additional units in mathematics or statistics numbered 300-level or above.
A minor in mathematics will require six units, including MATH 121, 122, 131, 201 and two additional units in mathematics or statistics. One of these additional units must be at the 200 level or above and the other must be at the 300 level or above.
Theory and application of the contemporary mathematical topics of graph
theory, modeling of social choice, game theory, and selected others.
(1) (Not open to students who have received credit for either Mathematics
104 or 105 or 112 or higher.)
Theory and application of several mathematical models used in business
and social sciences. Topics include matrices, linear programming, functions,
limits, and derivatives. (1)
Primarily for students of biology, business, economics, and the behavioral
sciences. Topics include limits, differentiation and integration, optimization
problems, numerous applications. (Credit cannot be received for both
Mathematics 112 and 121.) (1)
The analysis of limits, derivatives, integrals and their applications
for functions of one variable. (Credit cannot be received for both Mathematics
112 and 121.) (1)
The analysis of integrals, sequences and series, parametric equations
and their applications for functions of one variable. (1)
Set theory, number systems, formal logic, functions and relations, and
an introduction to mathematical proofs. (1)
Linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, linear mappings, determinants,
quadratic forms, geometric applications. (1)
Topological spaces, functions, mappings, connectedness, compactness,
metric spaces. (1)
The analysis of functions of several variables, double and triple integrals,
line integrals, vector fields, and surface integrals. (1) (Credit may
not be received for Mathematics 321 if credit has been received for Mathematics
222, which was offered for the last time in Spring 2004.)
Ordinary differential equations with applications. (1)
Axiomatic study of selected algebraic structures. (1)
Special topics in Mathematics. (1)
Numerical integration and differentiation, numerical methods in linear
algebra, interpolation; error analysis, stability and conditioning. (1)
Selected topics in mathematics carried out under direction of a member of the department staff. (Enrollment with the approval of the department.) (1/2, 1, 1/2)
Field placement providing practical experience and training in areas in which mathematics is applied. These areas may include industry, government agencies, educational institutions, insurance companies, and a variety of private enterprises. (Permission of the department is required.) (1)
The structure of the real number system; selected topics from metric
spaces, continuity, differentiation, integration, sequences and series.
(1)
The structure of the complex number system; analytic functions, conformal
mappings and applications; the theory of complex integration. (1)
Series solutions of differential equations. Bessel functions, Legendre
polynomials, Fourier series, partial differential equations, boundary
value problems. (1)
Advanced topics in pure and applied mathematics, presentation of math
projects, topics in the history of math. (1)
A program of independent study culminating in a paper, artistic creation,
or performance. |