Program Structure | Department of Mathematics

Program Structure

B.Sc. (Research) in Mathematics

Program Structure

A sample path through the B.Sc. (Research) in Mathematics program is shown below. Students may be allowed by the Department Undergraduate Committee to alter the sequence of core courses in order to ease goals such as obtaining a Minor from another department or to complete prerequisites for a summer program or internship. Similarly, each student will have individually guided choice in timing CCC, UWE and Mathematics Elective courses.
Semester 1
Foundations 4
Calculus 1 4
Linear Algebra I 4
Mathematical Modelling 4
CCC 3
Semester 2
Calculus II 4
Computing 4
Vector Calculus and Geometry 4
UWE 3
CCC 3
Semester 3
Real Analysis I 4
Algebra I 4
Numerical Analysis I 4
Probability 4
UWE/CCC 3
Semester 4
Real Analysis II 4
Ordinary Differential Equations 4
Algebra II 4
Introduction to Statistics 4
UWE/CCC 3
Semester 5
Partial Differential Equations 4
Linear Algebra II 4
Undergraduate Seminar 4
UWE 3
CCC 3
Semester 6
Major Elective 4
Major Elective 4
Major Elective 4
UWE 3
CCC 3
Semester 7
Undergraduate Thesis I 4
Major Elective 4
Major Elective 4
UWE 3
UWE 3
CCC 3
Semester 8
Undergraduate Thesis II 8
Major Elective 4
UWE 3
CCC 3