The following plan of study for a mathematics major would need to be modified if the student begins in a mathematics course beyond Calculus I. Changes in sequencing may be desirable for other reasons. All modifications should be made in consultation with the student's academic adviser.
To see the title of a course in the plan of study below, simply pass the cursor over the course's number. To see an overview of a course, click on its number. A list of all mathematics courses is found on our Course Descriptions page.
* The School of Arts and Sciences requires all majors to complete a foreign language course at the 202 level or higher. Students not prepared to begin at this level will need to take additional courses in the language, which count as general electives.
** The student should choose the nine credits of mathematics electives in consultation with his or her adviser to complement the student's career goals. CS 332. Theory of Computation may be used as three of the nine credits of mathematics electives. However, students interested in secondary education certification must use MATH 312. Geometry, MATH 322. Mathematical Probability, and MATH 323. Mathematical Statistics as the mathematics electives in order to be prepared for the certification examinations.