Consult the General Education website for General Education requirements.
The following courses cannot be used as Electives:
No more than 60 Math credits can be counted toward the degree.
Computer Science Requirement
COMP.1010, COMP.1020, COMP.2010
ENGL.2290 (Essay Writing for Non-English Majors. Students who have completed other courses with substantial writing requirements, can petition to have that work count as the mathematics writing requirement.
General Education Requirement
Bachelor of Science Requirements
A minimum of 74 credits and 20 courses from the offerings of science and mathematics.
Four science lecture courses with co-requisite labs, including a two semester sequence in a department other than Mathematics – COMP.1010 (Computing I), COMP.1020 (Computing II), MATH.2310/2320 (Calculus III)& Math Lab I) and MATH.2360 (Engineering Diff Eqns) qualify. If you use math courses to fulfill lab science requirements, you will have to take additional science elective courses to satisfy the requirement of 74 science credits. The following courses CANNOT be used to fulfill science requirements: CHEM.1010, CHEM.1110, CHEM.1120, CHEM.1130, CHEM.1140, ATMO.1020, ATMO.1200, ATMO.1410, ENVI.1010, ENVI.1020, ENVI.1150, GEOL.1010, COMP.1110, COMP.1130, COMP.1140, COMP.1150, COMP.2110, PHYS.1210, PHYS.1210, RADI.1010, RADI.1020.
The mathematics and Computer Science departments offer a double major – see the undergraduate coordinator for details.
Note: Deviations from this sample program of study require permission of the Mathematics Department Chair or Undergraduate Coordinator. To receive written permission, use a Student Exception form and keep a copy for your own files.
Restriction on off-campus study:
Last Updated: 10/17/2017