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B.S. in Mathematics with emphasis in Fiscal Mathematics (pending CBHE approval)

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers a program of study leading to the B.S. in mathematics degree with an emphasis in fiscal mathematics (pending CBHE approval). This program provides a sufficient background in mathematics, statistics, and to some extent, computer science to produce graduates who can work in areas requiring applied mathematical techniques and tools.  This degree is structured to allow additional, optional, courses that enable the student to focus on a variety of further areas of interest. 


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Degree Requirements

The following is a brief summary of degree requirements. For complete information and restrictions, please consult the University of Missouri-St. Louis Bulletin appropriate for you.

Core Requirements

CMP SCI 1250 Introduction to Computing
MATH 1320 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
MATH 1800 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MATH 1900 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
MATH 2000 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
MATH 2020 Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 2450 Elementary Linear Algebra
MATH 3250 Foundations of Mathematics
MATH 4100 Real Analysis I

In addition to the core requirements, the B.S. in Mathematics degree with emphasis in Fiscal Mathematics requires:

Specialized Requirements

MATH 3010 Financial Mathematics I
MATH 3020 Financial Mathematics II
FINANCE 3500 Financial Management
MATH 4005 Exploratory Data Analysis with R

In addition, two further courses in mathematics, statistics, or computer science numbered above 4000.

Related Requirements

ECON 4100 Introduction to Economics
ECON 4110 Applied Econometrics
     or ECON 4130 Business and Economic Forecasting

Complete two of the following courses:

FINANCE 3503 Computer Applications in Finance
FINANCE 3520 Investments
FINANCE 3521 Financial Engineering Apply Derivatives
FINANCE 3523 Fixed Income Analysis
FINANCE 3540 Introduction to Financial Institutions and Financial Markets