The B.S. in Mathematics program provides a substantial background in mathematics, statistics and computer science to produce graduates who can work as mathematicians. The program allows optional courses that enable the student to focus on areas of interest like pure or applied mathematics.

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.

**I.** All general education requirements of the University. Courses in the major may be applied to satisfy the Mathematical Skills requirement, and the Natural Sciences or Mathematics requirements. Related Area courses may be used to meet other distribution requirements if appropriate.

**II. The following course work in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is required.** (Must be completed with a grade of C- or higher)

Courses | Required Hours | |
---|---|---|

CMP SCI 1250 |
Introduction to Computing | 3 |

MATH 1320 |
Introduction to Probability and Statistics | 3 |

MATH 1800 |
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I | 5 |

MATH 1900 |
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II | 5 |

MATH 2000 |
Analytic Geometry and Calculus III | 5 |

MATH 2020 |
Introduction to Differential Equations | 3 |

MATH 2450 |
Elementary Linear Algebra | 3 |

MATH 3250 |
Foundations of Mathematics | 3 |

or CMP SCI 3130 |
Design and Analysis of Algorithms | |

MATH 4100 |
Real Analysis I | 3 |

Total Hours |
33 |

Must be above 4000 in mathematics, statistics or computer science, at least one of which must be in mathematics/statistics.

Candidates for B.S. in Mathematics must satisfy the requirements in two of the groups below with a grade of C- or better.

If candidates choose group 2, then they cannot apply either the two courses listed in that group towards the additional 4000 level mathematics courses (beyond the core requirements) that must be completed for each of these degrees.

Students seeking a double degree, either within this department or with another department, do not have to fulfill the related area requirements.

1) Computer Science: |

Two courses from the following list: |

2250 Programming and Data Structures |

2700 Computer Architecture and Organization |

3130 Design and Analysis of Algorithms |

4140 Theory of Computation |

4410 Computer Graphics |

4420 Introduction to Digital Image Processing |

2) Statistics |

4200 Mathematical Statistics I |

4210 Mathematical Statistics II |

3) Biology |

2102 General Ecology |

2103 General Ecology Laboratory |

4) Biology |

2012 Genetics |

4182 Population Biology |

5) Chemistry |

1111 Introductory Chemistry I |

1121 Introductory Chemistry II |

6) Chemistry |

3312 Physical Chemistry I |

and another 3000-level, or above, chemistry course. |

7) Economics |

1001 Principles of Microeconomics |

1002 Principles of Macroeconomics |

4100 Introduction to Econometrics |

8) Philosophy |

3360 Formal Logic |

3380 Philosophy of Science |

9) Physics |

2111 Physics: Mechanics and Heat |

2112 Physics: Electricity, Magnetism, and Optics |

10) Physics |

3221 Mechanics |

and another 3000-level, or above, physics course. |

11) Business Administration |

3320 Advanced Supply Chain and Operations Management |

4350 Prescriptive Analytics and Optimization |

12) Engineering |

2310 Statics |

2320 Dynamics |