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As part of these requirements, students may elect one of the following concentrations:
Applied Mathematics concentration
The Applied Mathematics concentration provides a background in applied mathematics and statistics, enabling graduates to seek careers in government and industry, or to pursue graduate work in applied mathematics or statistics. The Applied Mathematics concentration requires:
A student who achieved a score of 4 or better on the College Board Advanced Placement Calculus AB Examination should be placed in MA 122 in the first semester and MA 222 in the second semester. Credit will be given for MA 121.
A student who achieved a score of 4 or better on the College Board Advanced Placement Calculus BC Examination should be placed in MA 222 in the first semester consider taking MA 201 in the second semester. Credit will be given for both MA 121 and MA 122.
All Mathematics majors should take a 4-credit math course every semester, even if they have AP or transfer credit for one or more calculus courses.
A C- or better is required in ALL prerequisite courses in order to continue in the major.
MA 301 and MA 421 are offered alternating years (MA 301 in odd years. MA 421 in even years.). Students are advised to take them during their Junior or Senior year.
MA 332 and MA 441 are offered even-numbered years. MA 331, MA 425, and MA 341 are offered odd-numbered years.