# Program Requirements

#### Requirements for a Math Major

MATH 151 Calculus I (or equivalent) MATH 152 Calculus II

MATH 241 Linear Algebra COMP 160 Fundamentals of Computer Science

MATH 253 Calculus III MATH 260 Discrete Structures

**Majors must then choose three of the following four breadth courses:**

MATH 301 Advanced Calculus MATH 311 Intro to Modern Algebra

MATH 339 Probability MATH 317 Geometry

**Majors must also choose two additional elective courses from the following list, with
at least one at the 300 level:**

MATH 207 Statistics for the Sciences MATH 254 Differential Equations

MATH 301 Advanced Calculus MATH 311 Introduction to Modern Algebra

MATH 317 Geometry MATH 323 Numerical Analysis

MATH 345 Linear Regression & Analysis of Variance

MATH 350 Topics in Mathematics MATH 339 Probability

**Majors must choose one of the following capstone experiences:**

MATH 420 Independent Study & Seminar MATH 430 Mathematical Modeling

#### Requirements for an Economics Major

BUSI 201 Business Problem Solving

BUSI 105 Introduction to Commerce

ECON 200 Principles of Economics

BUSI 205 Business Statistics

ECON 300 Microeconomic Theory

ECON 301 Macroeconomic Theory

ECON 371 Introduction to Econometrics

ECON 401 Public Policy

*Plus three additional ECON courses at the 300 or 400 level.*

Students planning on graduate study in economics are encouraged to gain a working knowledge of Calculus.

An emphasis in Food Security may also be added to this major.

#### Requirements for a Math Minor

**Minors must choose one course from the Calculus sequence:**

MATH 151 Calculus I

MATH 152 Calculus II

MATH 253 Calculus III

**Minors must also choose one course from the following two courses:**

MATH2 41 Linear Algebra

MATH 260 Discrete Structures

*All five elective courses must be above the 150 level in Mathematics.*

*At least one elective should be at or above the 300 level. MATH 210 and MATH 211 (Foundations
of Elementary Mathematics I & II) will not count toward the minor.*

#### Requirements for an Economics Minor

ECON 200 Principles of Economics

ECON 300 Intermediate Price Theory

ECON 301 Intermediate Macro-economics

*Plus two additional ECON courses at the 300 or 400 level.*

Many Economics majors choose to study Business Finance and the subsequent course in Portfolio Investment. These courses can be counted within the requirements for the Economics major.

An emphasis in Food Security may also be added to this minor.