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Curriculum

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Curriculum

Listed below is the sequenced curriculum designed to facilitate the acquisition of skills and knowledge required for this program.

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MATHEMATICS (131 Semester hours)

FRESHMAN YEAR

Fall Semester: 14 hours

CMAT 111 Calculus I (4)
CGED-C 100 First-Year Seminar I (1)
CENG-C 105 English Composition I (3)
CHIS-C 201 U.S., Africa and the World I (3)
CPHI-C 105 Critical Thinking (3)

Spring Semester: 15 hours
CMAT 112 Calculus II (4)
CGED-C 101 First-Year Seminar II (1)
CENG-C 106 English Composition II (3)
CHIS-C 202 U.S., Africa and the World II (3)
CPED-C 101/2 Physical Education Requirement (1)
CSTA-C 101 Fundamentals of Speech (3)

SOPHOMORE YEAR

Fall Semester: 16 hours
CMAT 211 Calculus III (4)
CMAT 214 Linear Algebra (3)
CENG-C 201/2 World Literature I or II (3)
Foreign Language Requirement (3)
CEDC 211 Foundations of Education (3)

Spring Semester: 18 hours
CMAT 212 Differential Equations (3)
CMAT 311 Mathematical Logic (3)
CPSC-C 106 Politics and Global Issues (3)
Foreign Language Requirement (3)
CLIB-C 101 Information Technology and Computer Application (3)
CEDC 301 Educational Psychology (3)

JUNIOR YEAR

Fall Semester: 17 hours
CMAT 325 Modern Algebra I (3)
CCIS 103 Fortran Programming (4)
CPHY 121 General Physics I (4)
CPSY 218 Human Growth and Development (3)
CHUM-C 230 Modern Period: WWI - Present (3)

Spring Semester: 17 hours
CPSY 301 Educational Psychology (3)
CMAT 310 Geometry for Secondary School Teachers (3)
CPHY 122 General Physics II (4)
CCIS 200 C Programming (4)
CMAT 326 Modern Algebra II (3)

SENIOR YEAR

Fall Semester: 15 hours

CMAT 421 Advanced Calculus I (3)
CEDC 425 Orientation to Special Education (3)
CEDC 443 High School Curriculum and Methods (3)
CEDC 454 Methods of Teaching Secondary School Mathematics (3)
CMAT 423 Introduction to Complex Variables (3)

Spring Semester: 16 hours
CEDC 415 School and Society (3)
CEDC 448 Student Teaching in the High School (13)
or CEDC 449 Student Teaching K-12 (13)



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS (124 hours)

FRESHMAN YEAR

Fall Semester: 14 hours
CMAT 111 Calculus I (4)
CGED-C 100 First-Year Seminar I (1)
CENG-C 105 English Composition I (3)
CHIS-C 201 U.S., Africa and the World I (3)
CPHI-C 105 Critical Thinking (3)

Spring Semester: 15 hours
CMAT 112 Calculus II (4)
CGED-C 101 First-Year Seminar II (1)
CENG-C 106 English Composition II (3)
CHIS-C 202 U.S., Africa and the World II (3)
CPED-C 101/2 Physical Education Requirement (1)
CLIB-C 101 Information Technology and Computer Application (3)

SOPHOMORE YEAR

Fall Semester: 16 hours

CMAT 211 Calculus III (4)
CMAT 214 Linear Algebra (3)
CENG-C 201/2 World Literature I or II (3)
Foreign Language Requirement (3)
CPSY-C 211General Psychology (3)

Spring Semester: 15 hours
CMAT 212 Differential Equations (3)
CMAT 311 Mathematical Logic (3)
CPSC-C 106 Politics and Global Issues (3)
Foreign Language Requirement (3)
CHUM-C 230 Modern Period: WWI-Present (3)

JUNIOR YEAR

Fall Semester: 17 hours

CMAT 321 Mathematical Probability and Statistics I (3)
CMAT 325 Modern Algebra I (3)
CPHY 121 General and Modern Physics (4)
CCIS Computer Programming Elective (4)
CSTA-C 101 Fundamentals of Speech (3)

Spring Semester: 17 hours
CMAT 322 Mathematical Probability and Statistics II (3)
CPHY 122 General and Modern Physics (4)
CCIS Computer Programming Elective (4)
CMAT 325 Modern Algebra Elective (6)

SENIOR YEAR

Fall Semester: 15 hours

CMAT 421 Advanced Calculus I (3)
CMAT 427 Introduction to Topology (3)
CMAT 423 Introduction to Complex Variables I (3)
Elective (3)
Elective (3)

Spring Semester: 15 hours
CMAT 422 Advanced Calculus II (3)
CMAT 424 Introduction to Complex Variables II (3)
CMAT Mathematics Elective (3)
Elective (3)
Elective (3)



FIVE-YEAR BS/MS IN MATHEMATICS (151 semester hours)

FRESHMAN YEAR

First Semester: 15 hours

CMAT 111 Calculus I (4)
CGED-C 100 First -Year Seminar I (1)
CENG-C 105 English Composition I (3)
CHIS-C 201 U.S., Africa and the World I (3)
CSTA-C 101 Fundamentals of Speech (3)
CPED-C 101/2 Physical Education Requirement (1)

Second Semester: 14 hours
CMAT 112 Calculus II (4)
CGED-C 101 First -Year Seminar II (1)
CENG-C 106 English Composition II (3)
CHIS-C 202 U.S., Africa and the World II (3)
CPSY-C 211General Psychology (3)

SOPHOMORE YEAR

Semester: 16 hours

CMAT 211 Calculus III (4)
CLIB-C 101 Information Technology and Computer Application (3)
CMAT 214 Linear Algebra (3)
CENG-C 201/2 World Literature I or II (3)
CPSC-C 106 Politics and Global Issues (3)

Second Semester: 15 hours
CMAT 212 Differential Equations (3)
CMAT 311 Mathematical Logical (3)
CPHI-C 105 Critical Thinking (3)
Elective (6)

JUNIOR YEAR

First Semester: 16 hours

CMAT 325 Modern Algebra I (3)
CMAT 423 Introduction to Complex Variables (3)
CPHY 121 Modern Physics (4)
CHUM-C 230 Modern Period: WWI - Present (3)
Foreign Language Requirement (3)

Second Semester: 16 hours
CMAT 326 Modern Algebra II (3)
CMAT 321 Mathematical Statistics and Probability (3)
CPHY 122 Modern Physics (4)
CMAT 424 Introduction to Complex Variables (3)
Foreign Language Requirement (3)

SENIOR YEAR

First Semester: 18 hours

CMAT 421 Advanced Calculus I (3)
CMAT 525 Abstract Algebra I (3)
CMAT 427 Introduction to Topology I (3)
(2) CMAT Electives in Mathematics- (Courses 400 series and above) (6)
CMAT 475 Seminar I (3)
CMAT 526 Abstract Algebra II (3)

Second Semester: 15 hours
CMAT 422 Advanced Calculus II (3)
CMAT 428 Introduction to Topology II (3)
CMAT Elective in Mathematics (3)
CMAT 476 Seminar II (3)
CMAT 526 Abstract Algebra II (3)

FIFTH -YEAR

First Semester: 12 hours
PURE MATHEMATICS

CMAT 521 Real Analysis I (3)
CMAT 523 Complex Variables I (3)
CMAT 527 Topology (3)
CMAT Graduate Elective (3)

APPLIED MATHEMATICS
CMAT 521 Real Analysis I (3)
CMAT 523 Complex Variables I (3)
CMAT 541 Applied Math 1(3)
CMAT 527 Topology (3)
(From the above or other graduate Mathematics electives)

Second Semester: 9 hours
PURE MATHEMATICS

CMAT 522 Real Analysis II (3)
CMAT 524 Complex Variables II (3)
CMAT 526 Abstract Algebra II (3)
CMAT Graduate Elective

APPLIED MATHEMATICS
CMAT 522 Real Analysis II (3)
CMAT 524 Complex Variables II (3)
CMAT 542 Applied Math II (3)
CMAT Graduate Elective