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2014-2015 University Catalog

    Academic Majors/Minors

Mathematics

Program Director:

Ryan Stuffelbeam (rstuffelbeam@transy.edu)

Office: Brown Science 119
Phone: 233-8237

Recommended Sequence of Courses

Mathematics Major Pattern
First Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
MATH 1304 Calculus I OR MATH 1324 Calculus II OR MATH 2504 Math Toolkit
MATH 1324 Calculus II MATH 2144 Calculus III   

 
Sophomore Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
MATH 2144 Calculus III OR MATH 2204 Linear Algebra OR MATH 2504 Math Toolkit OR
Elective* or Allied Course** MATH 2144 Calculus III OR Elective* or Allied Course**
MATH 2144 Calculus III Elective* or Allied Course* *  

 
Junior Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
MATH 3224 Abstract Algebra OR MATH 2204 Linear Algebra OR Elective* or Allied Course**
Elective* or Allied Course** MATH 3114 Higher Analysis OR  
  Elective* or Allied Course**  

Senior Year
Fall Term Winter Term  May Term
MATH 4294 Senior Seminar MATH 3114 Higher Analysis OR Elective* or Allied Course**
MATH 3224 Abstract Algebra OR Elective* or Allied Course**  
Elective* or Allied Course**    

NOTES:
Anyone with a Math ACT Score of 26 or lower must take MATH 1214 Functions before taking Calculus.
Mathematics majors wishing to declare a minor in secondary education are advised to consult the director of the education program as soon as possible.
*Two electives chosen from MATH 2000-4000 level courses (excluding MATH 2094) are required to meet mathematics major requirements and career plans.

**Two allied courses from ONE of the following disciplines are also required: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, or Physics

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