Requirements

Completion of at least 124 credits, including:

###### A. Foundational Mathematics (18 credits)

MTH 121 - Calculus I (4)

MTH 122 - Calculus II (4)

MTH 200 - Mathematical Proofs and Structures (3)

MTH 220 - Elementary Linear Algebra (3)

MTH 222 - Multivariate Calculus (4)

###### B. Physics

PHY 243 - Principles of Physics I (5)

PHY 245 - Principles of Physics II (5)

###### C. Concentrations

One of the following concentrations: Abstract Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics for Data Science, or Mathematics for Social Interaction

##### Abstract Mathematics

This concentration is recommended for the student who plans to go on to graduate school in mathematics or a related field. The emphasis of the concentration is on abstract, rigorous mathematics and on the development of the student’s analytical and creative talents.

###### ADVANCED MATHEMATICS (19 CREDITS)

MTH 328 - Abstract Algebra (3)

MTH 329 - Advanced Linear Algebra (3)

MTH 402 - Mathematics Capstone Course (3)

MTH 423 - Elementary Topology of the Linear Continuum (3)

MTH 456 - Real Analysis (4)

MTH 470 - Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable (3)

MATHEMATICS ELECTIVES (12 CREDITS)

Four additional MTH courses numbered 300 or higher, including no more than one from:

MTH 303 - Introduction to Differential Equations (4)

MTH 305 - Differential Equations (3)

and excluding:

MTH 370 - Probability with Statistical Applications (3)

MTH 390 - Problem-Solving Seminar (1)

MTH 391 - Directed Study (1-4)

MTH 395 - Mathematics Instructional Practicum (1-2)

###### COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSC 175 - Problem Solving and Programming I (4)

###### FOREIGN LANGUAGE (0-8 CREDITS)

Students who wish to meet this requirement with courses taken in high school or at other colleges and universities, or those who have attained fluency in a foreign language without formal course work, must demonstrate such equivalent proficiency by examination.

ARB 112 - Beginning Standard Arabic II (4)

CHN 112 - Beginning Mandarin Chinese II (4)

FRN 112 - Beginning French II (4)

GER 112 - Beginning German II (4)

SPN 112 - Beginning Spanish II (4)

##### Applied Mathematics

This concentration is recommended for students who plan to apply mathematics toward a career in science or industry. Coursework focuses on the use of abstract mathematics to model real-world phenomena arising from a variety of applications.

###### ADVANCED MATHEMATICS (24-25 CREDITS)

One from:

MTH 303 - Introduction to Differential Equations (4)

MTH 305 - Differential Equations (3)

MTH 357 - Advanced Calculus (3)

MTH 372 - Probability (3)

MTH 374 - Introduction to Numerical Analysis (3)

MTH 375 - Mathematical Statistics (3)

MTH 377 - Methods of Operations Research (3)

MTH 402 - Mathematics Capstone Course (3)

MTH 470 - Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable (3)

MATHEMATICS ELECTIVES (6-8 CREDITS)

Two additional MTH courses numbered 300 or higher, excluding:

MTH 370 - Probability with Statistical Applications (3)

MTH 390 - Problem-Solving Seminar (1)

MTH 391 - Directed Study (1-4)

MTH 395 - Mathematics Instructional Practicum (1-2)

###### COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSC 175 - Problem Solving and Programming I (4)

CSC 275 - Problem Solving and Programming II (4)

##### Mathematics for Data Science

This concentration is recommended for the student who plans to go into a career in data science upon completion of the bachelor degree, or who plans to go on to graduate school in data science or a related field. The emphasis of the concentration is on data analytics with a rigorous statistical background and utilizes diverse algorithms and software.

ADVANCED MATHEMATICS (27 CREDITS)

MTH 301 - Introduction to Mathematical Modeling (3)

MTH 306 - Introduction to Data Science (3)

MTH 328 - Abstract Algebra (3)

MTH 362 - Combinatorics with Applications (3)

MTH 372 - Probability (3)

MTH 374 - Introduction to Numerical Analysis (3)

MTH 375 - Mathematical Statistics (3)

MTH 377 - Methods of Operations Research (3)

MTH 402 - Mathematics Capstone Course (3)

###### COMPUTER SCIENCE (17 CREDITS)

CSC 122 - Introduction to Programming (3)

CSC 175 - Problem Solving and Programming I (4)

CSC 275 - Problem Solving and Programming II (4)

CSC 384 - Database Design (3)

CSC 487 - Data Mining: Algorithms and Applications (3)

###### Mathematics for Social Interaction

This concentration is recommended for students interested in applications of discrete mathematics to contemporary society. Coursework focuses on the mathematical background behind networks, individual and group decision-making, and electronic communication.

ADVANCED MATHEMATICS (24 CREDITS)

MTH 327 - Coding Theory (3)

MTH 328 - Abstract Algebra (3)

MTH 354 - Number Theory (3)

MTH 358 - Mathematical Cryptography (3)

MTH 362 - Combinatorics with Applications (3)

MTH 363 - Games and Game Theory (3)

MTH 392 - Selected Topics (1-3)

MTH 402 - Mathematics Capstone Course (3)

###### COMPUTER SCIENCE (11 CREDITS)

CSC 122 - Introduction to Programming (3)

CSC 175 - Problem Solving and Programming I (4)

CSC 275 - Problem Solving and Programming II (4)

ELECTIVES (9 CREDITS)

Three additional 300+ level courses from Mathematics or Computer Science, approved by the Mathematics Department. Some approved options are:

Option 1

CSC 370 - Introduction to Information Security

CSC 378 - Network Security and Cryptography

and an additional 300+ level MTH course

Option 2

CSC 350 - Computer Graphics

CSC 355 - Game Development

CSC 375 - Data Structures

Option 3

CSC 375 - Data Structures

CSC 379 - Algorithm Analysis

MTH 377 - Methods of Operations Research

###### D. Additional Requirements

All requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Bachelor of Science degree, including General Education requirements, and all University of Michigan-Flint graduation requirements.

**Minimum Credits for the Degree: 124 credits**