__SAMPLE: ADDING CO-DISCIPLINE OPTIONS TO A CURRENT MAJOR PROGRAM IN MATHEMATICS
(B.A Level)__

__CURRENT MAJOR PROGRAM: B.A. MATHEMATICS: 44 credits (with
tracks)__

**Core Required Courses (20 credits):**

MAT 129 Calculus I

MAT 229 Calculus II

MAT 194 Mathematical Sciences Seminar

MAT 234 Linear Algebra

STA 250 Probability and Statistics

MAT 329 Calculus III

MAT 489 Comprehensive Exam

**Pure Mathematics Track (24 credits)**

MAT 302 Introduction to Higher Mathematics

MAT 310 Elementary Theory of Numbers

MAT 420 Real Variables I

MAT 430 Complex Variables

Three 300 or above level electives

**Applied Mathematics Track (24 credits)**

CSC 270 Mathematics Software Programming

MAT 325 Differential Equations

MAT 330 Classical Applied Analysis

MAT 360 Numerical Analysis

Three 300 or above level electives

**General Mathematics Track (24 credits)**

MAT 302 Introduction to Higher Mathematics

MAT 310 Elementary Theory of Numbers

MAT 345 Introduction to Geometry

STA 341 Statistics II

Three 300 or above level electives

__NOW ADD A CO-DISCIPLINE PROGRAM TO THE CURRENT MAJOR PROGRAM BY
OFFERING:__

__B.A Mathematics and the Social Sciences (44 credits)__

**[A Psychology Major has a natural inclination for Mathematics and wants to work in a research field in Psychology, but she doesn’t want to major in
Mathematics. She can earn a B.A.: Mathematics and the Social Sciences by completing the
following]:**

**Core Required Courses (20 credits):**

MAT 129 Calculus I

MAT 229 Calculus II

MAT 194 Mathematical Sciences Seminar

MAT 234 Linear Algebra

STA 250 Probability and Statistics

MAT 329 Calculus III

MAT 489 Comprehensive Exam

**Major Elective Courses ( relevant to Social Sciences) (select 9 credits):**

MAT 305 History of Mathematics

MAT 375 Applied Mathematical Models

CSC 270 Mathematics Software Programming

MAT 325 Differential Equations

MAT 330 Classical Applied Analysis

MAT 360 Numerical Analysis

**Co-Major Elective Courses ( relevant to Mathematics) (select 15 credits; each elective should be from different
disciplines)**

ANT 342 Quantitative Methods in Anthropology

JUS 315 Criminal Justice Research Methods

ANT 465 Field Methods in Anthropology

ANT 565 Advanced Field Methods in Anthropology

AST 310 Astronomical Techniques

COU 580 Research Tools in Counseling

GEO 418 Geographical Information Systems

GEO 518 Geographical Information Analysis

LDR 310 Research Methods in Leadership

PSY 210 Research Methods in Psychology

PSY 310 Quantitative Methods in Psychology

PSY 490 Research: Psychology

SOC 320 Social Research

SOC 321 Applied Social Research

SOC 322 Quantitative Research Methods