The BS degree in mathematics requires at least 50 hours of mathematics courses, including:
MATH 121  Calculus for Science and Engineering I  4 
MATH 122  Calculus for Science and Engineering II  4 
or MATH 124  Calculus II  
MATH 223  Calculus for Science and Engineering III  3 
or MATH 227  Calculus III  
MATH 224  Elementary Differential Equations  3 
or MATH 228  Differential Equations  
MATH 307  Introduction to Abstract Algebra I  3 
MATH 308  Introduction to Abstract Algebra II  3 
MATH 321  Fundamentals of Analysis I  3 
MATH 322  Fundamentals of Analysis II  3 
MATH 324  Introduction to Complex Analysis  3 
or MATH 425  Complex Analysis I  
MATH 330  Introduction of Scientific Computing  3 
Six approved technical electives ^{*}  18  
The following three courses:  
PHYS 121  General Physics I – Mechanics  4 
PHYS 122  General Physics II – Electricity and Magnetism  4 
PHYS 221  Introduction to Modern Physics  3 
One of the following sequences:  6  
ASTR 201
& ASTR 202 
The Sun and its Planets and Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe 

CHEM 105
& CHEM 106 
Principles of Chemistry I and Principles of Chemistry II 

CHEM 111
& ENGR 145 
Principles of Chemistry for Engineers and Chemistry of Materials 

EEPS 110
& EEPS 115 
Physical Geology and Introduction to Oceanography 

or EEPS 210

Historical Geology/Paleontology  
Total Units  67 
*  No more than 9 hours may be from outside the department. 