- Choose one of the following three course Calculus sequences:
- Sequence One
- Sequence Two
- MAT 147 CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS I
- MAT 148 CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS II
- MAT 149 CALCULUS WITH INTEGRATED PRECALCULUS III
- Sequence Three
- MAT 160 CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS I
- MAT 161 CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS II
- MAT 162 CALCULUS FOR MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE MAJORS III
- Sequence Four
- MAT 260 MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS I
- MAT 261 MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS II
- MAT 262 LINEAR ALGEBRA
- One of the following options:
- MAT 215 INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL REASONING
- MAT 140 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS I and MAT 141 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS II
- CSC 241 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I or a more advanced course in any programming language.
- Students must earn at least 16 quarter hours as four courses in the natural or computer sciences.

Students must also complete the requirements from one of the following concentrations: Pure Mathematics; Statistics; Actuarial Science; Financial Mathematics; Quantitative Analysis and Operations Research; Applied and Computational Mathematics; or Individualized.

If the student chooses to declare more than one Mathematical Sciences concentration, then the student must complete the requirements for each concentration, and take at least three additional 300-level courses overall. For example, a student earning two concentrations would have taken at least nine 300-level courses, and a student earning three concentrations would have taken at least twelve 300-level courses.

If the student chooses to declare more than one Mathematical Sciences concentration, then the student must complete the requirements for each concentration, and take at least three additional 300-level courses overall. For example, a student earning two concentrations would have taken at least nine 300-level courses, and a student earning three concentrations would have taken at least twelve 300-level courses.