- 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 170 CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES I
- MAT 171 CALCULUS FOR LIFE SCIENCES II
- MAT 149 , MAT 152 OR MAT 162
- Sequence Five*
- MAT 155 SUMMER CALCULUS I
- MAT 156 SUMMER CALCULUS II

*Note: This Calculus sequence is offered only during the summer, in two 6-credit hour courses. Students successfully completing MAT 131, 147, 150 or 160 should enroll in MAT 155; students who successfully complete MAT 148, 151 or 161 should enroll in MAT 156. Students who successfully complete MAT 155 may enroll in either MAT 151 or MAT 156.

- 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
- Discrete Mathematics Sequence
- CSC 241 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I , or a more advanced course in any programming language.
- MAT 398 SENIOR CAPSTONE SEMINAR (Liberal Studies Program Capstone)

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.