Majors and Minors 2015-2016

Mathematics Core

CS 190 Computer Science I 3 cr
MATH 151 Calculus I 4 cr
MATH 220 Introduction to Advanced Mathematics 3 cr
MATH 251 Calculus II 4 cr
MATH 260 Applied Linear Algebra 3 cr
MATH 451 Analysis I 3 cr
MATH 471 Abstract Algebra I 3 cr
MATH 495 Senior Seminar 2 cr

Mathematics Major:

Standard Program A minimum of 41 credits is required, including the 25-credit Mathematics Core and at least 16 credits from the following:

  • CS 191 Computer Science II 3 cr
  • MATH 213 Probability and Statistics 3 cr
  • MATH 252 Calculus III 4 cr
  • MATH 300 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling 3 cr
  • MATH 313 Statistical Modeling and Simulation 3 cr
  • MATH 314 Applied Probability 3 cr
  • MATH 330 Topics in Geometry 3 cr MATH 354 Differential Equations 3 cr
  • MATH 360 Linear Algebra 3 cr
  • MATH 370 History of Mathematics 3 cr
  • MATH 397 Special Topics 1-6 cr
  • MATH 414 Actuarial Mathematics 3 cr
  • MATH 456 Introduction to Complex Analysis 3 cr
  • MATH 497 Special Topics 1-6 cr

Mathematics Major(Actuarial Science Emphasis):

Comprehensive Programs ACTUARIAL SCIENCE EMPHASIS A minimum of 56 credits is required, including the 25-credit Mathematics Core and the following:

  • BUAD 311 Essential Excel Skills for the Workplace 1 cr 
  • BUAD 312 Advanced Excel Applications 2 cr
  • ECON 201 Macroeconomics 3 cr
  • ECON 202 Microeconomics 3 cr
  • ECON 316 Econometrics 3 cr
  • ECON 361 Money, Banking, and Financial Markets 3 cr
  • Mathematics 112 MATH 213 Probability and Statistics 3 cr
  • MATH 252 Calculus III 4 cr 
  • MATH 313 Statistical Modeling and Simulation 3 cr
  • MATH 314 Applied Probability 3 cr
  • MATH 414 Actuarial Mathematics 3 cr
     

SECONDARY LICENSURE EMPHASIS:

This emphasis qualifies students for the State of Colorado License to teach Mathematics in junior high, middle school or high school. Students interested in pursuing this comprehensive program should consult with the Teacher Education Program advisor in addition to the advisor in their major as soon as possible. A minimum of 50 credits is required including the 25-credit Mathematics Core and the courses listed below. In addition, the student must fulfill the requirements of the Secondary Licensure Program (see description under Education).
 

  • MATH 213 Probability and Statistics 3 cr
  • MATH 252 Calculus III 4 cr 
  • MATH 266 Secondary Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective 3 cr
  • MATH 330 Topics in Geometry 3 cr
  • MATH 360 Linear Algebra 3 cr
  • MATH 366 Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics 3 cr
  • MATH 370 History of Mathematics 3 cr

One of the following:

  • MATH 300 Mathematical Modeling 3 cr
  • MATH 313 Statistical Modeling and Simulation 3 cr 

Mathematics Minor The Mathematics Minor requires a minimum of 18 credits:

  • MATH 151 Calculus I 4 cr
  • MATH 251 Calculus II 4 cr
  • MATH elective (300-level or above) 3 cr

At least seven credits from the following: 

  • MATH 213 Probability and Statistics 3 cr
  • MATH 220 Introduction to Advanced Mathematics 3 cr
  • MATH 252 Calculus III 4 cr
  • MATH 260 Applied Linear Algebra 3 cr
  • MATH 275 Scientific Programming Modeling and Simulation 3 cr
  • MATH 297 Special Topics 3 cr or any upper-division Mathematics course 3 cr
     

Data Analytics Minor The Data Analytics Minor:

Consists of the following courses: One of the following: 

  • MATH 213 Probability and Statistics 3 cr
  • ECON 216 Statistics for Business and Economics 3 cr

And:

  • CS 190 Computer Science I 3 cr
  • ECON 202 Microeconomics 3 cr
  • MATH 260 Applied Linear Algebra 3 cr
  • MATH 313 Statistical Modeling and Simulation 3 cr
  • ECON 316 Econometrics 3 cr
  • CS 303 Machine Learning 3 cr 

Capstone Course Requirement. The following course fulfills the capstone course requirement: MATH 495 Senior Semina