Department of Mathematics

Mathematics Program
FRESHMAN
YEAR
1st
2nd
Semester
Semester
MATH 1070-2070 or
4
4
Intro. Calculus/Calculus II or
1070HN-2070HN
Honors Calculus I/Honors Calc II
STAT 2010
3
Expansive Core (recommended)
CPSC 1710
3
Computer Science I
Communication Studies
3
Essential Core
ENGL 1010 (or 1000)-102
3
3
Fundamental Core
FRSM 1000-1100
1
1
Freshman Seminar
PHIL 2040
3
Essential Core
Physical Education
1
Essential Core
Social Science
3
Essential Core

15

17
SOPHOMORE
YEAR
MATH 2080
4
Calculus III
MATH 2030
3
Linear Algebra
MATH 2530
3
Differential Equations
MATH 2550-2560
3
3
Discrete Structures I & II
ENGL 2010
3
Essential Core
World Language
3
3
Fundamental Core
Minor*
3
3

16

15
JUNIOR
YEAR
MATH 2150L or 2160L
1
Math/Stat Technology Lab
MATH 4050-4060
3
3
Real Analysis I & II
MATH 4511
1
Colloquium I
African American and Diaspora Studies
3
Essential Core
Fine Arts
3
Essential Core
History
3
Essential Core
Natural Science
3
Fundamental Core
Philosophy
3
Recommended: Bus. Ethics or Philosophy of Science
Mathematics Elective**
3
Minor*
3
3

15

17
SENIOR
YEAR
MATH 4095/4095D
3/0
Abstract Algebra/Drill
MATH 4521
1
Colloquium II
MATH 4999
0
Senior Comprehensives
Mathematics Elective**
3
Expansive Core
3
Non-Science elective
Theology
3
3
Essential Core
Minor*
3
3
Free Electives
7
4

17

16

*These hours are to be used by the student to help fulfill the requirement for a minor or a double concentration. For some choices of a minor, like computer science or statistics, only 15 of these 18 hours will be needed since 3 hours are already listed as a requirement. In such a case, the other 3 hours will be free electives. Similarly, a double concentration, for example in computer science and statistics, will require only 18 hours (9 from computer science and 9 from statistics).
**Mathematics elective must be mathematics or statistics course(s) at the 2000-level or above with the exception of MATH 4001, MATH 4002, MATH/STAT 2150L and MATH 2160L. Statistics courses used as part of a minor in statistics may not also be used as mathematics elective.

SUMMARY: PROGRAM IN MATHEMATICS
Fundamental Core
18

English Composition (6, ENGL 1000/1010, ENGL 1020), Mathematics (3 of 4, MATH 1070), Natural Science (3), World Language (6)

Essential Core
36

Freshman Seminar (2), African American and Diaspora Studies (3), Communication (3), Fine Arts (3), History (3), Natural Science (3 of 4, MATH 2070), Philosophy (6, including PHIL 2040), Physical Education (1, activity course), Social Science (3), Theology (6), World Literature (3, ENGL 2010)

Expansive Core
6

STAT 2010 and non-science elective

Major
39

MATH 1070 (1 of 4), MATH 2030 (3), MATH 2070 (1 of 4), MATH 2080 (4), MATH 2150L or 2160L (1), MATH 2530 (3), MATH 2550 (3), MATH 2560 (3), MATH 4050 (3), MATH 4060 (3), MATH 4095/4095D (3), MATH 4511 (1), MATH 4521 (1), MATH Electives (6), MATH 4999 (0); CPSC 1710 (3); STAT 2010* (3)

Minor
18
Free Electives
11

 
Total Hours  
128

 
*STAT 2010 may be used to partially fulfill the Expansive Core requirement for students whose minor or concentration is not statistics.

Department of Math

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math@xula.edu

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