# Mathematics

Mathematics is among the oldest disciplines. Throughout history, mathematics has spanned the spectrum from pure to applied areas. The ancient Greek mathematicians were interested in problems that ranged from properties of numbers to applications of mathematics to music and astronomy. The department of mathematics, statistics and physics fulfills its mission by offering a broad and representative collection of courses to give students the ability to select, with their advisors, a program that fits their needs and goals. The department of mathematics, statistics and physics offers bachelor’s (BA and BS), master’s (MS), and doctoral (PhD) degrees.

*Note:* For ease of description, certain courses in mathematics and statistics are categorized in the following groups (the courses in Group R are required of all majors):

Code | Title | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

Group R | ||

An Introduction to Advanced Mathematics | ||

Linear Algebra | ||

Advanced Calculus I | ||

Numerical Methods | ||

Differential Equations I | ||

Group A | ||

Fundamental Concepts of Algebra | ||

Elementary Topology | ||

Elementary Number Theory | ||

Elementary Geometry | ||

Modern Geometry | ||

Group B | ||

Elementary Probability and Mathematical Statistics | ||

Statistical Methods I | ||

Statistical Methods II | ||

Elementary Survey Sampling | ||

Applied Nonparametric Statistical Methods | ||

Applied Regression Analysis | ||

Theory of Statistics I | ||

Theory of Statistics II | ||

Applied Statistical Methods I | ||

Applied Statistical Methods II | ||

Group C | ||

Applied Combinatorics | ||

Integration Techniques and Applications | ||

Introduction to Complex Variables | ||

Mathematical Models | ||

Advanced Calculus II | ||

Differential Equations II | ||

Optimization Theory | ||

Numerical Linear Algebra | ||

Ordinary Differential Equations | ||

Partial Differential Equations I |

Students majoring in mathematics should consult closely with their mathematics advisors on any of these programs.