Mathematics Mathematics - Computer Science Mathematics - Physics

## Mathematics Major

**PEAKS** |
Natural Sciences & Mathematics |

Course | Course Title | Credits |
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Core Requirements | ||

CSC-150 | Computer Science I | 4 |

MAT-150 | Applied Calculus (MAT-151 is equivalent) | 4 |

MAT-152 | Calculus II | 4 |

MAT-251 | Calculus III | 4 |

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PHY-230 | Digital Electronics | 3 |

PHY-240 | Electronics and Laboratory | 4 |

PHY-271 | Analytical Physics and Laboratory | 4 |

Additional Requirements | ||

MAT-494 | Independent Study | 1-3 |

MAT- ELEC | Mathematics Upper Division (300-level or above) Coursework | 18 |

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MAT-431 | Complex Variables | 3 |

MAT-441 | Topology | 3 |

MAT-451 | Real Analysis | 3 |

MAT-461 | Algebraic Structures | 3 |

### Student Learning Outcomes

- Discover and utilize effective analysis and problem solving skills in mathematics and mathematical applications.
- Effectively express discipline-specific content and articulate broad connections among disciplines verbally, mathematically and through written works.
- Demonstrate an awareness of the role of mathematics, mathematical applications and technology in the larger community including, but not limited to: knowledge of ethical standards, the ramifications of technological advances and activities, and the role of all mathematics in society.

*Note: Students interested in graduate work in mathematics are strongly encouraged to take the following courses:*

- MAT-451 Real Analysis
- MAT-461 Algebraic Structures

## Mathematics - Computer Science Major

**PEAKS** |
Natural Sciences & Mathematics |

Course | Course Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

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CSC-150 | Computer Science I | 4 |

CSC-152 | Computer Science II | 4 |

CSC-160 | Introduction to Computer Architecture | 3 |

CSC-235 | Programming Languages | 3 |

CSC-270 | Applied Databases | 3 |

CSC-340 | Design and Analysis of Algorithms | 3 |

CSC-350 | Formal Languages and Automata | 3 |

CSC-440, | Operating Systems, | 3 |

CSC-480 | Software Engineering and Senior Design I | 2 |

CSC-481 | Software Engineering and Senior Design II | 1 |

CSC-482 | Software Engineering and Senior Design III | 3 |

MAT-150 or MAT-152 | Applied Calculus (MAT-151 is equivalent) Calculus II | 4 |

MAT-299 | Introduction to Proof | 1 |

MAT-252 | Discrete Mathematics | 3 |

MAT-361 | Linear Algebra | 3 |

PHY-230 | Digital Electronics and Laboratory | 4 |

SPE-101 | Basic Public Speaking | 3 |

*Note: Mathematics-Computer Science majors may not minor in either Computer Studies or Computer Science.*

## Mathematics - Physics Major

**PEAKS** |
Natural Sciences & Mathematics |

Course | Course Title | Credits |
---|---|---|

| ||

Core Requirements | ||

CSC-150 | Computer Science I | 4 |

MAT-150 | Applied Calculus (MAT-151 is equivalent) | 4 |

MAT-152 | Calculus II | 4 |

MAT-251 | Calculus III | 4 |

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PHY-230 | Digital Electronics | 3 |

PHY-240 | Electronics and Laboratory | 4 |

PHY-271 | Analytical Physics and Laboratory | 4 |

Additional Requirements | ||

PHY-494 | Independent Study | 1-3 |

MAT/PHY- ELEC | Mathematics or Physics Upper Division (300-level or above) Coursework (MAT or PHY) | 18 |

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PHY-301 | Theoretical Mechanics | 3 |

PHY-313 | Thermal Physics | 3 |

PHY-330 | Electricity and Magnetism | 3 |

PHY-400 | Quantum Physics | 2-3 |

### Student Learning Outcomes

- Communicates effectively, using the language, concepts, and processes of mathematics and physics.
- Uses the methodologies of mathematics and physics to define and solve problems independently and collaboratively.
- Uses a wide variety of laboratory techniques with accuracy and precision.
*Finds, selects, and uses appropriate scientific and mathematical information to support his/her work.**Uses different strategies to analyze and synthesize physical data.**Critiques the data, strategies, and models used in mathematics and physics.*

Note: Students interested in graduate work in physics are strongly encouraged to take the following courses:

- PHY-240/240L Analog Electronics and Laboratory
- MAT-431 Complex Variables
- PHY All Upper-Division (300/400 level) Physics Courses