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If you are majoring in a field such as biochemistry, chemistry, computer science, physics, or quantitative economics, all of which require the 12-hour calculus sequence, then you may want to consider earning a double-major in mathematics. Students who complete the 2171 – 2173 calculus sequence have satisfied one-third of the hours required to receive a double-major in mathematics. In addition to the requirements for your primary major, here are the specific courses required for a double-major in mathematics.

- MATH 2171: Calculus I - 4 hrs.
- MATH 2172: Calculus II - 4 hrs
- MATH 2173: Calculus III - 4 hrs.
- MATH 2300: Transition to Advanced Mathematics - 3 hrs.
- MATH 3256: Linear Algebra - 3 hrs.
- MATH 3263: Introduction to Modern Algebra - 3 hrs.
- MATH 3307: Mathematical Statistics I - 3 hrs.
- MATH 4101: Advanced Calculus I - 3 hrs.
- MATH 4331: Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations - 3 hrs.
- CSCI 1010, 1011:Algorithmic Problem Solving and Programming Lab - 4 hrs
- Mathematics Elective - 3 hrs.
- Mathematics Elective - 3 hrs.

(refer to Undergraduate Catalog for specified electives)

Total for Math Double-Major: - 40 hrs.

If you are majoring in a field such as biochemistry, chemistry, computer science, physics, or quantitative economics, all of which require the 12-hour calculus sequence, then you may want to consider earning a double-major in mathematics. Students who complete the 2171 – 2173 calculus sequence have satisfied one-third of the hours required to receive a double-major in mathematics. In addition to the requirements for your primary major, here are the specific courses required for a double-major in mathematics.

- MATH 2171: Calculus I - 4 hrs.
- MATH 2172: Calculus II - 4 hrs.
- MATH 2173: Calculus III - 4 hrs.
- MATH 2300: Transition to Advanced Mathematics - 3 hrs.
- MATH 3256: Linear Algebra - 3 hrs.
- MATH 3263: Introduction to Modern Algebra - 3 hrs.
- MATH 3307: Mathematical Statistics I - 3 hrs.
- MATH 3308: Mathematical Statistics II - 3 hrs.
- MATH 4101: Advanced Calculus I - 3 hrs.
- MATH 4331: Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations - 3 hrs.
- CSCI 1010, 1011: Algorithmic Problem Solving and Programming Lab - 4 hrs
- Math 4110: Elementary Complex Variables - 3 hrs.
- Mathematics Elective - 3 hrs.
- Mathematics Elective - 3 hrs.
- Mathematics Elective - 3 hrs.

(refer to Undergraduate Catalog for specified electives)

Total for Math Double-Major: - 46 hrs.

For more information, please contact:

Sandy Godley

Academics

328-1880

godleysa@ecu.edu