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Double-Major in BA Mathematics

 

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.

 

Required Courses 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 2310,2311: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.

 

 

 

Double-Major in BS Mathematics

 

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.

 

Required Courses 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:  Transtition 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 2310,2311: 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:

 

Gwen Hardin

Academics

328-4111

harding@ecu.edu