Mathematics Department information
This program is designed for the student who wants to study mathematics in some depth as preparation for graduate school or a career in mathematics or a related field.
It is recommended that the general education requirements be completed in the first two years.
Requirements. Completion of at least 124 credits, including:
- MTH 121 , MTH 122 , MTH 200 , MTH 220 , MTH 222 (18 credits).
- Option A or B below.
- PHY 243 , PHY 245 (10 credits).
- All requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Bachelor of Science degree, including General Education requirements . and all University of Michigan-Flint graduation requirements.
Option A, Abstract Mathematics
This option is recommended for the student who plans to go on to graduate school in mathematics or a related field. The emphasis of the option is on abstract, rigorous mathematics and on the development of the student’s analytical and creative talents.
Requirements, Option A.
- MTH 328 , MTH 329 , MTH 402 , MTH 423 , MTH 456 , MTH 470 (19 credits).
- Four additional courses in mathematics, selected from: MTH 305 , MTH 327 , MTH 331 , MTH 333 , MTH 354 , MTH 357 , MTH 362 , MTH 372 , MTH 374 , MTH 375 , MTH 377 , MTH 378 , MTH 385 , MTH 392 , MTH 422 (12 credits).
- CSC 175 and any necessary prerequisites.
- Completion of ARB 112 , CHN 112 , FRN 112 , GER 112 , SPN 112 , LAT 105 , RUS 112 , or JPN 112 , or equivalent proficiency by examination (0-8 credits). Students who wish to meet this requirement with courses taken in high school or at other colleges and universities, or those who have attained fluency in a foreign language without formal course work, must demonstrate such equivalent proficiency by examination.
Option B, Mathematical Sciences
This option is recommended for the student who plans to apply mathematics in a nonacademic career. The program has a dual emphasis, focusing on abstract mathematics and its applications.
Requirements, Option B.
- MTH 305 , MTH 357 , MTH 372 , MTH 374 , MTH 375 , MTH 377 , MTH 402 , MTH 470 (24 credits).
- Two additional courses in mathematics, selected from: MTH 327 , MTH 328 , MTH 329 , MTH 331 , MTH 333 , MTH 354 , MTH 362 , MTH 378 , MTH 385 , MTH 392 , MTH 422 , MTH 423 , MTH 456 (6-7 credits).
- CSC 175 and any necessary prerequisites, CSC 275 .
Minimum Credits For the Degree. 124 credits