Mathematics, B.S.
 General Education Course
 Milestone course: a key success marker for your major. See your advisor to discuss the importance of this course in your plan of study.
Major
The Core Curriculum is designed to foster critical thinking skills and introduce students to basic domains of thinking that transcend disciplines. The Core applies to all majors. Information on specific classes in the Core can be found at https://www.marshall.edu/gened/.
Code  Title  Credit Hours 

Core Curriculum  
Core 1: Critical Thinking  
FYS 100  First Yr Sem Critical Thinking  3 
MTH 229  Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT)  5 
Critical Thinking Course  3  
Core 2  
ENG 101  Beginning Composition  3 
ENG 201  Advanced Composition  3 
CMM 103  Fund SpeechCommunication  3 
MTH 229  Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT)  5 
Core II Natural/Physical Science  4  
Core II Humanities  3  
Core II Social Science  3  
Core II Fine Arts  3  
Additional University Requirements  
Writing Intensive  3  
Writing Intensive  3  
Multicultural or International  3  
MTH 490  Internship in Mathematics (Capstone)  2 
or MTH 491  Senior Seminar  
CollegeSpecific  
COS Physical/Natural Science  4  
COS Physical/Natural Science  3  
MajorSpecific  
MTH 229  Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT)  5 
MTH 230  Calculus/Analytic Geom II  4 
CS 110  Computer Science I  3 
MTH 231  Calculus/Analytic Geom III  4 
MTH 300  Intro to Higher Math  4 
MTH 331  Linear Algebra  4 
MTH 490  Internship in Mathematics (C)  2 
or MTH 491  Senior Seminar  
MTH Sequence I & II  
Select two of the following MTH sequences:  12  
Advanced Calculus:  
Advanced Calculus I and Advanced Calculus II  
Topology:  
Topology I and Topology II  
Modern Algebra:  
Modern Algebra I and Modern Algebra II  
Math Elective or Minor or 2nd Major  3  
Math Elective or Minor or 2nd Major  3  
Math Elective or 2nd Major  3  
Math Elective or 2nd Major  3  
Math Electives  
Ordinary Diff Equations  
Intro to Complex Variables  
Vector Calculus  
History of Mathematics  
Mathematical Modeling  
Partial Differential Equations  
Advanced Differential Equation  
Advanced Calculus I  
Advanced Calculus II  
Topology I  
Topology II  
Graph Th and Combinatorics  
Numerical Linear Algebra  
Numerical Analysis  
Modern Geometries  
Projective Geometry  
Modern Algebra I  
Modern Algebra II  
Number Theory  
Regression Analysis  
Experimental Designs  
Nonparametric Statistics  
Time Series Forecasting  
Sampling Designs & Estimation  
Probability & Statistics I  
Probability & Statistics II  
Statistical Computing  
Stochastic Processes  
Applied Survival Analysis  
300/400 Elective  3  
300/400 Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  2 
Major Information
 Mathematics majors are not required to satisfy the College of Science requirement of a minor in another discipline. However, Mathematics majors often elect to complete a second (or more) major(s) and/or one (or more) minor(s).
 Math electives may not duplicate those used for the sequence requirements. The number of elective courses required depends on whether a student is pursuing an outside minor or a 2nd major. The following are the three options:
 No Outside Major or Minor: A student may graduate with a major in Mathematics, without a second major or a minor, by completing an additional 4 elective mathematics courses from the list of electives. The major requires 50 credit hours.
 Outside Minors: A student graduating with a single major in Mathematics, and at least one minor outside the department, must complete at least 2 additional elective mathematics courses. Effectively, the major requires 44 credit hours.
 Outside Double Majors: A student graduating with multiple majors, including Mathematics, need not take any additional elective math courses. Effectively, the major requires 38 credit hours. A student pursuing multiple majors, including at least two of the majors in the department, should consult with the undergraduate coordinator or chair of the department for details.
 Since the major is quite flexible, students are expected to consult with the undergraduate coordinator in the department. Before graduation, the undergraduate coordinator must approve the selection of sequences and electives.
 Please check with advisor about course offerings. Not all classes will be offered every semester.
 Forty (40) hours must be earned in courses numbered 300499.
 General Education Course
 Milestone course: a key success marker for your major. See your advisor to discuss the importance of this course in your plan of study.
Four Year Plan
The Marshall University Department of Mathematics prepare students for careers in the mathematical sciences and related disciplines. Graduates of our mathematics programs have had successful careers in government and industry. Our graduates have also earned advanced degrees in mathematics, statistics, engineering, and economics. Our degree programs may also be used to prepare for secondary mathematics certification and for professions such as law or medicine. The department has a dynamic and engaged faculty who focus both on excellent teaching and on many areas of mathematical research.
First Year  

First Semester  Credit Hours  
FYS 100  First Yr Sem Critical Thinking  3 
ENG 101  Beginning Composition  3 
MTH 229  Calculus/Analytic Geom I (CT)  5 
Core II Fine Arts  3  
UNI 100  Freshman First Class  1 
Credit Hours  15  
Second Semester  
MTH 230  Calculus/Analytic Geom II  4 
Core I Critical Thinking  3  
CMM 103  Fund SpeechCommunication  3 
Multicultural or International  3  
Core II Social Science  3  
Credit Hours  16  
Second Year  
First Semester  
CS 110  Computer Science I  3 
MTH 231  Calculus/Analytic Geom III  4 
ENG 201  Advanced Composition  3 
Core II Physical/Natural Science  4  
Credit Hours  14  
Second Semester  
MTH 300  Intro to Higher Math  4 
Math Elective or Minor or 2nd Major  3  
Core II Humanities  3  
COS Physical/Natural Science  3  
300/400 Elective  3  
Credit Hours  16  
Third Year  
First Semester  
MTH 331  Linear Algebra  4 
MTH Sequence I  3  
Math Elective or Minor or 2nd Major  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  1  
Credit Hours  14  
Second Semester  
MTH Sequence I  3  
Writing Intensive  3  
Math Elective or 2nd Major  3  
Free Elective  3  
COS Physical/Natural Science  4  
Credit Hours  16  
Fourth Year  
First Semester  
MTH Sequence II  3  
Writing Intensive  3  
Math Elective or 2nd Major  3  
300/400 Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Credit Hours  15  
Second Semester  
MTH 490
or MTH 491

Internship in Mathematics (C) or Senior Seminar 
2 
MTH Sequence II  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Free Elective  3  
Credit Hours  14  
Total Credit Hours  120 