Mathematics & Computer Science MTH 3410. Differential Equations (4) STS 2610 or STS 3200 (4) STS 3210. Linear Statistical Models (4) STS 3250. Time Series and Forecasting (4) ACC 2010. Financial Accounting (4) FIN 3010. Financial Management (4) ECO 2030. Principles of Macroeconomics (4) ECO 2050. Principles of Microeconomics (4) ECO 3030. Intermediate Macroeconomics (4) ECO 3050. Intermediate Microeconomics (4) Two ECO electives at the 3000 level or above or MTH 4910, MTH 4920 and one ECO elective at the 3000 level or above (8) Minor in Mathematics (20 Credits) MTH 1310. Calculus for Business & Social Sciences (4) or MTH 1410. Calculus I (4) MTH 1420. Calculus II (4) MTH 2310. Linear Algebra (4) Two MTH electives at the 2000 level or above (8) Minor in Computer Science (20 Credits) CSC 1710. Introduction to Programming (4) CSC 1720. Advanced Programming with Data Structures (4) Three CSC electives (12) Minor in Statistics (20 Credits) One course selected from the following (4): STS 2020. STS 2610. STS 3200. PSY 2100.
Introduction to Statistics (4) Quantitative Methods (4) Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis (4) Statistics for Psychology (4)
Four courses selected from the following (16): ECO 3150. Econometrics (4) MTH 3150. Probability (4) PSC 2019. Political Science Research Methods (4) PSC/IDS 2255/COM 2267. Survey Research Center Practicum (1-4) PSY 3100. Research Methods in Psychology (4) STS 3109. Nonparametric Statistics (4) STS 3200. Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis (4) (If not selected above) STS 3210. Linear Statistical Models (4) STS 3250. Time Series and Forecasting (4) STS 3410. Surveys and Sampling (4) STS 4444. Independent Study (1-4)
Course Descriptions MTH 1010. Functions and Graphs. By creating, using, and interpreting graphs, students will investigate real world applications of linear, exponential, power, and logarithmic functions. Topics will include scientific notation, units and significant figures, curves and data, and systems of equations. Not open to students who have credit for any other mathematics course. This course does not meet the general education requirement in mathematics. Four credits. MTH 1110. Topics in Contemporary Mathematics. Illustrations of contemporary uses of mathematics, varying from semester to semester, frequently including topics from: graph theory, theory of apportionment, voting theory and methods, counting methods, probability, personal finance, and game theory. Four credits. [Q] MTH 1130. Finite Mathematics. A study of sets, counting techniques, basic probability theory, stochastic processes, random variables, probability distributions, descriptive statistics, matrices, and linear systems of equations. Emphasis is on mathematical model comprehension and problem solving in the areas of business and the life and social sciences. Prerequisite: MTH 1010 or placement. Four credits. [Q] MTH 1150. Survey of Mathematics. A survey of mathematical ideas suitable for liberal arts majors. Topics may include mathematical modeling, concepts of algebra, consumer mathematics, numeration systems, logic, mathematical systems, geometry, and set theory. Prerequisite: MTH 1010 or placement. Topics may vary by semester. Four credits. [Q] MTH 1300. Mathematical Models for Business and Social Sciences. A study of mathematical models using linear, quadratic, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Emphasis on constructing models for applications relating to business, economics, and social sciences. Topics may also include matrix algebra, mathematics of finance, and probability. Prerequisite: MTH 1010 or placement. Four credits. MTH 1310. Calculus for Business & Social Sciences. An introduction to the concepts of differentiation and integration with emphasis on their applications to solving problems that arise in business, economics, and social sciences. Prerequisite: MTH 1010 or placement. Four credits. [Q] MTH 1400. Precalculus. Functions and graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions. The emphasis is on topics and concepts that are needed in mathematics, science, or business. Applications play a central