Mathematics, B.S.


The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics provides a solid foundation in mathematics. In addition to taking the core and interdisciplinary courses, students will also take part in a seminar dedicated to undergraduate research during their last two years. After obtaining the degree, students will have opportunities in secondary education, graduate studies and direct entry into the job market. Each student will be advised by faculty to achieve a specific program tailored for the student’s goals. Program assessment plans and student learning outcomes are posted at the Program Assessment website. Additional information may be found at

Admission Requirements

Applicants will be considered for full admission to the BS program with a GPA of 2.00 or better and after completion of the following with a grade of C (2.00) or better:

ENGL S111Methods of Written Communication3
MATH S151College Algebra for Calculus (or higher)4

Candidates must complete the General Education Requirements (GER) as well as the specific program requirements listed below for a minimum of 120 credit hours. Courses in a degree program may be counted only once. Courses used to fulfill the major requirements cannot be used to fulfill the GER. The degree must include 42 upper division (300 or above) credits, 24 of which must be completed at UAS.

Minimum Credit Hours120
General Education Requirements35
Natural or Social Science Requirements6
Physics Requirements8
Major Requirements43
General Education Requirements
Complete all General Education Requirements.35
Natural or Social Science Requirements
Complete Natural or Social Science Requirements. 16
Physics Requirements
Select one of the following Physics sequences:8
College Physics I
and College Physics II
General Physics I
and General Physics II
Major Requirements
MATH S251Calculus I4
MATH S252Calculus II4
MATH S253Calculus III4
MATH S265Introduction to Mathematical Proofs3
MATH S302Differential Equations3
MATH S311Modern Algebra3
MATH S314Linear Algebra3
MATH S324Advanced Calculus3
MATH S392Junior Seminar 32
MATH S492Senior Seminar 32
STAT S273Elementary Statistics3
Select nine credits of the following:9
Complex Variables
History of Mathematics and Science
Mathematical Modeling
Probability and Statistics
Statistical Computing with R
Regression and Analysis of Variance
Complete Electives/Minor credits. 228
Total Credits120

Advisor approved courses from the Natural Sciences or Social Sciences. Recommended designators include:  ANTH, ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, ECON, ENVS, and GEOL. 


Must include upper division courses as needed.


Two semesters of MATH S392 and two semesters of MATH S492 are required.