Core Courses

The General Education Requirement

All students who matriculated before Fall 2013 must satisfy a general education requirement consisting of eleven (11) courses outside of the major department (see FSU catalogs). The General Education Goal 2 (Quantitative) requirement is satisfied through the completion of the Mathematics major. All students who matriculated during the Fall 2013 semester or later must satisfy a general education requirement consisting of ten (10) courses outside of the major department (see FSU catalogs).  The General Education subdomain 2(a) is satisfied through the completion of the mathematics major.  The core requirement of a credit-bearing math course is satisfied by MATH117.

The Core Courses

All students must complete the following ten (10) core courses:

  • MATH 215 Finite Mathematics
  • MATH 219 Calculus I
  • MATH 220 Calculus II
  • MATH 221 Calculus III
  • MATH 226 Linear Algebra and Applications
  • MATH 231 Euclidean Geometry
  • MATH 310 Number Theory
  • MATH 319 Abstract Algebra
  • One (1) computer science course
  • One (1) course in probability and statistics:
    • MATH 117 Introduction to Statistics
    • MATH 208 Biostatistics
    • MATH 307 Intermediate Statistics
    • MATH 348 Mathematical Statistics I
    • MATH 349 Mathematical Statistics II

Concentrations in Mathematics:

Each student must complete the requirements of one of the three concentrations in mathematics (UMAE, UMAT, or UMAG).

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