Major in Mathematics

Ready to pursue a degree in Mathematics? Find out what's required with our easy to follow 4-year plan and a complete list of degree requirements.

For more information regarding the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Freed-Hardeman University, please contact Dr. Kenan Casey at kcasey@fhu.edu.


4-Year Plans

To make your path to graduation a little easier, a 4-year plan for students planning to major in Mathematics has been created:

2013-2014 4-Year Plans

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Teaching Licensure


2012-2013 4-Year Plans

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Teaching Licensure


2011-2012 4-Year Plans

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Teaching Licensure


Degree Requirements

Course of Study for a B.S. Major in Mathematics

Program Coordinator:  Dr. Mike Johnson
For a complete listing of requirements for graduation, see Academics: "Degree/Graduation Requirements."

I. General Education Requirements 49 hours
(Listed in this catalog under Academics: "General Education Display")
Limit II. C. Quantitative Reasoning to MAT 122 Analytics and Calculus I
Limit III. B. Chemistry or Physical Science to PHS 211 Physics for Science
and Engineering I
 
II. Core Requirements

CIS 171  Computer Programming I  
CIS 172  Computer Programming II 
MAT 223 Analytics and Calculus II
MAT 224 Analytics and Calculus III 4
MAT 240 Discrete Mathematics 3
MAT 306 Foundations of Geometry 3
MAT 330 Linear Algebra 3
MAT 345 Differential Equations 3
MAT 350  Calculus-Based Statistics 
MAT 426 Advanced Calculus (W) 3
MAT 430 Abstract Algebra (W) 3
MAT 441 Number Theory (W) 3
MAT 495 Mathematics Seminar 1  
39 hours
 
III. Additional Requirements for Majors NOT Seeking Teacher Licensure
MAT 424 Complex Analysis 3 hours
 
IV. Additional Requirements for Majors Seeking Teacher Licensure
Professional Core: Secondary Education 36 hours
 
V. Recommended Courses and Electives (including additional Bible)
     For Majors NOT Seeking Teacher Licensure 33 hours
PHS 212 Physics for Science and Engineering II (W) (4)
For Majors Seeking Teacher Licensure please refer to the display "Course Of Study for B.A./B.S. Major in Education (Secondary) (Second Major Only)"