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The basic four-year course of study follows the outline below:

**Freshman Year**Calculus I and II

**Sophomore Year**

Calculus III, linear algebra, mathematics
& reasoning

**Junior Year**

Applied mathematics, differential equations,
statistics, geometry

**Senior Year**Analysis, abstract algebra, history of
mathematics, and a capstone course in problem solving

Students may choose to add one of the following concentrations:

**Engineering Mathematics** prepares students to enter an
engineering program in applied mathematics. Students add selected courses in
applied mathematics and engineering.

**Actuarial Science** prepares students for careers as
actuaries. Students add selected courses in statistics, as well as courses in
applied mathematics and in finance. They also prepare for the first actuarial
examinations.

**Mathematics Education** prepares students for careers as
secondary school mathematics teachers. Students add education courses and
experience in student teaching.

A solid background in high school mathematics is expected. Students desiring to major or minor in mathematics usually start with Calculus I, although advanced placement is available. For those requiring background for success in calculus, a precalculus course called "The Mathematics of Motion and Change" provides an interesting introduction.