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Mathematics Major
www.math.emich.edu
Mathematics: A Major that Opens
Doors
An Invitation from the Department Head
Mathematics is a perfect choice for your major
as you plan a career in business, industry, or
prepare for graduate school. You’ll find that in
the Department of Mathematics there will be
many opportunities for you to become a part of
our mathematical community, whether you
decide to tutor in our tutoring center, join the
math modeling team, or participate in the
undergraduate research symposium.
For information and resources about
mathematics and careers, visit the homepage of
the Mathematical Association of America
(www.maa.org)
We hope you will consider a mathematics major
at EMU!
-Dr. Carla Tayeh, Department Head
Major in Mathematics
MATH 120 Calculus I
MATH 121 Calculus II
MATH 122 Elem. Linear Algebra
MATH 211 Intro to Math Proofs
MATH 223 Multivariable Calculus
MATH 370 Probability and Statistics I
One course from the following:
MATH 411 Abstract Algebra or
MATH 416 Linear Algebra or
MATH 420 Intro to Analysis
Restricted Electives (12 credit hours)
Technology requirement* (3 credit hours)
Writing intensive requirement**
TOTAL 40 credit hours
Minor in Mathematics
MATH 120 Calculus I
MATH 121 Calculus II
MATH 122 Elem. Linear Algebra
One course from the following:
MATH 211 Intro to Proofs
MATH 360 Statistical Methods
MATH 370 Probability and Statistics I
Restricted Electives (5-6 credit hours)
Technology requirement* (3 credit hours)
TOTAL 23 credit hours
*NOTE : Student may satisfy the technology requirement
with a computer programming class (COSC 111 or COSC
145)
**NOTE : At least one of the restricted elective courses
needs to be a writing intensive course.
NOTE: Major requires at least 9 hours of 300/400 level
coursework; Minor requires at least 6 hours of 300/400 level
coursework
October 2010
Mathematics Courses – Restricted Electives
MATH 311W Mathematical Problem Solving
MATH 319 Mathematical Modeling
MATH 325 Differential Equations
MATH 341 College Geometry
MATH 372 Problems in Actuarial Studies I
MATH 407 Elementary Number Theory
MATH 409 Cryptology
MATH 411 Abstract Algebra
MATH 416 Linear Algebra
MATH 418 Modeling with Linear Algebra
MATH 419W Introduction to Stochastic
Mathematical Modeling
MATH 420 Intro to Real Analysis
MATH 424 Intro to Complex Variables
MATH 425 Math for Scientists
MATH 436 Intro to Numerical Analysis
MATH 460 Applied Survey Sampling
MATH 461 Linear Regression Analysis
MATH 462 Design and Analysis of Experiments
MATH 471 Probability and Statistics II
MATH 472 Problems in Actuarial Studies
MATH 474W Applied Statistics
With advisor’s approval:
MATH 479 Special Topics
The writing intensive courses are denoted with a
W after the course number.
Join a Professional Organization
Consider joining a professional organization,
beginning your professional reading, and attending
professional conferences. More information about
the Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
can be found at www.maa.org and the American
Statistical Association (AMSA) can be found here
www.amstat.org
Learn more about the Michigan Section of the
MAA at www.michmaa.org
Calculate Your Major GPA Using An Online
Calculator
There is an online calculator available at
http://www.emich.edu/aac/gpacalc.htm
Enter the number of credit hours and grades earned
for the courses on your major. Then, click on
compute. Your major GPA must be 2.50
How do I declare my major?
Please declare your major and minor at
http://www.emich.edu/aac/majmin.htm
When Am I Done?
Students should file for a Graduation Audit once
they have earned 95 credit hours. Applications are
available online at
http://www.emich.edu/registrar/gradinfo.htm
Transfer Classes
Before you take a class elsewhere, look up the
Eastern Michigan University transfer equivalency
here:
http://it.emich.edu/service/online/tranequiv/
Math Advisors
If you have more questions, please E-mail or visit
a mathematics advisor.
Dr. Gisela Ahlbrandt
[email protected]
Dr. Jay Ramanathan
[email protected]
October 2010
Planning Ahead for _______________ with ____________ on _________
Name
You’ll need
Advisor
Date
MATH 105 College Algebra AND
MATH 107 Trigonometry OR Placement
MATH 120 Calculus I
MATH 105 College Algebra
OR
MATH 120 Calculus I
MATH 120 Calculus I
And
MATH 122 Elementary Linear Algebra
MATH 121 Calculus II
And
MATH 122 Elementary Linear Algebra
In order to take
MATH 120 Calculus I (fa, wi, sp, su)
In order to take
In order to take
MATH 121 Calculus II (fa, wi, sp)
MATH 122 Elementary Linear Algebra (fa, wi, sp)
In order to take
MATH 319 Mathematical Modeling (fa, wi, sp)
In order to take
You’ll need
MATH 211 Intro to Math Proof
In order to take
You’ll need
MATH 223 Multivariable Calculus
In order to take
You’ll need
MATH 211 Intro to Math Proof
And
MATH 223 Multivariable Calculus
MATH 360 Statistical Methods
or
MATH 370 Probability and Statistics I
In order to take
MATH 211 Intro to Math Proof (fa, wi,sp)
MATH 223 Multivariable Calculus (fa, wi, sp)
MATH 325 Differential Equations (fa, wi, sp)
MATH 400 History and Development of Math (wi)
MATH 418 Modeling with Linear Algebra
MATH 436 Intro to Numerical Analysis
MATH 341 College Geometry (fa, wi, sp)
MATH 407 Elementary Number Theory
MATH 411 Abstract Algebra (fa, wi, sp)
MATH 416 Linear Algebra
MATH 420 Intro to Real Analysis (fa)
MATH 370 Probability and Statistics (fa, wi)
MATH 372 Problems in Actuarial Studies I
MATH 424 Intro to Complex Variables
MATH 425 Math for Scientists
MATH 311 Problem Solving
MATH 370 Probability and Statistics I
In order to take
You’ll need
You’ll need
You’ll need
You’ll need
You’ll need
You’ll need
In order to take
MATH 460 Applied Survey Sampling
MATH 461 Linear Regression Analysis
MATH 462 Design and Analysis of Experiments
MATH 474 Applied Statistics
MATH 471 Probability and Statistics II
Sample plan for a mathematics (non teaching) major
Fall
Winter
Spring
MATH 120 Calculus I
MATH 121 Calculus II
MATH 122 Elementary Linear
Algebra
Summer
COSC 111 Intro to
Programming
Fall
Winter
MATH 211 Intro to Math
Proof
MATH 223 Multivariable
Calculus
Elective: MATH 319
Mathematical Modeling
Elective:
Fall
Winter
MATH 370 Probability and
Statistics
MATH 411 Abstract Algebra
Fall
Winter
Elective:
Elective:
Spring
Summer
Spring
Summer
Spring
Summer