The plan listed below is designed to provide suggestions for sequencing your major courses, but there are also other ways to sequence most majors. This plan is meant to provide aid in early, provisional planning. Please consult with your academic advisor to make strategic academic decisions about which courses to take each semester.

## Sample Four Year Plan: Mathematics (BA or BS)

### FALL - Semester 1

**MATH 198**: Analytic Geometry with Calculus I

**TRU 117**: Self & Society Sem: Game Theory

TRU 100: Truman Symposium

Dialogues coursework

### SPRING - Semester 2

**MATH 263**: Analytic Geometry with Calculus II

CS 170: Intro to Computer Science

Dialogues coursework

### FALL - Semester 3

**MATH 200**: Foundations of Mathematics

**MATH 264**: Analytic Geometry with Calculus III

CHEM 130 or PHYS 195

Foreign Language

### SPRING - Semester 4

STAT 290: Statistics

**MATH 357**: Linear Algebra

Dialogues coursework

Foreign Language

### FALL - Semester 5

**MATH 451**: Algebraic Structures I

**MATH XXX**: One course from List A or B

JINS 3XX: Junior Interdisciplinary Seminar

Dialogues or BS/BA coursework

Elective

### SPRING - Semester 6

**MATH 398**: Junior Seminar in Mathematics

**MATH XXX**: One course from List A or B

**MATH XXX**: One course from List A or B

Dialogues or BS/BA coursework

Elective

### FALL - Semester 7

**MATH 461**: Advanced Calculus I

**MATH 499**: Mathematics Capstone Seminar

Electives

### SPRING - Semester 8

**MATH XXX**: One course from List A or B

**MATH XXX**: One course from List A or B

Electives (as needed) to total at least 120 hours

**NOTES:**

Graduation Requirements: Total credit hrs>=120

(40 credit hrs @ 300-level or higher)

List A of Elective Courses: | List B of Elective Courses: | |
---|---|---|

MATH 363: College Geometry | MATH 300: Introduction to Numerical Analysis | |

MATH 440: Topology | MATH 330: Mathematics of Finance | |

MATH 447: Combinatorial Analysis | MATH 335: Game Theory | |

MATH 452: Algebraic Structures II | MATH 345: Introduction to Mathematical Biology | |

MATH 454: Theory of Numbers | MATH 347: Discrete Mathematics | |

MATH 462: Advanced Calculus II | MATH 364: Vector Analysis | |

MATH 465: Differential Geometry | MATH 365: Ordinary Differential Equations | |

MATH 468: Intro to Set Theory | MATH 400: Methods of Optimization | |

MATH 469: Intro to Math Logic | MATH 455: History of Mathematics I | |

MATH 515: Complex Variables I | MATH 456: History of Mathematics II | |

STAT 570: Math. Probability & Stat. I | MATH 464: Higher Geometry | |

MATH 511: Numerical Analysis | ||

MATH 521: Partial Differential Equations | ||

MATH 530: Topics in Mathematical Modeling | ||

MATH 564: Advanced Linear Algebra | ||

STAT 571: Mathematical Probability and Statistics II |

The Dialogues Curriculum requires a certain number of courses/credit hours in the following Perspectives: Social, Arts and Humanities, STEM, Communications, and Statistics. The exact number of courses a student will be required to take during their undergraduate career varies individually according to the credit transferred in.

**Department Chair:** Please contact the Center for Academic Excellence with any updates to the plan above.

This is a sample course sequence to illustrate class offerings for this major. The Office of the Registrar is responsible for certifying completion of degree requirements based on requirements specified in Truman's Official Catalog.