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TRANSFER FROM CLC:
Mathematics

41-47 credits

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Transfer Policies

Students transferring from non-baccalaureate institutions to Parkside may generally transfer up to 72 credits earned at non-baccalaureate institutions toward the 120 credits required for degree completion. UW-Parkside may accept additional credits toward the degree where appropriate. A minimum of 15 credits numbered 300 or above must be completed at Parkside.

Mathematics major catalog information

Graduation Requirements  |  Mathematics

 

The following requirements are in addition to the university general education requirements. Please use this guide in tandem with the Degree Requirements Transfer Guide.

Mathematics Major  | 41-47 credits

The major in mathematics includes options in pure and applied mathematics and teaching mathematics in middle childhood through early adolescence. At least 15 credits of upper-level courses in the major must be completed at UW-Parkside. Students may satisfy a mathematics major by completing the mathematics core and one of the following options or, upon consultation with a mathematics advisor, by developing programs to suit their special needs, subject to the written approval of the Mathematics Department. The following options are minimal, and students are encouraged to elect additional advanced mathematics courses.


Required Core Courses  |  23 credits
These courses provide the background concepts and techniques required in upper-level mathematics offerings.
 

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
MTH 145 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I MATH 221
MTH 146 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II MATH 222
MTH 246 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III MATH 223
MATH 225 Linear Algebra MATH 301
- Set Theory, Logic and Proof MATH 303

MATHEMATICS OPTIONS  | 20-24 credits

Choose one

 

General Mathematics Option  |  20-24

This sequence of courses leads to an undergraduate mathematics major covering the principal areas of modern mathematics. It is recommended for students planning to study mathematics in graduate school. Students in this program are required to take all of the courses in the Mathematics Core in addition to those listed below. Students are also encouraged to broaden their mathematics background by electing additional advanced courses.


Required Math Courses  |  4 credits
Choose one course:

CLC Course Parkside Name Parkside Course
- Advanced Calculus MATH 350
- Topology MATH 3451


300-Level Math Elective 3 Courses  |  10-12 credits

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
- Advanced Probability Theory
and Statistics
MATH 310
MTH 227 Differential Equations and
Their Applications
MATH 317
- Logic and Combinatorics MATH 331
- Foundations of Geometry MATH 361
- Elementary Number Theory MATH 367


400-Level Math Elective  |  6-8 credits
Choose two 400-level courses (not MATH 495 or 499)


 





Applied Mahematics Option  |  22 credits

This sequence of courses is intended for those students who are interested in mathematics and the application of mathematics. Students in this program are required to take all of the courses in the mathematics core together with those listed below. They are also encouraged to broaden their mathematics background by electing additional advanced courses.


Required Math Courses  |  18 credits

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
- Advanced Probability Theory
and Statistics
MATH 310
MTH 227 Differential Equations and
Their Applications
MATH 317
- Advanced Calculus MATH 350
- Mathematical Modeling MATH 368


Chose One Course:

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
- Applied Mathematics MATH 401
- Mathematical Methods of Physics PHYS 401


Math Elective Course  |  4 credits
Choose one course:

CLC COURSE PARKSIDE NAME PARKSIDE COURSE
- Complex Analysis MATH 423
- Abstract Algebra MATH 441

 

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