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Following is one suggested fouryear degree plan. Students are encouraged to see their advisor each semester for help with program decisions and enrollment. Students are responsible for reviewing the Program of Study Requirements. 

*See Appendix A Core Curriculum and Optional Course Information.  
** See Appendix C for approved list of minors and requirements. 



FALL

HOURS 
SPRING  HOURS 

FRESHMAN YEAR  FRESHMAN YEAR  
ENGL

1301  English Composition I  3  ENGL  1302  English Composition II  3  
HIST 
1301  The U.S. to 1877  3  HIST  1302  The U.S. Since 1877  3  
MATH 
2413  4  MATH  2414  Calculus II  4  
Natural Science*  4  Natural Science*  4  
Activity/Wellness*  1  
Total  15  14  
SOPHOMORE
YEAR 
SOPHOMORE YEAR  
COSC 
1136  Fundamentals of Programming Lab  1  MATH  3330  Differential Equations  3  
COSC  1336  Fundamentals of Programming  3  MATH  3360  Statistics  3  
ENGL  Survey of Literature*  3  ENGL  2311  Technical Writing  3 

MATH  2415  Calculus III  4  PSCI  2306  American State Govt  3 

MATH  3365  Discrete Mathematics  3  Visual/Performing Arts*  3 

PSCI  2305  American National Govt  3  
Total  17  15 



JUNIOR
YEAR 
JUNIOR YEAR  
MATH  4335  Advanced Calculus  3  MATH  4310  Abstract Algebra  3 

MATH  3310  Linear Algebra  3  MATH  MATH Elective  3 

Soc/Behavioral Science*  3  MATH  Advanced Math Elective^{1}  3 

Minor Curriculum**  3  MATH  Advanced Math Elective^{1} 
3 

Minor Curriculum**  3  MATH  Adv Minor Curriculum**  3  
Advanced Elective  3  
Total  18  15 



SENIOR
YEAR 
SENIOR YEAR  
MATH  Advanced Math Elective^{1}  3  MATH  Advanced Math Elective^{1}  3 

MATH  Advanced Math Elective^{1}  3  MATH  Advanced Math Elective^{1}  3 

MATH 
Advanced Math Elective^{1}  3  MATH  Advanced Math Elective^{1}  3 

Advanced Elective  3  Adv Minor Curriculum**  3 

Adv Minor Curriculum**  3  Adv Minor Curriculum**  3 

Total  15  15 

TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS: 124  
^{1}Math Electives, select 27 SCH at least 24 which must be from any 4000 level math courses, and excluding MATH 4390.  
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given semester. 

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courses may require prerequisites not listed. 
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