B.S. in Mathematics with
   Concentration in Economics: Course Sequence

This proposed course sequence suggests how the degree requirements may be completed within four years.  Many other variations are possible.  Students are encouraged to consult their academic advisor on the sequence of courses best suited to their needs.

Freshman Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
MATH 170  Calculus I 4 MATH 171 Calculus II 4
CSCI 170 Computer Science I 3 MATH 225 Found of Higher Math 3
Historical Perspectives 3 Scientific Perspectives 3
Composition/Rhetoric 3 PHIL 100 3
First Year Seminar  3 THEO 111 3
Total 16 Total 16

Sophomore Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
MATH 220 Calculus III 4 MATH 240 Linear Algebra 3
ECON 200 Microeconomic Princ 3 ECON 201 Macroeconomic Princ 3
Literature & Moral Imagination 3 STAT 210 Statistics for Business I 3
Second Laguage 102 3 Second Language 201 3
Philosophical Perspectives: PHIL 290 3 Theological Perspectives 3
Total 16 Total 15

Junior Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
MATH 340 Abstract Algebra 3 MATH 370 Real Analysis 3
ECON 305 Microecon Analysis 3 MATH 391 Mathematics Seminar I 1
Natural Sciences Elective 4 Natural Sciences II 4
Creative Perspectives 3 E/RS Elective 3
Elective 3    
Total 16 Total 14

Senior Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
MATH Elective 3 MATH Elective 3
MATH 392 Mathematics Seminar II 1 MATH 393 Mathematics Seminar III 1
ECON 307 Empirical Analysis 3 ECON 350 or ECON 495 3
Elective 3 ECON Elective 3
Humanities Elective 3 DCR Elective 3
Oral Communication 3 Writing Intensive 3
Total 16 Total 16

*Courses filling other core requirements may also fulfill the Diversity Curriculum Requirement.