Undergraduate Degree  Mathematics, Advanced  Bachelor of Science
Program  Mathematics, Advanced  Bachelor of Science 
Program Code  7108 Mathematics, Advanced 
Program Level  Undergraduate 
Award Type  Bachelor of Science 
Start Term  FS11 
College  College of Natural Science Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:

Department  Department of Mathematics Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:

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Students must consult their advisors to learn which specific requirements apply to their degree programs.
Following this section are the requirements as represented in Degree Navigator, MSU's online advising tool. The Degree Navigator section is only available for programs using Degree Navigator for degree certiication.
College of Natural Science
Department of Mathematics
Undergraduate Programs
Mathematics, Advanced  Bachelor of Science
Department of Mathematics
Undergraduate Programs
Mathematics, Advanced  Bachelor of Science
Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics, Advanced
 The University requirements for bachelor’s degrees as described in the Undergraduate Education section of this catalog; 120 credits, including general elective credits, are required for the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics, Advanced.
The University’s Tier II writing requirement for the Mathematics, Advanced major is met by completing Mathematics 418H and 496. Those courses are referenced in item 3. below.
Students who are enrolled in the College of Natural Science may complete the alternative track to Integrative Studies in Biological and Physical Sciences that is described in item 1. under the heading Graduation Requirements in the College statement. Certain courses referenced in requirement 3. below may be used to satisfy the alternative track.  The requirements of the College of Natural Science for the Bachelor of Science degree.
The credits earned in certain courses referenced in requirement 3. below may be counted toward College requirements as appropriate.  The following requirements for the major:
a.  The following courses outside the Department of Mathematics (17 to 21 credits):  
(1)  One course of at least 3 credits in biological science, entomology, microbiology, physiology, plant biology, or zoology.  
(2)  One of the following groups of courses (8 or 10 credits):  
(a)  CEM  141  General Chemistry  4  
CEM  142  General and Inorganic Chemistry  3  
CEM  161  Chemistry Laboratory I  1  
(b)  CEM  151  General and Descriptive Chemistry  4  
CEM  152  Principles of Chemistry  3  
CEM  161  Chemistry Laboratory I  1  
(c)  CEM  181H  Honors Chemistry I  4  
CEM  182H  Honors Chemistry II  4  
CEM  185H  Honors Chemistry Laboratory I  2  
(d)  LB  171  Principles of Chemistry I  4  
LB  172  Principles of Chemistry II  3  
LB  171L  Introductory Chemistry Laboratory I  1  
(3)  One of the following groups of courses (6 or 8 credits):  
(a)  PHY  183  Physics for Scientists and Engineers I  4  
PHY  184  Physics for Scientists and Engineers II  4  
(b)  PHY  193H  Honors Physics I – Mechanics  3  
PHY  294H  Honors Physics II – Electromagnetism  3  
(c)  LB  271  Physics I  3  
LB  272  Physics II  3  
b.  Firstyear competency in a foreign language  
or  
For students who have been admitted to the teacher certification program, completion of the Professional Education Courses in the Department of Teacher Education.  
c.  A total of 34 to 37 credits in courses in the Department of Mathematics including:  
(1)  One of the following courses (3 or 4 credits):  
MTH  132  Calculus I  3  
MTH  152H  Honors Calculus I  3  
LB  118  Calculus I  4  
(2)  One of the following courses (3 or 4 credits):  
MTH  133  Calculus II  4  
MTH  153H  Honors Calculus II  3  
LB  119  Calculus II  4  
(3)  One of the following courses (3 or 4 credits):  
MTH  234  Multivariable Calculus  4  
MTH  254H  Honors Multivariable Calculus  3  
LB  220  Calculus III  4  
(4)  All of the following courses (25 credits):  
MTH  291  Mathematics Snapshots  1  
MTH  317H  Advanced Linear Algebra  3  
MTH  327H  Introduction to Advanced Analysis  3  
MTH  347H  Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations  3  
MTH  418H  Honors Algebra I  3  
MTH  419H  Honors Algebra II  3  
MTH  428H  Honors Analysis I  3  
MTH  429H  Honors Analysis II  3  
MTH  496  Capstone in Mathematics  3  
The completion of Mathematics 496 fulfills the department’s capstone course requirement.  
d.  A total of 12 credits in approved courses with substantive highlevel quantitative material at the 400level or above. Up to 9 of these 12 credits may be satisfied by courses in departments other than Mathematics as approved by the student’s academic advisor. Students in the teacher certification program must take Mathematics 432 to fulfill part of this elective requirement. Students in the teacher certification program must also take STT 430 which may not be counted as part of this requirement. 
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