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.
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. 
Degree Requirements from Degree Navigator.
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Mathematics Advanced, BS (7108) Required Credits: 120 Program Version: FS13
Requirement 1: University Tier I Writing
University Tier I Writing: The required number of courses from 1 of the following sets of courses
WRA: 1. WRA: 1 course from WRA110, WRA115, WRA120, WRA125, WRA130, WRA135, WRA140, WRA145, WRA150, WRA195H, LB133, AL192, AL192H
James Madison Writing: 2. James Madison Writing: 2 courses from MC111, MC112
Residential College Writing: 3. Residential College Writing: 2 courses from RCAH111, RCAH112
Requirement 2: University Mathematics
University Mathematics: The required number of courses from 1 of the following sets of courses
MTH2: 1 course
At least 1 course from LB118, MTH110, MTH116, MTHRQMT, MTHWAIV1, MTHWAIV2, Mathematics PreMatriculation, Mathematics PostMatriculation
MTH1: 2 courses
At least 1 course from MTH103, MTH103WAIV
At least 1 course from MTH112, MTH114, MTH124, MTH132, MTH152H, MTH201, STT200, STT201
Requirement 3: University IAH201  IAH210
University IAH201  IAH210: 4 credits from IAH201, IAH202, IAH203, IAH204, IAH205, IAH206, IAH207, IAH208, IAH209, IAH210, RCAH201, ANY IAH BELOW 211
Requirement 4: University IAH211 or higher
University IAH211 or higher: 4 credits from IAH211A, IAH211B, IAH211C, IAH211D, IAH221A, IAH221B, IAH221C, IAH231A, IAH231B, IAH231C, IAH241A, IAH241B, IAH241C, IAH241D, IAH241E, IAH241F, RCAH202, TRANSFER IAH, ANY IAH211 OR HIGHER, approved LB courses
Requirement 5: University ISS200 Series
University ISS200 Series: 4 credits from ISS210, ISS215, ISS220, ISS225, ISS230, ISS235, MC201, TRANSFER ISS 200 LEVEL, ANY ISS 200 LEVEL
Requirement 6: University ISS300 Series
University ISS300 Series: 4 credits from ISS305, ISS308, ISS310, ISS315, ISS318, ISS320, ISS325, ISS327, ISS328, ISS330A, ISS330B, ISS330C, ISS335, ISS336, MC202, ANY ISS 300 LEVEL, approved LB courses
Requirement 7: University ISB
University ISB: 3 credits from ISB200, ISB201, ISB202, ISB204, TRANSFER ISB, ISB ALTERNATIVE TRACK, ANY 3 CREDIT ISB COURSE
Requirement 8: University ISP
University ISP: 3 credits from ISP203A, ISP203B, ISP205, ISP207, ISP209, ISP213H, ISP215, ISP217, ISP220, ISP221, TRANSFER ISP, ISP ALTERNATIVE TRACK, ANY 3 CREDIT ISP COURSE
Requirement 9: University Laboratory Experience
University Laboratory Experience: The required number of credits from 1 of the following sets of courses
Univ Lab: 2 credits
At least 2 credits from ISB201L, ISB208L, ISP203L, ISP205L, ISP207L, ISP209L, ISP217L, ANY 2 CREDIT ISB/ISP LAB, LAB EXPERIENCE ALTERNATIVE TRACK, TRANSFER LAB
Alternative: 2 credits
At least 1 credit from ISB201L, ISB208L, ISP203L, ISP205L, ISP207L, ISP209L, ISP217L, ANY 2 CREDIT ISB/ISP LAB, LAB EXPERIENCE ALTERNATIVE TRACK, TRANSFER LAB
At least 1 credit from an Alternative Track Lab credit
Requirement 10: University Diversity Distribution
University Diversity Distribution: A total 2 courses
At least 1 course from NationalIAH or ISS courses emphasizing national diversity or both national diversity and international and multicultural diversity
At least 1 course from InternationalIAH or ISS courses emphasizing international and multicultural diversity or both national diversity and international and multicultural diversity
Conditions:
University Diversity Distribution: No more than 1 course from IAH or ISS emphasizing both national diversity and international and multicultural diversity in Requirement(s) 10
Requirement 11: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Outside the Department
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Outside the Department: 3 credits from courses in biological science, entomology, microbiology, physiology, plant biology or zoology.
Requirement 12: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Chemistry
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Chemistry: A total 3 courses from 1 of the following sets of courses
CEM141, CEM142, CEM161
CEM151, CEM152, CEM161
CEM181H, CEM182H, CEM185H
LB171, LB171L, LB172
Requirement 13: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Physics
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Physics: A total 2 courses from 1 of the following sets of courses
PHY183, PHY184
PHY193H, PHY294H
LB271, LB272
Requirement 14: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Foreign Language or Professional Education
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Foreign Language or Professional Education: 1 course from first year competency in a foreign language or the completion of the Professional Education Courses for those admitted to the teacher certification program
Requirement 15: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Calculus I and II
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Calculus I and II: A total 2 courses from 1 of the following sets of courses
MTH132, MTH133
LB118, LB119
MTH152H, MTH153H
Requirement 16: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Advanced Calculus
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Advanced Calculus: 1 course from LB220, MTH234, MTH254H
Requirement 17: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Mathematics Snapshot
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Mathematics Snapshot: 1 course from MTH291
Requirement 18: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Advanced Linear Algebra
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Advanced Linear Algebra: 1 course from MTH317H
Requirement 19: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Introduction to Advanced Analysis
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Introduction to Advanced Analysis: 1 course from MTH327H
Requirement 20: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations: 1 course from MTH347H
Requirement 21: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Honors Algebra I and II
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Honors Algebra I and II: 2 courses from MTH418H, MTH419H
Requirement 22: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Honors Analysis I and II
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Honors Analysis I and II: 2 courses from MTH428H, MTH429H
Requirement 23: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Capstone
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Capstone: 1 course from MTH496
Requirement 24: Major  Mathematics Advanced  Approved Courses
Major  Mathematics Advanced  Approved Courses: 12 credits from approved courses with substantive highlevel quantitative material at the 400level or above.
Requirement 25: College Distribution
College Distribution: 30 credits from courses numbered at the 300 and 400 levels. See academic advisor.
Requirement 26: Electives
Electives: 0 credits from Electives at Michigan State University and transfer coursework. This number can change based on the credits of the coursework taken to fulfill University, College, and Major requirements. Please contact your academic advisor with any questions.
Requirement 27: University Residency
University Residency: 30 credits from MSU coursework, 27 credits from MSU courses taken after reaching junior standing, 20 credits from courses offered by MSU while admitted to major & 20 of the last 30 credits must be MSU courses. Please see academic advisor.
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