University of Southern Indiana

Degrees and Programs

The curriculum leading to a degree in mathematics is rooted in a foundation of calculus, mathematical logic, probability, linear algebra, abstract algebra and a study of the history of mathematics. The student's selection of electives from analysis, statistics, advanced calculus, discrete mathematics, differential equations, and other special topics allows for diversity of specialization. These topics introduce students to a broad range of mathematical concepts and ideas that challenge their intellectual skills. Experiences from several of these courses provide an entry view into the applicability and power of mathematics to a variety of problems.

Name Hours Courses Checksheet
Mathematics 45
Mathematics, Actuarial Track 61
Mathematics Teaching 51
Statistics 48
Name Hours Courses Checksheet
Applied Statistics 18
Mathematics 21
Mathematics Teaching
Mathematics Teaching, Secondary Education 27
Mathematics Teaching, Elementary & Middle-Level 31-34
Mathematics Teaching, Elementary School 25-26
Statistics 24

Core 39
In addition to the departmental degree requirements, undergraduate students must complete the University Core 39. Our core provides the foundation for all baccalaureate degrees at the University of Southern Indiana. A university education prepares individuals to live wisely in a diverse and global community by helping students acquire both discipline-specific competence and broader knowledge and skills that reach across disciplines. View the classes included in Core 39 or talk to your advisor for more information.

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