# CCSU Mathematics

#### Major in Mathematics, BA (38 credits)

Core (32 credits): MATH 152 Calculus I 4 credits MATH 218 Discrete Mathematics 4 credits MATH 221 Calculus II 4 credits MATH 222 Calculus III 4 credits MATH 228 Introduction to Linear Algebra 4 credits MATH 366 Introduction to Abstract Algebra 4 credits MATH 377 Introduction to Real Analysis 4 credits MATH 450 Seminar in Proof 4 credits and Directed Electives (6 credits) selected from: MATH 300 Mathematics Internship 3 credits MATH 355 Introduction to Differential Equations with Applications 4 credits MATH 383 College Geometry 3 credits MATH 398 Independent Study in Mathematics 1-3 credits MATH 400 Introduction to Mathematica 4 credits MATH 421 History of Mathematics 3 credits MATH 440 Selected Topics in Mathematics 1-3 credits MATH 455 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations with Applications 4 credits MATH 465 Introduction to Fractal Geometry and Chaos 3 credits MATH 468 Symbolic Logic 3 credits MATH 469 Number Theory 3 credits MATH 477 Numerical Analysis 3 credits MATH 491 Advanced Vector Calculus 3 credits STAT 315 Mathematical Statistics I 3 credits STAT 416 Mathematical Statistics II 3 credits STAT 425 Loss and Frequency Distributions and Credibility Theory 3 credits STAT 455 Experimental Design 3 credits STAT 456 Fundamentals of SAS 3 credits STAT 465 Nonparametric Statistics 3 credits STAT 476 Topics in Statistics 3 credits ACTL 335 Theory of Interest 3 credits ACTL 465 Actuarial Models I 4 credits ACTL 481 Review-SOA/CAS Course I 3 credits ACTL 482 Review-SOA/CAS Course II 3 credits In addition, two laboratory science courses are required. A minor is required for this major. Note: CS 151 is strongly recommended. #### Major in Mathematics with Specialization in Actuarial Science, BA (58 credits)

Core (40 credits): MATH 152 Calculus I 4 credits MATH 218 Discrete Mathematics 4 credits MATH 221 Calculus II 4 credits MATH 222 Calculus III 4 credits MATH 228 Introduction to Linear Algebra 4 credits STAT 315 Mathematical Statistics I 3 credits STAT 416 Mathematical Statistics II 3 credits STAT 425 Loss and Frequency Distributions and Credibility Theory 3 credits ACTL 335 Theory of Interest 3 credits ACTL 465 Actuarial Models I 4 credits ACTL 466 Actuarial Models II 4 credits and Directed Electives (18 credits, as approved by advisor): ACTL 481 Review-SOA/CAS Course I 3 credits ACTL 482 Review-SOA/CAS Course II 3 credits AC 211 Financial Accounting 3 credits AC 212 Managerial Accounting 3 credits CS 151 Computer Science I 3 credits CS 152 Computer Science II 3 credits CS 213 Applications of Computing I 3 credits CS 473 Simulation Techniques 3 credits FIN 295 Managerial Finance 3 credits FIN 301 Financial Markets and Institutions 3 credits FIN 310 Securities Analysis 3 credits FIN 320 Bank Management 3 credits FIN 321 Insurance 3 credits LAW 250 Legal Environment of Business 3 credits MGT 295 Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior 3 credits MATH 300 Mathematics Internship 3 credits MATH 355 Introduction to Differential Equations with Applications 4 credits MATH 366 Introduction to Abstract Algebra 4 credits MATH 377 Introduction to Real Analysis 4 credits ECON 460 Economic Forecasting 3 credits Note: ECON 200 and 201 are strongly recommended. Note: No minor is required for students selecting this major. #### Major in Mathematics with Specialization in Statistics, BA (58 credits)

Core (36 credits): MATH 152 Calculus I 4 credits MATH 218 Discrete Mathematics 4 credits MATH 221 Calculus II 4 credits MATH 222 Calculus III 4 credits MATH 228 Introduction to Linear Algebra 4 credits MATH 366 Introduction to Abstract Algebra 4 credits or or MATH 377 Introduction to Real Analysis 4 credits STAT 215 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences I 3 credits STAT 315 Mathematical Statistics I 3 credits STAT 416 Mathematical Statistics II 3 credits STAT 216 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences II 3 credits or or STAT 453 Applied Statistical Inference 3 credits and Directed Electives (2 courses) selected from: STAT 425 Loss and Frequency Distributions and Credibility Theory 3 credits STAT 455 Experimental Design 3 credits STAT 456 Fundamentals of SAS 3 credits STAT 465 Nonparametric Statistics 3 credits STAT 476 Topics in Statistics 3 credits AND 16 credits selected from the courses above or the following: MATH 300 Mathematics Internship 3 credits MATH 491 Advanced Vector Calculus 3 credits CS 151 Computer Science I 3 credits CS 152 Computer Science II 3 credits CS 253 Data and File Structures 3 credits CS 473 Simulation Techniques 3 credits BIO 405 Ecology 4 credits ECON 460 Economic Forecasting 3 credits ECON 485 Econometrics 3 credits GEOG 476 Advanced Cartography 3 credits PSY 222 Research Methods in Psychology II 4 credits PSY 451 Psychological Evaluation 3 credits ACTL 335 Theory of Interest 3 credits ACTL 465 Actuarial Models I 4 credits ACTL 466 Actuarial Models II 4 credits ACTL 481 Review-SOA/CAS Course I 3 credits Note: No minor is required for students choosing this major. Note: CS 151 is strongly recommended. #### Major in Mathematics, BS (Certifiable for secondary teaching, 48 credits)

Core (43 credits): MATH 120 Problem Solving I 1 credit MATH 152 Calculus I 4 credits MATH 211 Clinical Experience in Mathematics Education I 1 credit MATH 218 Discrete Mathematics 4 credits MATH 220 Problem Solving II 1 credit MATH 221 Calculus II 4 credits MATH 228 Introduction to Linear Algebra 4 credits MATH 313 Number Systems from an Advanced Viewpoint 3 credits MATH 320 Problem Solving III 1 credit MATH 327 Curriculum & Technology in Secondary Mathematics I 3 credits MATH 328 Curriculum & Technology in Secondary Mathematics II 3 credits MATH 366 Introduction to Abstract Algebra 4 credits MATH 377 Introduction to Real Analysis 4 credits MATH 383 College Geometry 3 credits STAT 314 Introductory Statistics for Secondary Teachers 3 credits and Directed Electives (5 credits) selected from: MATH 222 Calculus III 4 credits MATH 311 Clinical Experience in Mathematics Education II 1 credit MATH 344 Mathematics in Diverse Cultures 3 credits MATH 355 Introduction to Differential Equations with Applications 4 credits MATH 411 Clinical Experience in Mathematics Education III 1 credit MATH 421 History of Mathematics 3 credits MATH 440 Selected Topics in Mathematics 1-3 credits MATH 465 Introduction to Fractal Geometry and Chaos 3 credits MATH 468 Symbolic Logic 3 credits MATH 469 Number Theory 3 credits MATH 477 Numerical Analysis 3 credits MATH 491 Advanced Vector Calculus 3 credits STAT 315 Mathematical Statistics I 3 credits STAT 416 Mathematical Statistics II 3 credits STAT 453 Applied Statistical Inference 3 credits STAT 455 Experimental Design 3 credits STAT 456 Fundamentals of SAS 3 credits STAT 465 Nonparametric Statistics 3 credits In addition, students are required to take either of the following two blocks: A chemistry block consisting of ALL of the following: CHEM 161 General Chemistry 3 credits CHEM 162 General Chemistry Lab 1 credit CHEM 200 Foundations of Analytical Chemistry 3 credits CHEM 201 Foundations of Analytical Chemistry Lab 1 credit or A physics block consisting of ALL of the following: PHYS 125 University Physics I 4 credits PHYS 126 University Physics II 4 credits Lastly, 3 credits are required of all students to be selected from: CS 151 Computer Science I 3 credits or or CS 213 Applications of Computing I 3 credits Upon acceptance into the professional program in teacher education, students are required to complete a 30-credit program consisting of: SPED 315 Introduction to Educating Learners with Exceptionalities 3 credits EDTE 316 Principles of Learning (Sec/K-12) 4 credits RDG 440 Literacy in Secondary School 3 credits EDF 415 Educational Foundations 3 credits EDSC 425 Principles of Secondary Education 3 credits MATH 413 Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School 4 credits (taken concurrently with EDSC 425 and RDG 440) EDSC 435 Secondary Education Student Teaching 9 credits MATH 426 Student Teaching Seminar 1 credit (taken concurrently with EDSC 435) No minor is required for students with this major. #### Major in Mathematics, BS (Certifiable for elementary teaching, 33 credits)

Core (21-22 credits): MATH 113 Structures of Mathematics I: Number Systems 3 credits MATH 213 Structures of Mathematics II: Probability & Geometry 3 credits MATH 305 Structures of Mathematics III: Number Patterns 3 credits MATH 306 Structures of Mathematics IV: Development of Geometric Ideas MATH 409 Mathematics through Computers 3 credits STAT 215 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences 3 credits MATH 125 Applied Calculus 3 credits or or MATH 152 Calculus I 4 credits and Directed Electives (11-12 credits) selected from: MATH 110 Finite Mathematics 3 credits MATH 115 Trigonometry 3 credits MATH 116 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (formerly MATH 121) 3 credits MATH 119 Pre-Calculus with Trigonometry 4 credits MATH 120 Problem Solving I 1 credit MATH 211 Clinical Experience in Mathematics Education I 1 credit MATH 218 Discrete Mathematics 4 credits MATH 221 Calculus II 4 credits MATH 307 Topics in Elementary Mathematics 1-3 credits MATH 344 Mathematics in Diverse Cultures 3 credits STAT 216 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences II 3 credits Note: Please consult with the School of Education and Professional Studies concerning additional requirements for dual subject programs and interdisciplinary majors. #### Undergraduate Study Abroad Program

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