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Mathematics Honors Program, B.S.


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Honors Program


After a student has completed MATH 215  and MATH 242 , he/she may be invited by the Department of Mathematics to study for Honors. In order to be eligible for participation in this program, a student’s scholastic standing in terms of grade points shall not be less than 3.0 in general average and not less than 3.0 in all mathematics courses completed. The following mathematics courses on the upper level must be completed with a “B” or better by the time recommended on the curriculum sequence: MATH 312 ; MATH 341 ; MATH 343 ; MATH 413 ; MATH 479 .

Mathematics Honor Society


Pi Mu Epsilon is the mathematics honor society. To be eligible, one must be a junior having a 3.00 GPA overall with a 3.00 GPA in mathematics, or a sophomore who has maintained a 4.00 GPA in at least fifteen (15) hours of mathematics courses, as well as having an overall GPA of at least 3.00. MATH 215  is the lowest numbered course which may be used in the GPA computation.

A Suggested Course Sequence for Mathematics Majors


Advisors will help you select courses for your first year. They will use the record of courses taken previously, test scores, and your expressed interests. The outline is a guide, not a rigid pattern. As you become better informed of the opportunities that exist for graduate study and/or employment after graduation, consult advisors on how adaptations might be made in your plan of studies.

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