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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics provides a solid foundation in mathematics. In addition to taking the core and interdisciplinary courses, students will also take part in a seminar dedicated to undergraduate research during their last two years. After obtaining the degree, students will have opportunities in secondary education, graduate studies and direct entry into the job market. Each student will be advised by faculty to achieve a specific program tailored for the student's goals.

Admission Requirements

Applicants will be considered for full admission to the BS program with a GPA of 2.0 or better and after completion of the following with a grade of C or better:

  1. ENGL S111
  2. MATH S107 or higher

Degree Requirements (2013-2014 Catalog)

Candidates must complete the General Education Requirements (GER) as well as the specific program requirements listed below for a minimum of 120 credit hours. Courses in a degree program may be counted only once. Courses used to fulfill the major requirements cannot be used to fulfill the GER. The degree must include 42 upper division (300 or above) credits, 24 of which must be completed at UAS.

Minimum Credit Hours120
General Education Requirements35
Natural or Social Science Requirements*6
*Advisor-approved courses from the Natural Sciences or Social Sciences. Recommended designators include: ANTH, ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, ECON, ENVS, and GEOL. 
Physics Requirements8
select both
PHYSS103College Physics I4
PHYSS104College Physics II4
or both
PHYSS211General Physics I4
PHYSS212General Physics II4
Major Requirements43
MATHS200Calculus I4
MATHS201Calculus II4
MATHS202Calculus III4
MATHS215Introduction to Proofs3
MATHS302Differential Equations3
MATHS311Modern Algebra3
MATHS314Linear Algebra3
MATHS324Advanced Calculus3
MATHS392Junior Seminar2
MATHS492Senior Seminar2
STATS273Elementary Statistics3
Select from the following (9 credits total):
FISHF421Fish Population Dynamics (UAF)4
MATHS305Geometry3
MATHS410Complex Variables3
MATHS411History of Mathematics and Science3
MATHS460Mathematical Modeling3
STATS373Probability & Statistics3
STATS401Regression and Analysis of Variance4
Electives/Minor*28
*Must include upper division courses as needed.

Internship Opportunities

The UAS Career Services Office provides a current listing of internship opportunities available to UAS students. These internships are funded by Alaskan, federal, national and international organizations and businesses. Changes occur frequently. If you have an interest in internships please contact Career Services for assistance. If admitted to a degree program you can also speak with a faculty member if you are interested in an internship for academic credit.

 
 

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