Mathematics, B.S.
The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics provides an indepth theoretical background focusing on the traditional core areas of mathematics. This program provides a foundation for graduate study or careers in fields using sophisticated quantitative and mathematical analysis. In particular, this program is suitable preparation for graduate study in mathematics.
Students should consult with an advisor to design a program best fitted to their interests and goals.
Undergraduate Contact Information:
Dr. Irina Mitrea, Chair
Wachman Hall, Room 638
2152047841
Dr. Boris Datskovsky, Associate Chair
Wachman Hall, Room 632
2152047847
mathadvising@temple.edu
Dr. Maria E. Lorenz, Undergraduate Chair
Wachman Hall, Room 524
2152046764
mathadvising@temple.edu
Bachelor of Science
Summary of Requirements for the Degree
 University Requirements (123 total s.h.)

MATH 0701 (4 s.h.) and/or ENG 0701 (4 s.h.), if required by placement testing.

All Temple students must take a minimum of two writingintensive courses at Temple as part of their major. Following is a list of courses that can be used to satisfy the writingintensive requirement: MATH 3098 and MATH 4096.
 Students must complete the General Education (GenEd) requirements.
 See the General Education section of the Undergraduate Bulletin for the GenEd curriculum.
 Students who complete CST majors typically receive a waiver for 2 Science & Technology (GS) and 1 Quantitative Literacy (GQ) GenEd courses.
 Students must satisfy general Temple University residency requirements.

 College Requirements

90 credits within the College of Science & Technology (CST) or the College of Liberal Arts (CLA).

45 UpperLevel (2000+) credits within the College of Science & Technology (CST) or the College of Liberal Arts (CLA).

 Major Requirements for Bachelor of Science (65 s.h.)
At least 9 courses required for the major must be completed at Temple. At least 8 Math courses must be completed at Temple.Course List Code Title Credit Hours Computer & Technology Science course Select one of the following: 4 Programming in Matlab Computer Programming in C Program Design and Abstraction Honors Program Design and Abstraction Mathematics courses Select one of the following: 4 Calculus I with Lab ^{1} Calculus I Honors Calculus I (F) MATH 1042 Calculus II 4 or MATH 1942 Honors Calculus II MATH 2043 Calculus III 4 or MATH 2943 Honors Calculus III MATH 2111 Basic Concepts of Math 3 MATH 3031 Probability Theory I 3 MATH 3045 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra (F) 4 MATH 3051 Theoretical Linear Algebra (S) 4 MATH 3098 Modern Algebra (F) 3 MATH 3101 Topics in Modern Algebra (S) 3 MATH 3141 Advanced Calculus I (F) 3 MATH 3142 Advanced Calculus II (S) 3 MATH 4051 Complex Analysis (F) 3 MATH 4096 Senior Problem Solving 3 Three Mathematics electives at the 3000+level or above ^{2} 9 Physics courses Select one of the following: 4 Elementary Classical Physics I Honors Elementary Classical Physics I (F) General Physics I Honors General Physics I (F) Select one of the following: 4 Elementary Classical Physics II Honors Elementary Classical Physics II (s) General Physics II Honors General Physics II (S) Total Credit Hours 65 Course List Code Title Credit Hours (F)  Fall only course (S)  Spring only course ^{1} Students who choose MATH 1038 must also take the linked course MATH 1039.
^{2} Must be approved by Mathematics faculty advisor.
Calculation of Major GPA
The list of courses that are used to calculate major GPA is determined by the department. Students should consult with their academic advising unit for the applicable courses. In general, courses that could not apply toward the major as an elective or a required course are not counted for the major GPA. This would include MATH 1022, for example.
Distinction in Major
To graduate with Distinction in Mathematics a student should meet the following requirements:

All requirements for the B.S. degree in Mathematics must be met with a GPA of at least 3.50 in the Mathematics courses.

At the time of graduation, the student's overall GPA, including all collegelevel courses, must be at least 3.25.

A student must have a GPA of 3.50 or higher in the following courses:
Course List Code Title Credit Hours MATH 3141 Advanced Calculus I 3 MATH 3142 Advanced Calculus II 3 MATH 3098 Modern Algebra 3 MATH 4051 Complex Analysis 3 Any additional courses from the following list: MATH 3043 Numerical Analysis I 3 or 4 MATH 3044 Numerical Analysis II 3 MATH 3101 Topics in Modern Algebra 3 Any 4000level course other than individual study
Suggested Academic Plan
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Requirements for New Students starting in the 20162017 Academic Year
Year 1  

Fall  Credit Hours  
Select one of the following:  4  
Calculus I with Lab^{1}  
Calculus I  
Honors Calculus I (F)  
Select one of the following:  4  
Programming in Matlab  
Computer Programming in C  
Program Design and Abstraction  
Honors Program Design and Abstraction  
Select one of the following:  4  
Elementary Classical Physics I  
Honors Elementary Classical Physics I (F)  
General Physics I  
Honors General Physics I (F)  
General Education/Elective Credits  4  
Term Credit Hours  16  
Spring  
MATH 1042 or 1942  Calculus II  4 
Select one of the following:  4  
Elementary Classical Physics II  
Honors Elementary Classical Physics II (S)  
General Physics II  
Honors General Physics II (S)  
General Education/Elective Credits  7  
Term Credit Hours  15  
Year 2  
Fall  
MATH 2043 or 2943  Calculus III  4 
MATH 2111  Basic Concepts of Math  3 
MATH 3045  Differential Equations with Linear Algebra (F)  4 
General Education/Elective Credits  6  
Term Credit Hours  17  
Spring  
MATH 3031  Probability Theory I  3 
MATH 3051  Theoretical Linear Algebra (S)  4 
General Education/Elective Credits  8  
Term Credit Hours  15  
Year 3  
Fall  
MATH 3098  Modern Algebra [WI] (F)  3 
MATH 3141  Advanced Calculus I (F)  3 
General Education/Elective Credits  9  
Term Credit Hours  15  
Spring  
MATH 3101  Topics in Modern Algebra (S)  3 
MATH 3142  Advanced Calculus II (S)  3 
3000+ Mathematics Elective^{2}  3  
General Education/Elective Credits  6  
Term Credit Hours  15  
Year 4  
Fall  
MATH 4051  Complex Analysis (F)  3 
3000+ Mathematics Elective^{2}  3  
General Education/Elective Credits  9  
Term Credit Hours  15  
Spring  
MATH 4096  Senior Problem Solving [WI]  3 
3000+ Mathematics Elective^{2}  3  
General Education/Elective Credits  9  
Term Credit Hours  15  
Total Credit Hours:  123 
Code  Title  Credit Hours 

(F)  Fall only courses  
(S)  Spring only courses 
^{1}  Students who choose MATH 1038 must also take the linked course MATH 1039. 
^{2}  Must be approved by Mathematics faculty advisor. 