Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

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Credit Hours Required for Degree: 120

Advanced Credit Hours: 36

*30 advanced hours required for this degree must be completed at A&M-SA to satisfy the residency requirement

Core Curriculum

ENGL 1301

Composition I

3

ENGL 1302 or ENGL 2311

Composition II or Technical Writing

3

MATH 2313

Calculus I

3

PHYS 2325, CHEM 1311, or BIOL 1306

See Required Support Courses

3

PHYS 2326, CHEM 1312, or BIOL 1307

See Required Support Courses

3

Lang/Phil/Culture

Select ONE course from approved 040 core list

3

Creative Arts

Select ONE course from approved 050 core list

3

American History

Select ONE course from approved 060 core list

3

American History

Select ONE course from approved 060 core list

3

Government/Political Science

Select ONE course from approved 070 core list

3

Government/Political Science

Select ONE course from approved 070 core list

3

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Select ONE course from approved 080 core list

3

SPCH 1315 or SPCH 1318

Fundamentals of Public Speaking or Interpersonal Communication

3

Component Area Option Course from Approved List excluding MATH 13XX courses

Select ONE course from approved 090 core list

3

Total SCHs

 

42

 

Required Support Courses (Courses may be taken at the community college)   

Must be one language; conversational language will not count  

Foreign Language

 

3

Foreign Language II

The second part of Foreign Language I

3

CSCI 1336

Programming Fundamentals

3

CSCI 1136

Programming Fundamentals Lab

1

PHYS 2125, CHEM 1111, OR BIOL 1106 (Lab: to be taken concurrently with PHYS 2325, CHEM 1311, OR BIOL 1306

 

1

PHYS 2126, CHEM 1112, OR BIOL 1107 (Lab: to be taken concurrently with PHYS 2326, CHEM 1312, OR BIOL 1307

 

1

Total SCHs

 

9

 Completion of this degree plan requires that students have an overall 2.5 GPA in upper-level courses with at most two “D”s.

To review the approved core list, please refer to the 2019-2020 University Cataloghttp://www.tamusa.edu/provost/universitycatalog.html; pages 116-118.

This is only a guide and does not constitute an official degree plan. To access the 2019-2020 A&M-SA catalog: http://www.tamusa.edu/provost/universitycatalog.html