General Education Requirements

English Composition
Select one of the following:6
College Composition I
College Composition II
Introduction to Professional Writing
College Composition II
Introduction to Professional Writing
College Composition III: Persuasive Writing
Speech Communication
Select one of the following:3
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
Interpersonal Communication
Intercultural Communication
Select one of the following:3
College Algebra
Finite Mathematics
Mathematics in Society
Calculus I 1
Elementary Statistics
Lab Science
Select two of the following, one must come from the Natural and Physical Sciences category8
Natural and Physical Sciences (ND:LABSC)
Concepts of Biology
General Biology I
General Biology II
General Zoology
Introductory Chemistry
Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
General Chemistry I
General Chemistry II
Introduction to Earth Science
The Earth Through Time
Concepts of Physics
Introductory Astronomy
College Physics I
College Physics II
University Physics I 2
University Physics II 2
Additional Sciences (ND:SCI)
Cognition and Brain Science
Technology, Engineering, and Design
Technology Solutions for Society
Select one of the following:2
Concepts of Fitness and Wellness
Introduction to Stress Management
Computer Science and Literacy
Select one of the following:3
Principles of Information Security
Introduction to Computer Information Systems 3
Introduction to Programming
Introduction to Programming in Java
Introduction to Structured Programming I
Social Implications of Computer Technology 3
Discovering Computing
Select one of the following:3
American Sign Language I
American Sign Language II
Oral Interpretation
Introduction to Literature
Introduction to Film
Bible as Literature
Women and Literature
World Literature I
World Literature II
American Literature I
American Literature II
Civilization, Thought, and Literary Heritage
Ethics and Philosophy of Science
1st Year Spanish I
1st Year Spanish II
2nd Year Spanish I
2nd Year Spanish II
Introduction to Theatre Arts
Art and Music
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to the Visual Arts
Introduction to Digital Media
Art History I
Art History II
History of Craft
Fine Arts and Aesthetics
Music Appreciation
Music Fundamentals
World Music
History of Popular/Rock Music
Social Science
Select 6 credits from the following:6
Understanding Media and Social Change
Human Communication
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Human Geography
United States to 1877
United States to Present
World Civilizations to 1500
World Civilizations since 1500
Environmental History
Native American Studies
American National Government
State and Local Government
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Anthropology
Additional Humanities or Social Science
Select one additional course from Humanities or Social Science or select from the following:2
Two-Dimensional Design
Drawing I
Ceramics I
Photography I
Survey of Geography
Group Piano for Non-Majors
Group Piano for Non-Majors
Concert Choir
Athletic Band
Concert Band
Planetarium Science
Theatre Practicum
Total Credits39



Course taken cannot count as both General Education and Major Directed Elective.


Course satisfies the Digital Literacy graduation requirement.

Major Requirements

Required Courses
MATH 166Calculus II4
MATH 208Discrete Mathematics3
MATH 210Elementary Statistics3
MATH 265Calculus III4
MATH 266Introduction to Differential Equations3
MATH 321Applied Probability and Statistics3
MATH 330Linear Algebra and Matrices3
MATH 340Abstract Algebra4
MATH 400History and Philosophy of Mathematics2
MATH 410Real Analysis3
MATH 491Math Capstone1
MATH 497Internship3-12
CSCI 120Introduction to Programming3
or CSCI 124 C++ I
or CSCI 127 Introduction to Programming in Java
or CSCI 160 Introduction to Structured Programming I
or CSCI 161 Introduction to Structured Programming II
or CSCI 174 C++ II
or CSCI 365 Programming Language Topics
or SE 110 Discovering Computing
Directed Electives6
Modern Geometry
MATH 435
Theory of Numbers (Mayville State University)
Undergraduate Research
Special Topics
University Physics I
University Physics II
Introduction to Programming
C++ I
Introduction to Programming in Java
Introduction to Structured Programming I
Introduction to Structured Programming II
C++ II
Programming Language Topics
Discovering Computing
Total Credits45-54

Total General Education 39 Hrs
Total Major Requirement 45-54 Hrs
Total Credits needed to Graduate 120 hrs

NOTE:  The Mathematics Major (B.A/B.S.) requires a minor and/or double major.

For degree and graduation requirements, visit degree requirements and graduation requirements.


Plan of Study

First Year
COMM 110 or 212 (Gen Ed)3ENGL 120 or 125 (Gen Ed)3
ENGL 110 (Gen Ed)3Lab Science (Gen Ed)4
HPER 100 (Gen Ed)2MATH 165 (Gen Ed)4
Lab Science (Gen Ed)4MATH 2103
MATH 107 (if Math 165 Calculus pre-req not yet satisfied)4 
UNIV 1501 
 17 14
Second Year
Art and Music (Gen Ed)3CSCI 127 (Gen Ed)3
Literacies (Gen Ed)3MATH 2654
MATH 1664MATH 3113
Minor Course/Elective3MATH 3303
Minor Course/Elective3Minor Course/Elective3
 16 16
Third Year
MATH 2663MATH 3213
MATH 3404MATH 4002
Minor Course/Elective3Minor Course/Elective3
Minor Course/Elective3Minor Course/Elective3
Social Science (Gen Ed)3Social Science (Gen Ed)3
 16 14
Fourth Year
Additional Humanities or Social Science (Gen Ed)2MATH 4973-12
MATH 2083Minor Course/Elective3
MATH 4911Minor Course/Elective3
MATH 4103 
Minor Course/Elective3 
SE 1103 
 15 9-18
Total Credits 117-126

NOTE:  The Mathematics Major (B.A/B.S.) requires a minor and/or double major.

Please note:  This plan is intended for general information only.  Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisor each semester before registration.

Learning Outcomes

1. Content and Computation:  Students can demonstrate mathematical proficiency in course-level content-specific learning outcomes for all mathematics courses within the program. This includes the application and demonstration of computational and algorithmic problem-solving techniques.

2. Communication:  Students can read, interpret, write about, and talk about mathematics.

3. Technology:  Students can use mathematics technologies to represent, create, solve, and analyze mathematical concepts.