Dec 07, 2021
Major, Accelerated Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Degree
NOTE: At the completion of the 140-hour program, and not before, the student will earn both a BS and an MS degree in Mathematics.
A graduate with a combined Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science degree in Mathematics will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Communicate mathematical ideas clearly and coherently.
- Apply content knowledge to solve complex problems.
- Interpret mathematical problems and formulate solutions.
- Construct clear and concise mathematical proofs and other logical arguments.
UCM students having completed at least 9 hours of mathematics courses above the 1000 level with a major GPA of at least 3.00 may consult with their faculty advisor and complete a school application to declare the accelerated BS/MS major in mathematics. Prior to beginning the graduate portion of the program, students in the accelerated program will need to apply to the UCM Graduate School for formal admission to the Accelerated BS/MS program. Before completion of the program, a student must either pass a comprehensive examination or write and successfully defend a thesis.
Mathematics, Accelerated BS/MS (43-607) (4 Year Guide)
Undergraduate Requirements: 116 Semester Hours
Required Courses: 52 Semester Hours
Electives from the Following: 9 Semester Hours
General Education Requirements: 39 Semester Hours
All students must complete a minimum of 42 credit hours in general education. Some majors require additional hours due to required coursework. See The General Education Program Requirements for full listing of requirements. The following general education classes are required by this major:
Undergraduate Free Electives: 25 Semester Hours
Graduate Requirements: 24 Semester Hours
Required Graduate Courses: 9 Sem. Hours
- MATH 5210 - Topology I (3)
- MATH 5150 - Advanced Calculus II (3)
- MATH 5711 - Modern Algebra II (3)
Electives from the Following: 15 Semester Hours
(May not repeat courses taken for undergraduate credit. At most, 12 hours can be at or above the 5900 level.)
Minimum Total: 140 Semester Hours
10 Competency 10 course
- A minimum of 24 hours of graduate credit is required.
- A minimum of 12 semester hours of 5000 or 6000 level courses is required.
- A maximum of 12 semester hours may be at or above the 5900 level
- Either thesis or comprehensive exam is required.
- At the completion of this 140-hour program, and not before, the student will earn both a BS and an MS degree in Mathematics.