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Applied Mathematics B.S.

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A Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Applied Mathematics requires the following courses: 32 sh

MTH 151 | CALCULUS I | 4 sh |

MTH 231 | LINEAR ALGEBRA | 4 sh |

MTH 251 | CALCULUS II | 4 sh |

MTH 252 | MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY | 4 sh |

MTH 343 | MATHEMATICAL MODELING | 4 sh |

MTH 351 | DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS | 4 sh |

CSC 130 | COMPUTER SCIENCE I | 4 sh |

CSC | ONE CSC COURSE NUMBERED 200 OR ABOVE | 4 sh |

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One course selected from: 4 sh

Note: a student is not allowed to count both MTH 241 and MTH 330 toward the major.

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Two courses selected from: 8 sh

At least one course must be 400-level.

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Two 300/400 MTH classes (excluding MTH 308 and 309), or a sequence of two courses from an allied field approved by the mathematics department: 8 sh

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A related experiential/capstone experience approved by the department: 4 sh

MTH 460 | SEMINAR | 4 sh |

MTH 481 | INTERNSHIP IN MATHEMATICS | 1-4 sh |

MTH 499 | INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICS | 1-4 sh |

MTH 481 | INTERNSHIP IN MATHEMATICS | 1-4 sh |

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MTH 499 | INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICS | 1-4 sh |

*The electives and the related course from outside of mathematics are expected to form a cohesive plan and must be approved by the mathematics and statistics department.

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## Elon Core Curriculum:

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First Year Foundations

COR 110 | THE GLOBAL EXPERIENCE | 4 sh |

ENG 110 | WRITING: ARGUMENT AND INQUIRY | 4 sh |

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Select one of the following:

STS 110 | INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL REASONING | 4 sh |

MTH 151 | CALCULUS I | 4 sh |

STS 212 | STATISTICS IN APPLICATION | 4 sh |

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Experiential Learning Requirement (2 Units required)

Included in experiential learning are study abroad, research, service-learning, leadership, internships, (including co-ops, teaching, and practicum), or other courses or experiences with ELR designation.

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World Language Requirement

Students must meet one of the following: (a)complete a language course numbered 122 or higher at Elon, or receive transfer or study abroad credit for the same; (b) place into a language course numbered 200 or above upon arriving at Elon, using a department of world languages approved placement instrument; (c) score a 4 or 5 on an AP language exam or similar exam. Each student must take the language placement test by October 1 of his or her first full year at Elon. Students are allowed two tries; the higher score is counted. That score stands and may not be repeated by later testing. Consideration for Phi Beta Kappa membership requires the completion of a 222-level world language course or placement beyond that level.

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Studies in the Arts and Sciences

Students must fulfill the requirements in each of the following categories.

Transfer students with at least 18 s.h. of transfer credit must complete 32 hours total in Studies in the Arts & Sciences, but may have as few as 7 hours in one or more of the four Studies in the Arts & Sciences areas.

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**Expression (8 s.h.)** __________________ __________________

Eight hours chosen from at least two of the following: literature (in English or world languages), philosophy, & fine arts (art, dance, music, music theatre, & theatre). At least one course must be literature.

**Civilization (8 s.h.)**_______________ __________________

Eight hours chosen from at least two of the following: history, world languages, art history and religious studies.

**Society (8 s.h.) **_________________** __________________**

Eight hours chosen from at least two of the following: economics, geography, human service studies, political science, psychology, & sociology/anthropology, and public health studies 201 or 202.

**Science/Analysis (Lab:___) ****(8 s.h.) **__________________ __CSC 130________________

Eight hours chosen from one or more of the following: mathematics/statistics, science, and computer science. At least one course must be a physical or biological laboratory science.

**Advanced Studies (8 s.h.)** __________________ __________________

Eight hours of 300-400 level coursework outside the major field and chosen from areas under Studies in the Arts and Sciences.

**COR Interdisciplinary Capstone Seminar (4 s.h.) **__________________

300-400 level COR course; requires junior/senior status.

**Society (8 s.h.) __ECO 111__ __________**

Eight hours chosen from at least two of the following: economics, geography, human service studies, political science, psychology, & sociology/anthropology, and public health studies 201 or 202.

Total Credit Hours: 56

A student may be exempt from MTH 110 and/or MTH 151 by demonstrating proficiency.

Once a student has received credit, including transfer credit for a course, credit may not be received for any course with material that is equivalent to it or is a prerequisite for it without permission of the mathematics department.

All graduating mathematics majors are required to complete a senior portfolio of their work. This portfolio will include a compilation of their work across their four years of mathematical study at Elon; therefore, students should be mindful of this requirement as they complete work for all their courses and be sure to retain electronic copies of work that they may want to include in their portfolio in their senior year.