The foundations of our high-tech society rest on mathematics and problem solving. Every laptop, every smartphone, and every video game console rely on mathematics. Exploring and understanding the world in which we live is a matter of mathematical inquiry and discovery. With a major in Mathematics and a degree from MTSU, a student will have the keys to open doors of employment or further study in many areas, including science, statistics, business, finance, insurance, health, education, and the technologies of tomorrow.

Jacob Basham knows better than most how the study of mathematics can prove vital to the pursuit of a career in another field. A McNair Scholar and first-generation college student pursuing a degree in Professional Mathematics, Basham has been accepted to medical school at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine for their dual M.D. /Ph.D. program. For him, math was just the beginning. “My career goals hover around becoming a physician in translational medicine and clinical research,” Basham says. “I want to be at the places where new treatments are being researched and our most deadly diseases are being eradicated.”

Alex Murphy, a Noyce Scholarship recipient, is preparing to be a teacher of secondary mathematics. He has been doing research since his sophomore year when he became interested in understanding how pre-service teachers construct their knowledge of mathematics. His senior honors thesis was a case study reviewing his development of both mathematical and pedagogical metacognition in order to construct a reflective model that other pre-service mathematics teachers could follow. "The mathematics I know is a living knowledge that has blended very naturally with my ability to communicate it. This study has challenged me to remain a lifelong learner—especially with graduation so close," Murphy said. In addition to being a scholar, Alex does volunteer work at orphanages in Haiti during summer breaks.

A degree in Mathematics from MTSU is a sure way to transform being a problem solver into a fulfilling, always-in-demand career. Examples of potential positions include

- Actuary
- Astrophysicist
- College professor
- Computer programmer
- Controller
- Database manager
- Demographer
- Information scientist
- Inventory control specialist
- Investment researcher
- Mathematical modeler
- Mathematical technician
- Mathematician
- Mathematics Teacher
- Psychometrist
- Statistician
- Systems analyst
- Technical writer

Employers of MTSU alumni include

- Bedford County Schools
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee
- Bryan, Pendleton, Swats & McAllister, LLC
- Caterpillar Finance
- Cigna
- Columbia State Community College
- David Lipscomb University
- Direct General Group of Companies
- Grundy County Schools
- Humana Inc.
- Motlow State Community College
- Nashville State Community College
- Rutherford County Schools
- Select Actuarial Services
- Tennessee Tech University
- U.S. Army
- Volunteer State Community College
- Walters State Community College
- Wilson County Schools
- Willis North America Inc.

Carla Adamson

Instructor

carla.adamson@mtsu.edu

B.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1997)

Don Bailey

Instructor

donald.bailey@mtsu.edu

B.S., Ball State University, IN (1972)

Dr. Angela Barlow

Director, Mathematics and Science Education Ph.D. | Professor

angela.barlow@mtsu.edu

Developing teacher beliefs that align with standards-based instruction

M.A.M., Auburn University (1998)

M.Ed., Auburn University (1992)

Dr. Rajesh Barnwal

Associate Professor

rajesh.barnwal@mtsu.edu

M.S., University of Western Ontario, ON (1991)

M.S., Indian Statistical Institute (1983)

B.S., Indian Statistical Institute (1982)

Dr. Michael Beck

Associate Professor

michael.beck@mtsu.edu

M.Math., University of Tennessee, Knoxville (1977)

B.S.Ed., University of Tennessee, Knoxville (1973)

Dr. Sarah K. Bleiler

Assistant Professor

sarah.bleiler@mtsu.edu

Proof and reasoning

Degree Information

M.A., University of South Florida (2008)

B.S., Seton Hall University, NJ (2006)

Dr. Rebecca Calahan

Professor

rebecca.calahan@mtsu.edu

M.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1981)

B.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1979)

Dr. Michaele Chappell

Professor

michaele.chappell@mtsu.edu

Mathematics Achievement for African-American Learners

Spatial Sense & Geometric Understanding

M.S.T., Georgia Southern University (1983)

B.S., Georgia Southern University (1981)

Dr. Curtis Church

Professor

curtis.church@mtsu.edu

M.A., University of South Florida (1976)

B.A., University of South Florida (1974)

Dr. Wandi Ding

Assistant Professor

wandi.ding@mtsu.edu

Mathematical biology

Mathematical modeling

Ordinary and partial differential equations

Difference equations and hybrid systems

M.S., Ocean University of Qingdao (2001)

B.S., Qingdao University (1998)

David Dueber

Instructor

david.dueber@mtsu.edu

B.S., University of Illinois, Urbana (2003)

Tim Gipson

Instructor

timothy.gipson@mtsu.edu

B.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1989)

Dr. Lisa Green

Associate Professor

lisa.green@mtsu.edu

Statistics education

Statistics

Probability

M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology (1996)

B.A., Goucher College, MD (1994)

B.A., Goucher College, MD (1994)

Victoria Hamlin

Instructor

victoria.hamlin@mtsu.edu

B.S., College of the Ozarks, MO (1999)

Chris Hart

Instructor

chris.hart@mtsu.edu

B.S., Berry College, GA (2002)

Dr. James Hart

Associate Professor

james.hart@mtsu.edu

M.S., Vanderbilt University (1988)

B.A., Hendrix College, AR (1986)

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Dr. George Havener

Associate Professor

george.havener@mtsu.edu

M.S., Air Force Institute of Technology, OH (1969)

B.S., University of Wyoming (1967)

Dr. Don Hong

Professor

don.hong@mtsu.edu

M.S., Zhejiang University (1987)

B.S., Zhejiang Normal University (1982)

Homepage

Dr. Rongjin Huang

Associate Professor

rongjin.huang@mtsu.edu

Mathematics classroom research

Mathematics teacher education

Comparative mathematics education

M.S., East China Normal University (1993)

B.S., Zhejiang University (1988)

Dr. Abdul Q. M. Khaliq

Professor

abdul.khaliq@mtsu.edu

Numerical Analysis

Scientific Computing

M.S., Brunel University (1980)

M.S., Quaid i Azam University (1977)

Homepage

Dr. Dovie Kimmins

Professor

dovie.kimmins@mtsu.edu

M,S., Middle Tennessee State University (1983)

B.S., Lipscomb University (1980)

Dr. Vatsala Krishnamani

Professor

vatsala.krishnamani@mtsu.edu

M.S., Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (1967)

B.S., University of Madras (1965)

Dr. Mary Martin

Professor

mary.martin@mtsu.edu

M.S., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1981)

B.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1979)

Homepage

Dr. Nancy J. McCormick

Associate Professor

nancy.mccormick@mtsu.edu

Ed.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1994)

M.A., Murray State University, KY (1987)

B.S., Murray State University, KY (1986)

Homepage

Dr. Yuri Melnikov

Professor

yuri.melnikov@mtsu.edu

Construction and Implementation of Green's functions for applied partial differential equations in continuum mechanics

Ph.D., Dniepropetrovsk State (1971)

M.S., Dniepropetrovsk State (1965)

B.S., Dniepropetrovsk State (1964)

Homepage

Dr. L. Diane Miller

Professor

diane.miller@mtsu.edu

Ed.S., Arkansas State University (1981)

M.S., University of Memphis (1977)

B.S., University of Tennessee, Knoxville (1973)

Homepage

Dr. Angie Murdock

Assistant Professor

julie.murdock@mtsu.edu

M.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1996)

B.S., General, Indiana University, Bloomington (1991)

Homepage

Dr. Donald Nelson

Department Chair

donald.nelson@mtsu.edu

M.A., Vanderbilt University (1973)

B.S., Mississippi College (1969)

Dr. Terrance Quinn

Professor

terrance.quinn@mtsu.edu

Interdisciplinary nature of progress in mathematics and the sciences

Homepage

Alier Reng

Instructor

alier.reng@mtsu.edu

B.S., University of Texas, Dallas (2008)

Brents Ring

Instructor

brents.ring@mtsu.edu

M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology (1995)

B.S.E., Tennessee Tech University (1991)

Homepage

Dr. Ginger Rowell

Professor

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Ph.D., University of Alabama, Huntsville (1995)

M.A., University of Alabama, Huntsville (1991)

B.S., Birmingham Southern College, AL (1987)

Homepage

John W. Schmidt

Instructor

j.schmidt@mtsu.edu

B.S., Lipscomb University (2004)

Dr. Zachariah Sinkala

Professor

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Partial differential equations

General mathematical theory

M.S., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (1986)

B.S., University of Zambia (1981)

Homepage

Dr. David Chris Stephens

Associate Professor

chris.stephens@mtsu.edu

M.S., Vanderbilt University (2001)

B.S., Cumberland University, TN (1999)

Dr. Jeremy Strayer

Assistant Professor

jeremy.strayer@mtsu.edu

M.A.E., Mount Vernon Nazarene University, OH (1997)

B.S., Asbury College, KY (1995)

Elaine Tenpenny

Associate Professor

elaine.tenpenny@mtsu.edu

M.S., Middle Tennessee State University (1987)

B.A., Lipscomb University (1981)

Homepage

Rebecca Truitt

Instructor

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B.S., Middle Tennessee State University (2004)

Dr. Dennis Walsh

Associate Professor

dennis.walsh@mtsu.edu

Combinatorics/Integer sequences

Rules of thumb in statistics

M.S., University of New Orleans, LA (1985)

B.A., University of New Orleans, LA (1982)

Homepage

Dr. Andrew Worsey

Professor

andrew.worsey@mtsu.edu

B.S., Durham University (1977)

Homepage

Dr. Qiang Wu

Assistant Professor

qiang.wu@mtsu.edu

Computational harmonic analysis

Machine learning

High dimensional data mining

B.S., Yantai University (2003)

M.S., Beijing Normal University (2000)

Homepage

Dr. Dong Ye

Assistant Professor

dong.ye@mtsu.edu

Graph Theory

Combinatorics

Discrete Optimization

M.S., Lanzhou University (2005)

B.S,. Lanzhou University (2002)

Homepage

Dr. Xiaoya Zha

Professor

xiaoya.zha@mtsu.edu

Flexibility of Toroidal Embeddings

M.S., Ohio State University, Columbus (1990)

B.S., Anhui University (1982)

Homepage

Dr. Ping Zhang

Associate Professor

ping.zhang@mtsu.edu

M.S., University of Memphis (2002)

M.S., Yangzhou University (1996)

B.S., Hebei Normal University (1989)

Dr. Jan Zijlstra

Associate Professor

jan.zijlstra@mtsu.edu

M.S., Auburn University (1991)

M.S., Wageningen University (1986)

B.S., Wageningen University (1982)

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Undergraduate students interested in mathematical modeling and problem solving can pursue a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with a major in Mathematics, choosing one of three concentrations: Actuarial Science, Mathematics Education, or Professional Mathematics.

Undergraduate minors are available in three areas: Mathematics; Statistics; and Mathematics for Managerial, Social, and Life Sciences.

For graduate students, the Department of Mathematical Sciences offers a Master of Science (M.S.) degree with a major in Mathematics and concentrations in General Mathematics, Industrial Mathematics, and Research Preparation.

A Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) degree with a major in Mathematics is also available, with concentrations in Middle Grade Mathematics and Secondary Mathematics.

The Master of Science in Professional Science (M.S.P.S.) offers concentrations in Actuarial Science and Biostatistics.

A graduate minor in Mathematics is also offered.
Actuarial Science Mathematics Education Professional Mathematics Advanced Professional Mathematics Business Professional Mathematics General Professional Mathematics Industrial Professional Mathematics Statistics

## Actuarial Science Academic Map

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## Mathematics Education Academic Map

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## Professional Mathematics (Advanced Track) Academic Map

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## Professional Mathematics (Business Track) Academic Map

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## Professional Mathematics (General Track) Academic Map

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## Professional Mathematics (Industrial Track) Academic Map

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## Professional Mathematics (Statistics Track) Academic Map

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#### Suggested Fall/Spring and Summer/Fall/Spring Four-Year Schedule

An academic map is a suggested four-year schedule of courses based on degree requirements
in the undergraduate catalog. This sample schedule serves as a general guideline to
help build a full schedule each term. Milestones, courses, and special requirements
necessary for timely progress to complete a major are designated to keep you on track
to graduate in four years. *Missing milestones could delay your program*.**This map based on the 2013-2014 undergraduate catalog is not a substitute for academic
advisement - contact your advisor if you have any questions about scheduling or about
your degree requirements.** Also see the current undergraduate catalog (catalog.mtsu.edu) for a complete list of requirements and electives.*Note: Requirements are continually under revision, and there is no guarantee they
will not be changed or revoked; contact the department and/or program area for current
information. ***You may choose to attend a summer term to reduce your load during fall or spring terms
but still stay on track to graduate in four years (see below). NOTE: Learning Support
courses will alter the sequences on this map.**

Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

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Freshman Fall | Freshman Spring | |||||
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Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | Take MATH 1730 first if weak background in Math; may take MATH 1910 with acceptable Math ACT score (26). | MATH 1920 | 4 | ||

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | CSCI 1170 | 4 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 14 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Sophomore Fall | Sophomore Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3110 | 4 | ECON 2420 | 3 | |||

ECON 2410 (Soc/Beh Sci) | 3 | ACTG 3000 | 3 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 16 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

STAT 3150 | 3 | ACSI 4140 | 3 | |||

ACSI 4200 | 3 | ACSI 4220 | 3 | |||

FIN 3610 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

CSCI or INFS elective | 3 | STAT 4190 | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | STAT 4320 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

ACSI 4230 | 3 | ACSI 4330 | 3 | |||

ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4240, 4340, 4630, 4640; STAT 4200 | ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4240, 4340, 4630, 4640; STAT 4200 | |

Minor course | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Elective | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | Take MATH 1730 first if weak background in Math; may take MATH 1910 with acceptable Math ACT score (26). | ||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 4 |

FRESHMAN FALL | FRESHMAN SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 1920 | 4 | ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | |||

ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | CSCI 1170 | 4 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | MATH 3110 | 4 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 14 | SUBTOTAL | 14 |

Sophomore SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

ECON 2410 (Soc/Beh Sci) | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

SOPHOMORE FALL | SOPHOMORE SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

ECON 2420 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

ACTG 3000 | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | CSCI or INFS elective | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

JUNIOR SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

STAT 3150 | 3 | ACSI 4140 | 3 | |||

ACSI 4200 | 3 | ACSI 4220 | 3 | |||

FIN 3610 | 3 | STAT 4190 | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | STAT 4320 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

ACSI 4230 | 3 | ACSI 4330 | 3 | |||

ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4240, 4340, 4630, 4640; STAT 4200 | ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4240, 4340, 4630, 4640; STAT 4200 | |

Elective | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

**Graduation information may be accessed at www.mtsu.edu/records/grad.php.**

Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

**Refer to the scholarships website for information regarding use of the Lottery Scholarship for the summer term.**

Click here for printer friendly academic map.

Freshman Fall | Freshman Spring | |||||
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Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | Take MATH 1730 first if weak background in Math; may take MATH 1910 with acceptable Math ACT score (26). | MATH 1920 | 4 | ||

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

MSE 1010 | 1 | MSE 2010 | 1 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Sophomore Fall | Sophomore Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3460 | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

MATH 3110 | 4 | MATH 3070 | 3 | |||

CSCI 1160 | 4 | MATH 2010 | 3 | |||

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | |||

YOED 3520 | 3 | YOED 3550 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | MATH 3330 | 3 | Must be admitted to Teacher Education | ||

MATH 3320 | 3 | Must be admitted to Teacher Education | MATH 4540 | 3 | ||

MATH 4510 | 3 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

MATH 4620 | 3 | MATH 4740 | 3 | Prereq: YOED 3520 | ||

MATH elective | 3 | See advisor | ||||

SUBTOTAL | 18 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

PHIL 3120 | 3 | YOED 4400 | 12 | |||

MATH 4990 | 3 | |||||

YOED 4040 | 4 | Must be admitted to Teacher Education | ||||

YOED 4050 | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

FRESHMAN FALL | FRESHMAN SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | MATH 1920 | 4 | |||

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

MSE 1010 | 1 | MSE 2010 | 1 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Sophomore SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

SOPHOMORE FALL | SOPHOMORE SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3460 | 3 | MATH 3070 | 3 | |||

MATH 3110 | 4 | MATH 2010 | 3 | |||

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | |||

YOED 3520 | 3 | YOED 3550 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

JUNIOR SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

CSCI 1160 | 4 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 4 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | MATH 3330 | 3 | Must be admitted to Teacher Education | ||

MATH 3320 | 3 | Must be admitted to Teacher Education | MATH 4540 | 3 | ||

MATH 4510 | 3 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

MATH 4620 | 3 | MATH 4740 | 3 | Prereq: YOED 3520 | ||

MATH elective | 3 | See advisor | ||||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

PHIL 3120 | 3 | YOED 4400 | 12 | |||

MATH 4990 | 3 | |||||

YOED 4040 | 4 | Must be admitted to Teacher Education | ||||

YOED 4050 | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

**Graduation information may be accessed at www.mtsu.edu/records/grad.php.**

Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

**Refer to the scholarships website for information regarding use of the Lottery Scholarship for the summer term.**

Click here for printer friendly academic map.

Freshman Fall | Freshman Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | MATH 1920 | 4 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | CSCI 1170 | 4 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 14 |

Sophomore Fall | Sophomore Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 3460 | 3 | |||

MATH 2010 | 3 | ACSI/MATH/STAT UD elective | 3 | |||

MATH 3110 | 4 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 16 | SUBTOTAL | 13 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3120 | 3 | MATH elective* | 3 | See below | ||

MATH 4510 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

MATH elective* | 3 | See below | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | ||

Minor course | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 4250 | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

ACSI/MATH/STAT UD elective | 3 | ACSI/MATH/STAT UD elective | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Elective | 3 | Foreign lang. rec. | Elective | 3 | Foreign lang. rec. | |

Elective | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 | |||

*NOTE: Choose one course from List A and a second course from List A or List B; List A: MATH 4420, MATH 4230, MATH 3260; List B: MATH 4270, MATH 4530, MATH 4700. |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 4 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

FRESHMAN FALL | FRESHMAN SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 1920 | 4 | MATH 3110 | 4 | |||

ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | CSCI 1170 | 4 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 14 | SUBTOTAL | 14 |

SOPHOMORE FALL | SOPHOMORE SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3460 | 3 | ACSI/MATH/STAT UD elective | 3 | |||

MATH 2010 | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

Minor course | 3 | HIST 2020, HIST 2030, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 13 |

JUNIOR SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3120 | 3 | MATH elective* | 3 | See below | ||

MATH 4510 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

MATH elective* | 3 | See below | Minor course | 3 | ||

Minor course | 3 | ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 4250 | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

ACSI/MATH/STAT UD elective | 3 | ACSI/MATH/STAT UD elective | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Elective | 3 | Foreign lang. rec. | Elective | 3 | Foreign lang. rec. | |

Elective | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 | |||

NOTE: Choose one course from List A and a second course from List A or List B; List A: MATH 4420, MATH 4230, MATH 3260; List B: MATH 4270, MATH 4530, MATH 4700. |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

**Graduation information may be accessed at www.mtsu.edu/records/grad.php.**

Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

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Freshman Fall | Freshman Spring | |||||
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Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | MATH 1920 | 4 | |||

CSCI, INFS, or QM elective | 3 | CSCI, INFS, or QM elective | 4 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 16 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Sophomore Fall | Sophomore Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 3460 | 3 | |||

MATH 2010 | 3 | ECON 2420 | 3 | |||

MATH 3110 | 4 | Elective | 3 | |||

ECON 2410 (Soc/Beh Sci) | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 16 | SUBTOTAL | 16 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
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STAT 3150 or MATH 2050 | 3 | STAT 4190 | 3 | |||

ACSI 4200 or MATH 4200 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

ACTG 3000 (or ACTG 2110 and ACTG 2120) | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

CSCI, INFS, or QM elective | 4 | ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

STAT 4200 or STAT 4360 | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Electives | 5 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4220, 4230, 4630, 4640; STAT 4320, 4380 | ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4220, 4230, 4630, 4640; STAT 4320, 4380 | |

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER | ||||||
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Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 4 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

FRESHMAN FALL | FRESHMAN SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 1920 | 4 | MATH 3110 | 4 | |||

ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 2010 | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | CSCI, INFS, or QM elective | 4 | |||

CSCI, INFS, or QM elective | 3 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 14 | SUBTOTAL | 14 |

Sophomore SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3460 | 3 | COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

SOPHOMORE FALL | SOPHOMORE SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

STAT 3150 or MATH 2050 | 3 | ECON 2420 | 3 | |||

ACSI 4200 or MATH 4200 | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

ECON 2410 (Soc/Beh Sci) | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

Elective | 3 | STAT 4190 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 13 |

JUNIOR SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

CSCI, INFS, or QM elective | 4 | ACTG 3000 (or ACTG 2110 and 2120) | 3–6 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Elective | 2 | Minor course | 3 | |||

STAT 4200 or STAT 4360 | 3 | ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Minor course | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Elective | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4220, 4230, 4630, 4640; STAT 4320, 4380 | ACSI or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from ACSI 4220, 4230, 4630, 4640; STAT 4320, 4380 | |

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

**Graduation information may be accessed at www.mtsu.edu/records/grad.php.**

Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

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Freshman Fall | Freshman Spring | |||||
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Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | MATH 1920 | 4 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | |||

HumFA (Rubric 1) | 3 | CSCI 1170 | 4 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 14 |

Sophomore Fall | Sophomore Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 3460 | 3 | |||

MATH 2010 | 3 | MATH 3120 | 3 | |||

MATH 3110 | 4 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 16 | SUBTOTAL | 16 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 4510 | 3 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

MATH/STAT elective* | 3 | MATH/STAT elective* | 3 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | ||

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH/STAT elective* | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | ||

MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | Elective | 3 | ||

Elective | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

Elective | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 | |||

*NOTE: Choose from MATH 3260, 4230, 4250, 4270, 4310, 4320, 4420, 4530, 4700; STAT 3150, 4190. |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 4 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

FRESHMAN FALL | FRESHMAN SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | |||

MATH 1920 | 4 | MATH 2010 | 3 | |||

MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | CSCI 1170 | 4 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | MATH 3110 | 4 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Sophomore SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 3460 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

SOPHOMORE FALL | SOPHOMORE SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

MATH 3120 | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | ||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

JUNIOR SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 4510 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

MATH/STAT elective* | 3 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | MATH/STAT elective* | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH/STAT elective* | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | |

Elective | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Elective | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 | |||

*NOTE: Choose from MATH 3260, 4230, 4250, 4270, 4310, 4320, 4420, 4530, 4700; STAT 3150, 4190. |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

**Graduation information may be accessed at www.mtsu.edu/records/grad.php.**

Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

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Freshman Fall | Freshman Spring | |||||
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Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | MATH 1920 | 4 | |||

CSCI 1170 | 4 | CSCI 2170 | 4 | |||

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | |||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Sophomore Fall | Sophomore Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | MATH 3460 | 3 | |||

PHYS 2110/2111 (Nat Sci) | 4 | Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | ||

MATH 3110 | 4 | PHYS 2120/2121 | 4 | |||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | ||||

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 13 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 2010 | 3 | MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | |||

MATH 4250 | 3 | MATH 3260 | 3 | |||

MATH 3120 | 3 | MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | ||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | ||

Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | ||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 4310 | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

MATH or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from MATH 4230, 4270, 4320, 4601, 4700; STAT 4190. | MATH or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from MATH 4230, 4270, 4320, 4601, 4700; STAT 4190. | |

MATH or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from MATH 4230, 4270, 4320, 4601, 4700; STAT 4190. | Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | |

Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | Elective | 4 | ||

Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 13 | |||

*NOTE: Minor must be chosen from Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Aerospace, or Engineering Technology. |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 4 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

FRESHMAN FALL | FRESHMAN SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 1920 | 4 | CSCI 2170 | 4 | |||

ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 3110 | 4 | |||

CSCI 1170 | 4 | Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | |||

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 14 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Sophomore SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3460 | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

SOPHOMORE FALL | SOPHOMORE SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | PHYS 2120/2121 | 4 | |||

PHYS 2110/2111 (Nat Sci) | 4 | Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | ||

Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | MATH 2010 | 3 | ||

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 13 | SUBTOTAL | 13 |

JUNIOR SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 2050 or STAT 3150 | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 4250 | 3 | MATH 3260 | 3 | |||

MATH 3120 | 3 | MATH upper-division elective | 3 | See advisor | ||

Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | |

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 4310 | 3 | MATH 4990 | 3 | |||

MATH or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from MATH 4230, 4270, 4320, 4601, 4700; STAT 4190. | MATH or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from MATH 4230, 4270, 4320, 4601, 4700; STAT 4190. | |

MATH or STAT elective | 3 | Choose from MATH 4230, 4270, 4320, 4601, 4700; STAT 4190. | Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | |

Minor course* | 3 | See advisor | Elective | 4 | ||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 13 | |||

*NOTE: Minor must be chosen from Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Aerospace, or Engineering Technology. |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

**Graduation information may be accessed at www.mtsu.edu/records/grad.php.**

Middle Tennessee State University | Murfreesboro

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Freshman Fall | Freshman Spring | |||||
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Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | |||

MATH 1910 (Math) | 4 | MATH 1920 | 4 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | ||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 13 |

Sophomore Fall | Sophomore Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 2050 | 3 | |||

MATH 2010 | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

MATH 3110 | 4 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

Minor course | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | ||||

SUBTOTAL | 16 | SUBTOTAL | 13 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 3460 | 3 | STAT 4190 | 3 | |||

STAT 3150 | 3 | Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | ||

STAT elective | 3 | From STAT 4200, 4320, 4360, 4370, 4380 | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | ||

Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | Minor course | 3 | ||

Minor course | 3 | ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 15 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

STAT elective | 3 | From STAT 4200, 4320, 4360, 4370, 4380 | MATH 4990 | 3 | ||

Advisor-approved supporting course* | 4 | See advisor | Advisor-approved supporting course* | 4 | See advisor | |

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | Elective | 4 | See advisor | ||

Elective | 4 | See advisor | ||||

SUBTOTAL | 17 | SUBTOTAL | 14 | |||

*NOTE: Courses, chosen with approval of statistics advisor, include computing, information systems, and other relevant courses |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

FRESHMAN SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | Course | Hours | Milestones/Notes | |

MATH 1910 | 4 | ENGL 1010 (Comm) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 4 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

FRESHMAN FALL | FRESHMAN SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MATH 1920 | 4 | MATH 3110 | 4 | |||

ENGL 1020 (Comm) | 3 | MATH 2010 | 3 | |||

Nat Sci (Rubric 1) | 4 | Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | ||

HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | Nat Sci (Rubric 2) | 4 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 14 | SUBTOTAL | 14 |

Sophomore SUMMER | ||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 1) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 2) | 3 | |||

SUBTOTAL | 3 | SUBTOTAL | 3 |

SOPHOMORE FALL | SOPHOMORE SPRING | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

COMM 2200 (Comm) | 3 | HIST 2010, HIST 2020, or HIST 2030 | 3 | |||

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

MATH 2050 | 3 | Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | ||

Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | Soc/Beh Sci (Rubric 2) | 3 | ||

SUBTOTAL | 12 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Junior Fall | Junior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

STAT 3150 | 3 | STAT 4190 | 3 | |||

STAT elective | 3 | From STAT 4200, 4320, 4360, 4370, 4380 | Advisor-approved supporting course* | 3 | See advisor | |

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

ENGL 2020, ENGL 2030, or HUM 2610 (Hum/FA) | 3 | Hum/FA (Rubric 1) | 3 | |||

MATH 3460 | 3 | |||||

SUBTOTAL | 15 | SUBTOTAL | 12 |

Senior Fall | Senior Spring | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

STAT elective | 3 | From STAT 4200, 4320, 4360, 4370, 4380 | MATH 4990 | 3 | ||

Advisor-approved supporting course* | 4 | See advisor | Advisor-approved supporting course* | 4 | See advisor | |

Minor course | 3 | Minor course | 3 | |||

Elective | 4 | See advisor | Elective | 4 | See advisor | |

SUBTOTAL | 14 | SUBTOTAL | 14 | |||

*NOTE: Courses, chosen with approval of statistics advisor, include computing, information systems, and other relevant courses |

TOTAL HOURS IN PROGRAM: 120

**Graduation information may be accessed at www.mtsu.edu/records/grad.php.**

3 credit hours

Plane and solid geometry including measurement formulas, properties of plane figures, proof techniques, symmetry, congruency, and construction. Open only to those lacking required high school geometry course for unconditional admission to University.

3 credit hours

The practices of learning mathematics. Required for students whose ACT Mathematics score is 15-16 or whose mathematics assessment indicates placement. Emphasis on problem solving, critical thinking, math study skills, and solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities. Course will meet for three hours in the classroom and will have a required two-hour lab component, which will include structured online activities. Does not fulfill General Education Mathematics requirement.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra and a Math Enhanced ACT of at least 19 or DSPM 0850 or COMPASS placement. Course satisfies the General Education Mathematics requirement and is also part of the mathematics sequence for students preparing to become elementary school teachers. Topics include logic, sets, algebraic reasoning, probability, statistics, and consumer mathematics.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra and a Math Enhanced ACT of at least 19 or DSPM 0850 or COMPASS placement. Algebra-based study of school mathematics in keeping with the recommendations of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Tools for problem solving, set theory, functions, number theory, and examinations of number systems from counting numbers to irrational numbers.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in MATH 1410. Geometry-based study of school mathematics in keeping with the recommendations of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Studies of plane, solid, coordinate, and motion geometry as well as constructions, congruence, similarity, and concepts of measurement. A variety of instructional technology tools investigated.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra and a Math Enhanced ACT 19 or greater or equivalent. Descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference. The inference unit covers means, proportions, and variances for one and two samples, and topics from one-way ANOVA, regression and correlation analysis, chi-square analysis, and nonparametrics.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Two years of high school algebra and a Math Enhanced ACT greater than 25 or MATH 1710. Topics include solving systems of linear equations, Leontief models, linear programming, mathematics of finance, set theory, and probability theory.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: DSPM 0850 or two years of high school algebra; a Math Enhanced ACT 19 or greater or COMPASS placement. Course satisfies the General Education Mathematics requirement. Topics include functions--linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic; analysis of graphs; linear systems; inequalities; counting principles; and probability. Graphing calculator required. Course may be taken by correspondence. Not open to those who have had MATH 1730.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: Strong background in algebra recommended. Trigonometric functions of the acute and general angle, circular functions, graphs of trigonometric and inverse functions, identities, solutions of right and general triangles, equations, complex numbers, and vectors. Not open to those who have had MATH 1730. Graphing calculator required.

4 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 1710 or successful completion of high school precalculus course. An integrated and rigorous study of the algebra and trigonometry needed to successfully attempt calculus. Emphasis on functions, their analysis and their applications. Level of algebraic sophistication developed above that found in MATH 1710. Topics include exponentials and logarithms, analysis of graphs, and word problems. Graphing calculator required.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: Eligibility to take MATH 1710. First of a four-course sequence. Introduces mathematical modeling applied to real-world problems. Sets, functions, inverse models, limits, continuity, first and second order model building, single variable differentiation, implicit differentiation, inverse problems (exponential and log models). First and second derivatives used to study the behavior of real-world applications.

4 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 1730 with a grade of C or better or Math ACT of 26 or better or Calculus placement test score of 73 or better. An introduction to calculus with an emphasis on analysis of functions, multidisciplinary applications of calculus, and theoretical understanding of differentiation and integration. Topics include the definition of the derivative, differentiation techniques, and applications of the derivative. Calculus topics related to trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions also included. Course concludes with the fundamental theorem of calculus; the definition of antidifferentiation and the definite integral; basic applications of integrations; and introductory techniques of integration. Graphing calculator required.

4 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 1910. A topics course providing a wide view of different techniques and applications of calculus in the plane. Techniques of integration and applications of integration fully developed. Power series and Taylor series included. Emphasis on multidisciplinary applications includes Taylor series approximation; applications of integration to physics, biology, and business; and geometric and power series applications. Graphing calculator required.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 1910. Vectors and vector spaces, matrices and systems of linear equations, geometry of vector spaces and linear transformations in a vector space.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: Calculus I. Data analysis, probability, and statistical inference. The inference material covers means, proportions, and variances for one and two samples, one-way ANOVA, regression and correlation, and chi-square analysis.

2 credit hours

Enables students in the health professions to apply mathematical concepts to interpret and solve drug dosage calculation problems encountered in fields such as nursing. Includes basic math review, solid and liquid doses of medications for adults and children, solutions, and IV administration. Also includes conversions from metric to household and apothecary measurements. Not open to Mathematics majors or minors.

1 credit hour

Grouping and classifying technical data. Curve fitting by statistical and nonstatistical methods. Graphing of scientific data. Secondary education in mathematics students should take concurrent or subsequent to MATH 2050.

1 to 3 credit hours

Experiential learning that occurs in real employment situations. Must be taken in sequence or approved by the director of Cooperative Education. Graded on a pass/fail basis.

1 to 3 credit hours

Experiential learning that occurs in real employment situations. Must be taken in sequence or approved by the director of Cooperative Education. Graded on a pass/fail basis.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3460. Advanced treatment of standard topics in Euclidean geometry using informal and axiomatic approaches. Includes proofmaking techniques, traditional and transformational geometry, finite geometries, and a brief introduction to other geometries.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: CSCI 1160 or CSCI 1170 and MATH 1920 or consent of instructor. Topics include formal logic, proof techniques, matrices, graphs, formal grammars, finite state machines, Turing machines, and binary coding schemes.

4 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 1920. Adjusts calculus techniques developed in the plane (Calculus I and II) to make them applicable in three-dimensional space. Introductory study of the nature of three-dimensional space and definition of the algebraic calculations in three-dimensional space. Differential and integral calculus definitions and techniques revised to appropriately transfer into this new space. Topics include multivariate functions, partial differentiation, partial integration, multiple integration, and multidisciplinary applications.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 1920. The solution and application of ordinary differential equations with emphasis on first order equations, second order linear equations, Laplace Transform method, systems of differential equations, and numerical methods.

3 credit hours

(Same as CSCI 3180.) Prerequisites: MATH 1920 and CSCI 1160 or CSCI 1170. Topics include series approximation, finite differences, interpolation, summation, numerical differentiation and integration, iteration, curve fitting, systems of equations and matrices, and error analysis.

3 credit hours

Corequisite: MATH 2050. Linear programming, network analysis, queuing theory, dynamic programming.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3120. A continuation of MATH 3120 with emphasis on series solutions, method of Frobenius, orthogonal functions, equations of Bessel, Legendre, Gauss, Chebyshev; introduction to partial differential equations.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 1410, MATH 1420, and MATH 1710. Supports the development of prospective middle grades teachers' knowledge of discrete mathematics. Topics include set theoretic topics, logic, counting, probability, graph theoretic topics. Focuses on students' learning discrete mathematics topics as well as the teaching of related mathematical topics to middle grades students. Field experience in a nearby middle school incorporated.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 1410, MATH 1420, and MATH 1710. Supports the development of prospective middle grades teachers' knowledge of functions and connections between algebra and geometry. Focuses on students connecting mathematics topics as well as the teaching of mathematical topics to middle grades students to support learning about the connected nature of mathematics. Field experience in a nearby middle school incorporated.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: Admission to the teacher education program. Required of all Mathematics majors seeking a license to teach mathematics in grades 7-12. Strongly encouraged for elementary education majors with a 5-8 emphasis. Topics from number relationships, mental computation and estimation strategies, patterns and functions, algebra, statistics, probability, geometry, and measurement. Must be taken prior to student teaching.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Admission to teacher education, completion of the mathematics core, and MATH 3320. Required of all Mathematics majors seeking a license to teach mathematics in grades 7-12. In-depth study of mathematics learning and teaching strategies in secondary school mathematics. Selected topics from junior and senior high school curricula provide a foundation for student investigations into the conceptual nature of mathematics and applications in the secondary school curriculum. Must be taken prior to student teaching.

3 credit hours

(Same as PHIL 3400.) The elements of propositional calculus--propositional connectives and their truth functions, validity, proof, and an introduction to quantification theory. Where appropriate and natural, parallels from elementary set theory are introduced. May count for credit in Philosophy.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 1920. The language of mathematics, set theory and proof, relations and functions, number systems, mathematical structures. Focuses on the transition from lower-division study to upper-division study by actively engaging the student in problem solving, mathematical reasoning, and both informal and technical writing.

1 to 3 credit hours

Experiential learning that occurs in real employment situations. Must be taken in sequence or approved by the director of Cooperative Education. Graded on a pass/fail basis.

1 to 3 credit hours

Experiential learning that occurs in real employment situations. Must be taken in sequence or approved by the director of Cooperative Education. Graded on a pass/fail basis.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 1410, MATH 1420, and MATH 1010. Required of students who are preparing to teach grades 5-8. Examines in greater depth topics to which the student has prior exposure; emphasizes the relevance and implications of these topics to the middle school classroom.

3 credit hours

(Same as ACSI 4200.) Prerequisites: MATH 1910 and one semester of probability/statistics; or consent of instructor. Calculus and probability/statistics used to model and analyze investments in bonds, treasury bills, stocks, and other derivatives. Topics include obtaining the price of a bond as a function of interest rate, developing formulas for duration and convexity to study the sensitivity of price to interest rate, and mathematical modeling of investor preference and attitude toward risk.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 3110 and MATH 3460. Theory and application of continuity, differentiation, and integration.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 4210. A continuation of MATH 4210 including theory and application of convergence.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3110. A review of vector algebra and vector differentiation with emphasis on aspects of these topics not covered in previous calculus courses. Stress on line and surface integrals; Divergence Theorem and Stokes' theorem with generalizations and related topics.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 3110 and MATH 3460. Theoretical development of limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration in one dimension.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 3110 and MATH 3460. Fundamental concepts of topology including continuity, compactness, connectedness, separation axioms, and metric spaces.

1 to 4 credit hours

Prerequisite: Permission of department. Independent investigation of a selected research problem under the guidance of a faculty member resulting in an oral and written report of results. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: CSCI 1170 and MATH 2010 or consent of instructor. Application of computer-oriented numerical algorithms to algebraic equations, differential and integral equations, and linear algebra. Rigorous mathematical treatment of error included.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 4310. A continuation of MATH 4310.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3460. Divisibility, congruences, quadratic residues, Diophantine equations, quadratic forms, and continued fractions.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3460. A treatment of sets, relations, operations, and the construction of number systems in algebra.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3460. An introduction to groups, with a brief introduction to rings, integral domains, and fields.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 4510/5510. The theory of rings, fields, integral domains, and vector spaces.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: Admission to teacher education, completion of the mathematics core, MATH 3070 and MATH 4510. Required of all Mathematics majors seeking a license to teach mathematics in grades 7-12. Examines in greater depth topics to which the student has prior exposure; emphasizes the relevance and applications of these topics to the pre-college level classroom.

1 to 6 credit hours

Pass/Fail grading in specified sections.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3460. Fundamental principles and applications of complex variables.

1 to 6 credit hours

Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Problem-oriented course providing opportunities for mathematical study in areas of need.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: MATH 3460. Background in geometry and number theory helpful. The character of mathematical thought by way of mathematical problems that have occupied the outstanding mathematicians of Babylon, Egypt, Greece, China, the Renaissance, and modern times paralleled with a study of three schools of mathematical philosophy: intuitionism, logicism, and formalism.

3.00 credit hours

(Same as ACSI 4630.) Prerequisite: ACSI 4200 or MATH 4200. For students in Actuarial Science, offers preparation for the Society of Actuaries/Casualty Actuarial Society Course 6. Topics include mathematical modeling of volatility; pricing of bonds, stocks, and other derivatives with uncertainty; benchmark portfolios; asset/liability management for property/casualty insurers; liability associated with a financially distressed company. Heath-Jarrow-Morton and Cox-Ingersoll-Ross models.

3.00 credit hours

Prerequisites: ACSI 4630 or MATH 4630 or ACSI 4200 or MATH 4200. For students in Actuarial Science, offers preparation for the Society of Actuaries/Casualty Actuarial Society Course 6. Topics include risk management using options, interest rate swaps, interest rate caps, Black-Scholes analysis, Taylor series expansion to obtain hedge parameters, portfolio insurance, numerical procedures, interest rate derivatives, and use of Black's model.

3 credit hours

Prerequisites: MATH 2010 and MATH 3460. Selected topics in combinatorics and graph theory emphasizing combinatorial problem solving and algorithmic proof.

3 credit hours

(Same as BIOL/CHEM/PHYS 4740.) Prerequisite: YOED 3520. Provides secondary science and mathematics teacher candidates with the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems. Students will use these tools in a laboratory setting, communicate findings, and understand how scientists develop new knowledge.

3 credit hours

Prerequisite: 18 semester hours in mathematics including calculus or consent of instructor. Examine and utilize the technological tools available for doing mathematics. Emphasis on non-numerical tools such as theorem provers and algebraic manipulation systems.

3 credit hours

Open only to Mathematics majors; normally taken during last regular semester of coursework. Required of all Mathematics majors. Offers graduating Mathematics majors a broad perspective of mathematics, mathematical activity, and problem solving in various areas of application; offers preparation for professional examinations; acquaints students with job possibilities and aids in career decisions; acquaints students with the nature of graduate study in mathematics. Pass/Fail.

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