Students are required to earn a minimum of 120 semester credits, at least 40 of which must be in courses numbered 300 or above. They must maintain at least a 2.00 grade point average overall, as well as in each major and minor. They must also fulfill General Education and SAH College Core requirements.

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics includes a writing-in-the-major program, which incorporates writing requirements across a student's curriculum rather than identifying specific classes as writing emphasis classes. Students who complete a major in Mathematics simultaneously meet the General Education requirement previously met by taking writing emphasis courses.

##### Major Requirements

**Mathematics Major**

At least 40 credit hours in mathematics, including:

I. Required core courses:

- Calculus: MTH 207, 208, 310
- Mathematical Proofs: MTH 225
- Algebra: MTH 309, 411
- Analysis: MTH 407
- Computer Science: CS 120

II. Electives:

- Choose at least 9 credits from: MTH 245, 311, 317, 320, 331, 353, 371, 408, 410, 412, 413, 441, 442, 461, 480, CS 453, PHY 470.
- Mathematics/CS double majors may count MTH 317, 371 and CS 453 in both majors.
- Mathematics/Physics double majors may count MTH 461 and PHY 470 in both majors.

**Mathematics Major with Applied Emphasis**

At least 43 credit hours in mathematics, including:

I. Required core courses:

- Calculus: MTH 207, 208, 310
- Mathematical Proofs: MTH 225
- Algebra: MTH 309
- Analysis: MTH 353, 371
- Applied: MTH 461 or 480
- Computer Science: CS 120

II. Electives:

- Choose at least 9 credits from: MTH 245, 407, 408, 410, 413, 441, 442, 448, 461, 480, Three credits may be chosen from CHM 310, CS 453, PHY 470, 474.
- Applied Math/CS double majors may count MTH 371 and CS 453 in both majors.
- Applied Math/Physics double majors may count MTH 461 and PHY 470 in both majors.

**Mathematics Education Major (Early Adolescence - Adolescence Certification)**

At least 45-46 credit hours in mathematics (not including certification requirements), including:

I. Required core courses:

- Calculus: MTH 207, 208, 310
- Mathematical Proofs: MTH 225
- Probability: MTH 245
- Algebra: MTH 309
- Geometry: MTH 331
- Mathematical Methods: MTH 321, 421
- Computer Science: CT 100 or CS 120

II. Electives:

- Choose at least 3 credits from: MTH 311, 317, 320, 353, 371.
- Choose at least 3 credits from: MTH 407, 410, 411, 413, 441, 442, 461, 480.

**Statistics Major**

At least 40 credit hours in mathematics, including:

**I. Required core courses:**

- Calculus: MTH 207, 208, 310
- Algebra: MTH 309
- Statistics: MTH 245, 405, 440, 441, 442, 445, 446
- Computer Science: CS 120

II. Electives:

- Choose at least 3 credits from: MTH 371, 407, 443, 447, 449.

**Statistics Major with Concentration in Actuarial Science **

At least 55 credit hours in mathematics and business, including:

**I. Required core courses:**

- Calculus: MTH 207, 208, 310
- Algebra: MTH 309
- Statistics: MTH 245, 405, 440, 441, 442, 445, 446
- Computer Science: CS 120
- Accounting: ACC 221, 222
- Economics: ECO 110, 120
- Finance: 355

**II. Electives:**

- Choose at least 3 credits from: MTH 371, 407, 443, 447, 448, 449.

**Mathematics/Engineering Dual Degree Program**

Students with a math major who are also interested engineering are able to receive both a Bachelor of Science (mathematics major) from UW-La Crosse and a Bachelor of Science (engineering major) from UW-Madison. At UWL, students must complete a minimum of 85 credits, including the General Education requirements and specific math and science course in preparation for the engineering program.

The following courses at UWL for this program include:

**Mathematics**

- Calculus: MTH 207, 208, 310
- Mathematical Proofs: MTH 225
- Probability: MTH 245
- Algebra: MTH 309
- Analysis: MTH 353, 371
- Applied: MTH 461 or 480
- Computer Science: CS 120

**Science**

- Chemistry: CHM 103, 104
- Physics: PHY 203, 204, 321

**Business**

- Accounting: ACC 221 (for Industrial Engineering program)
- Economics: ECO 110, 120, 336

##### Minor Requirements

**Mathematics Minor**

At least 22 credits in mathematics: MTH 207, 208, 309; nine credits from MTH 225, 245, 265, MTH courses numbered 300 and above. Credit for MTH 151 may be used to fulfill three of the nine additional credits. Computer science majors may count MTH 317, 371 and CS 453 for credit in both the computer science major and the mathematics minor. Physics majors may count MTH 461 and PHY 470 for credit in both the physics major and the mathematics minor.

**Statistics Minor **

At least 20 credits in mathematics: MTH 145, 175 or 207, 405; nine credits from MTH 443, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449. With the approval of the mathematics department chair, a research methods course from another department may be substituted for three of the nine additional credits. MTH 245 may be substituted for MTH 145. This minor is not available to mathematics majors.

**Mathematics Education Minor (Middle Childhood - Early Adolescence Certification)**

At least 22 credits of mathematics: MTH 135, 136, 171, 280, 175 or 207; four credits from MTH 145, 151, 208, 265, 321, or other MTH courses numbered 300 and above.** **

**Mathematics Education Minor (Early Adolescence - Adolescence)**

At least 32 credits of mathematics: MTH 207, 208, 225, 245, 309, 310, 331, and 421.