University of Vermont

2011-12 Online Catalogue

Mathematics (Bachelor of Arts)


Mathematics majors may choose from three concentrations.

General Requirements

Specific Requirements

Mathematics majors may choose from three concentrations.


MATH 021, MATH 022, MATH 121, MATH 052, and MATH 124, plus eighteen additional credits in Math./Statistics courses at 100-level or above, with at least twelve credits numbered 200 or higher.


Computer Science 21. Thirty-three credits of Mathematics/Statistics courses numbered 21 or higher, including MATH 121 and MATH 124, and STAT 141 or STAT 143 or STAT 211, STAT 151 or STAT 251, STAT 201, STAT 221 or STAT 227, STAT 241 or STAT 261, and STAT 281 or STAT 293. At least twelve credits must be at the 200-level or higher.

Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics:

This concentration combines a major in applied mathematics with an approved minor that emphasizes the application of mathematics. Such minors include various disciplines in the physical, life, and earth sciences, the social sciences, and business. A student may expand the approved minor to form a double major with mathematics. The requirements for this option are: (a) MATH 021, MATH 022, MATH 121, CS 021, MATH 124, MATH 230, and MATH 237; (b) at least nine additional credits in mathematics, statistics, or computer science courses number 100 or above, at least three of which must be in mathematics or statistics, at least six of which must be numbered 200 or above; (c) an approved minor. Parts (b) and (c) must form a coherent program that has the written approval of the student’s faculty advisor in the Mathematics and Statistics Department.


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