The Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Mathematics is designed for those individuals who already hold a bachelor's degree in a discipline other than mathematics, but wish to pursue employment or graduate work in the field of mathematics.
1. Students must possess an earned baccalaureate degree. Current majors in mathematics and individuals who have successfully completed a degree with a major in mathematics are ineligible for the certificate.
2. Students must complete a minimum of 25 credit hours with a GPA of at least 2.0 and a minimum grade of C- in each course.
3. All students must complete: MATH M215 & M216 Calculus I & II (10 cr); MATH M311 Calculus III (3 cr) and MATH M303 Linear Algebra for Undergraduates (3 cr).
4. In addition, students must select three from the following courses:
MATH M313 Elementary Differential Equations with Applications
MATH T336 Topics in Euclidean Geometry
MATH M360 Elements of Probability
MATH M366 Elements of Statistical Inference (P: M360)
MATH M403 Introduction of Modern Algebra
MATH M413 Introduction to Analysis I
MATH M414 Introduction to Analysis II (P: M413)
MATH M415 Elementary Complex Variables with Applications
MATH M447 Mathematical Models and Applications I (P: M311, C: M360)
MATH M471 Numerical Analysis I (P: M313)
MATH M472 Numerical Analysis II (P: M471)