Schools
School of Natural Sciences
Mathematics (Bachelor of Science)
Student Learning Goals
 Students will acquire mathematical knowledge.
 Students will develop analytical and reasoning skills.
 Students will be prepared for further study and for careers in their field.
Degree/Certificate Requirements
See “General Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees at IU Southeast.”
General Education Component
Note: This is not a restatement of the University’s General Education Requirement but a list of specific General Education courses which are also requirements or prerequisites for course work in the school/major.
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
ENGW 
234 
Technical Report Writing 
3 
C 
ENGW 131 
Written Communication
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
MATHM 
380 
History of Mathematics 
3 
C 
MATHM 119 or 215 
OR 



MATHM 
436 
Introduction to Geometries 
3 
C 
MATHM 391 
Foreign Language
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
Two semesters of the same foreign language 
8 

Science Requirements
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
CSCIC 
201 
Computer Programming II 
4 
C 
MATHM 117 
CSCIC 
202 
Introduction to Software Systems 
4 
C 
CSCIC 201 
Student must choose one of two options:
Physics PHYSP 221222 or CHEMC 105125 and 106126
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
PHYSP 
221 
Physics I 
5 
C 
MATHM 215 (or concurrent registration in M215) 
PHYSP 
222 
Physics II 
5 
C 
PHYSP 221 
OR 



CHEMC 
105 
Principles of Chemistry I 
3 
C 
(two years of high school algebra, one year of high school chemistry) 
CHEMC 
125 
Experimental Chemistry I 
2 
C 
Concurrent with CHEMC 105 
CHEMC 
106 
Principles of Chemistry II 
3 
C 
CHEMC 105 
CHEMC 
126 
Experimental Chemistry II 
2 
C 
Concurrent with CHEMC 106 
MATHM 215 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, MATHM 216 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II, MATHM 303 Linear Algebra for Undergraduates, MATHM 311 Calculus 3, MATHM 360 Elements of Probability, MATHM 391 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning; MATHM 403 404 Introduction to Modern Algebra III or MATHM 413 414 Introduction to Analysis; MATHM 493 Senior Thesis in Mathematics.
Core Program
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
MATHM 
215 
Calculus I 
5 
C 
MATHM 125 and MATHM 126 or three years of high school mathematics including two years of algebra 
MATHM 
216 
Calculus II 
5 
C 
MATHM 215 
MATHM 
303 
Linear Algebra for Undergraduates 
3 
C 
MATHM 216 
MATHM 
311 
Calculus 3 
3 
C 
MATHM 216 
MATHM 
360 
Elements of Probability 
3 
C 
MATHM 216 
MATHM 
391 
Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning 
3 
C 
MATHM 216 
MATHM 
493 
Senior Thesis in Mathematics 
1 
C 
MATHM 403 or MATHM 413 
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
MATHM 
403 
Introduction to Modern Algebra I 
3 
C 
MATHM 303 or MATHM 391 
MATHM 
404 
Introduction to Modern Algebra II 
3 
C 
MATHM 403 
OR 



MATHM 
413 
Introduction to Analysis I 
3 
C 
MATHM 311 and MATHM 391 
MATHM 
414 
Introduction to Analysis II 
3 
C 
MATHM 413 
Mathematics Electives
Four additional courses from the following list: MATHM 312, 313, 366, 380, 403, 404, 405, 413, 414, 415, 421, 422, 435, 436, 471.
Dept. 
Course Number 
Title 
Credit Hours 
Minimum Grade 
CoReqs or Prereqs 
MATHM 
312 
Calculus IV 
3 
C 
MATHM 311 
MATHM 
313 
Elementary Differential Equations with Applications 
3 
C 
MATHM 216 
MATHM 
366 
Elements of Statistical Inference 
3 
C 
MATHM 360 
MATHM 
403 
Introduction to Modern Algebra I 
3 
C 
MATHM 303 or MATHM 391 
MATHM 
404 
Introduction to Modern Algebra II 
3 
C 
MATHM 403 
MATHM 
405 
Number Theory 
3 
C 
MATHM 216 
MATHM 
413 
Introduction to Analysis I 
3 
C 
MATHM 311 and MATHM 391 
MATHM 
414 
Introduction to Analysis II 
3 
C 
MATHM 413 
MATHM 
415 
Elementary Complex Variables with Applications 
3 
C 
MATHM 311 
MATHM 
421 
Elementary Topology I 
3 
C 
MATHM 303 and MATHM 311 
MATHM 
422 
Elementary Topology II 
3 
C 
MATHM 421 
MATHM 
435 
Introduction to Differential Geometry 
3 
C 
MATHM 303 and MATHM 311 
MATHM 
436 
Introduction to Geometries 
3 
C 
MATHM 391 
MATHM 
471 
Numerical Analysis I 
3 
C 
MATHM 303 and MATHM 313 
Because the B.S. in Secondary Education (teaching major in mathematics) requires a substantial amount of mathematics, it is straightforward to complete a B.S. in Mathematics as well as the B.S. in Secondary Education by completing the latter degree and taking several additional courses. Likewise, it is straightforward to complete the B.S. in Mathematics along with the B.S. in Computer Science (Mathematics/Science Option), by completing the latter degree and taking several additional courses. Please contact the Mathematics Department advisor for more information.