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Mathematics

Numbers count in all spheres of life. This is why a B.A. in Mathematics from Georgian Court University has numerous advantages.

Whether you plan to become a teacher, go on to graduate school, or pursue a career in the business arena, you’ll find the foundation in this comprehensive program. It not only gives you a logical and technical foundation in math; it prepares you for a meaningful career in mathematics or a related field.

To earn this degree, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including your General Education requirements and the major requirements below.

Major Sequence

A minimum of 33 mathematics credits, plus CS123, are required, including:

Mathematics Courses
MA115Calculus I4
MA116Calculus II4
MA209Linear Algebra3
MA210Discrete Mathematics3
MA215Calculus III4
MA311Introduction to Abstract Algebra I3
MA312Introduction to Abstract Algebra II3
MA401Introduction to Analysis3
Select one of the following two: 13
MA216
Vector Calculus
MA331
Probability & Statistics I
Mathematics elective3
Related Courses
CS123Computer Programming I4
Total Credits37
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It is highly recommended that education majors take MA331 Probability & Statistics I.


For Teacher of Mathematics (K–12) certification, students follow the major sequence in mathematics but must also include MA321 Foundations of Geometry and MA400 Math for Secondary School Teachers and are advised to take MA331 Probability & Statistics I

A minimum GPA of 2.0 in the major is required to graduate.



For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

Complement your academic foundation with a minor in mathematics from GCU. Utilize the foundations in this program for a wide variety of career possibilities in the science, medical, and education fields.

Minor Sequence

Eighteen credits in mathematics courses at the MA115 level or higher are required for the minor in Mathematics, including MA115 Calculus I and MA116 Calculus II. CS123 Computer Programming I can be counted toward the minor.



For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

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