2023-2024 Academic Catalog

Dual Degree in Mathematics

This sequence permits students to complete a primary major in one discipline and then to complete requirements for a second, “dual,” degree in mathematics. Students could graduate with both degrees simultaneously or, if necessary, graduate with the primary degree in one semester and complete the remaining dual degree requirements within one year. The requirements for the dual degree include 30 semester credit hours of mathematics as outlined below. Students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of courses above the total hours required for the primary degree. Thus, the minimum requirement for the two degrees is 150 credit hours.

Summary of Graduation Requirements

Subject Area Credits
General Education Core 40
Major Requirements 54
Electives 5
Other Requirements 21
Dual Mathematics Requirements 30
Total Credit Hours 150


  1. Complete Primary Degree Requirements
    (Minimum of 120 Semester Hours)
  2. Complete Dual Mathematics Requirements
    (30 Semester Hours)
    MTH 251Calculus II4
    MTH 252Calculus III4
    MTH 300Linear Algebra3
    MTH 351Probability & Statistics I3
    MTH 372Differential Equations3
    MTH 373Advanced Vector Calculus3
    Mathematics Electives
    Select one of the following:3
    Discrete Mathematics
    Algebraic Structures
    Probability & Statistics II
    Introduction to Applied Mathematics
    Select one of the following:3
    Numeric Analysis I
    Abstract Algebra
    Real Analysis
    Topics in Applied Mathematics
    Total Credits26
  3. Complete 30-Hour Minimum Requirement
    Take additional hours, if needed, to assure the completion of a minimum of 30 semester hours above the total hour requirement for the primary degree.