Bachelor of General Studies Area of Concentration
The Division of Continuing Studies offers the Bachelor of General Studies degree with an area of concentration in mathematics.
|MATH 1950||Calculus I||5 hrs|
|MATH 1960||Calculus II||5 hrs|
|MATH 1970||Calculus III||4 hrs|
|Electives at a higher level than Calculus III
(including 9 credit hours upper division - UNO)
|MATH 2050||Applied Linear Algebra||3 hrs|
|MATH 2230||Introduction to Abstract Math||3 hrs|
MATH 2030 is NOT to be taken; it is offered for students with majors in other fields.
Computer science is a recommended secondary field.
Students interested in graduate studies should contact the graduate adviser in the mathematics department to make sure necessary classes are taken to enter graduate programs.
An area of concentration in mathematics provides the necessary knowledge to pursue an advanced degree, if desired. It also provides a good background for careers in government, market research, computer technology, finance and investment, insurance, banking, business, education, actuarial sciences, research, and various other industries, including transportation, manufacturing, and communications.