### Mathematics (BS)

Saint Charles, USA

DURATION

4 Years

LANGUAGES

English

PACE

Full time

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TUITION FEES

USD 9,550 / per semester *

STUDY FORMAT

On-Campus

* block rate for traditional, full-time tuition

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### Introduction

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics will provide you with a rigorous background in many areas of mathematics, computer science, and physics. When you complete the BS in Mathematics at Lindenwood University, you will be well-equipped with strong analytical and problem-solving skills that will be valuable to employers in many technical fields. The BS in Mathematics degree also prepares students for graduate studies in mathematics and related fields.

### Career Opportunities

27% Higher Income | 93% Success Rate |

Our graduates have a 27% higher income than the national median 10 years after enrolling. Source: US Department of Education's College Scorecard/ Department of Treasury 2018. | Investing in a Lindenwood education sets you up for success. 93% of Lindenwood graduates are employed or enrolled in graduate programs within 6 months of graduation. |

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### Curriculum

**Major Coursework**

49 credit hours of coursework from the following options:

- CSC 14400 Computer Science I
- CSC 24400 Computer Science II
- MTH 24100 Statistics for Natural Science
- MTH 27100 Calculus I
- MTH 27200 Calculus II
- MTH 28500 Introduction to Mathematical Proof Writing
- MTH 30300 Calculus III
- MTH 31100 Differential Equations
- MTH 31500 Linear Algebra I
- MTH 32000 Abstract Algebra
- MTH 37000 Advanced Calculus
- PHY 30100 General Physics I
- PHY 30200 General Physics II

**Computer/Data Science Coursework**

3 credit hours of coursework from the following options:

- CSC 10011Introduction to Computer Science: Python
- CSC 10022 Introduction to Computer Science: Javascript
- DSCI 11000 Introduction to Data Science

**Elective Coursework**

15 credit hours of coursework from the following options:

- MTH 31300 History of Mathematics
- MTH 31600 Linear Algebra II
- MTH 32400 Theory of Financial Mathematics I
- MTH 32500 Theory of Financial Mathematics II
- MTH 32600 Models for Financial Economics
- MTH 33000 Geometry
- MTH 34100 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I
- MTH 34200 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II
- MTH 34500 Regression Analysis
- MTH 35100 Numerical Methods
- MTH 36100 Partial Differential Equations
- MTH 38901 Undergraduate Research
- MTH 39000-39999 Special Topics in Applied Mathematics
- MTH 48000 Mathematics Internship
- MTH 49000-49999 Special Topics in Mathematics