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#### Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The undergraduate curriculum in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics is comprised of courses in the broad areas of algebra, analysis, mathematics for teachers, applied mathematics and statistics.

#### Degree Requirements

For a bachelor's degree in mathematics, students must satisfy the general requirements of The College of Arts and Sciences and complete the program described below.

Departmental requirements for a **Bachelor of Science **degree:

- MATH 210, MATH 220 and MATH 250
- a minimum of 21 hours of coursework in mathematics or statistics at the 300 level or above, including the following classes: MATH 300, MATH 402, MATH 410 or MATH 420, MATH 345 or MATH 406 or MATH 430 or STAT 436
- At least four of the courses at the 300 level or above must be completed in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at UMKC.

Departmental requirements for a **Bachelor of Arts **degree:

- MATH 210, MATH 220 and MATH 250
- a minimum of 21 hours of coursework in mathematics or statistics at the 300 level or above, including the following classes: MATH 300, MATH 402, MATH 410 or MATH 420
- At least four of the courses at the 300 level or above must be completed in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at UMKC.

#### Suggested Plan of Study

Because of the diversity of acceptable programs available, a four-year plan of study is not suggested. Students are cautioned, however, that certain mathematics courses must be taken in the appropriate sequence. Students should consult with a department mathematics adviser to plan a program of study.

#### Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Students graduating with a B.A. or B.S. degree in Mathematics and Statistics are expected to:

Be able to read, write, understand mathematical proofs, and construct mathematical proofs as appropriate.

Be able to reason with and apply mathematical concepts, principles and methods; analyze and evaluate problems (both theoretical and practical) and plan strategies for their solution.

Be able to work collaboratively with others on projects requiring mathematical knowledge and input, to function effectively in a professional workplace related to mathematics, or in a graduate program.