You may earn a research certificate in mathematics by completing the following 18-19 credits with a grade of C or better in each course.
Course Number | Course Title | Credits |
Research Writing |
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ENG W233 | Intermediate Expository Writing | 3 |
History, Philosophy, or Theory of the Discipline |
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MA 305 | Foundations of Higher Mathematics | 3 |
Cognate Research Tools |
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One of the following: | 3–4 | |
CS 160 | Introduction to Computer Science I | |
MA 175 | Introductory Discrete Mathematics | |
STAT 511 | Statistical Methods | |
Research Methods and Supervised Individual Research |
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MA 351 | Elementary Linear Algebra | 3 |
MA 490 | Topics in Mathematics for Undergraduates | 3 |
One upper-level undergraduate or dual-level course in mathematics or statistics appropriate to the area of research (e.g., MA 453, MA 441, MA 575, STAT 517) | 3 | |
Total | 18–19 |
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