Nov 30, 2020
- The minimum total credits required for a B.S. in Mathematics is 120. Of these, 48 must be upper level hours and 30 must be from UTPB.
- All courses that fulfill either a general education requirement or a major requirement must receive at least a grade of “C.”
- A grade point average of at least 2.0 in all courses applicable toward the B.S. degree
General Education Requirements (42 sch)
History (U.S. History) (6 sch)
Language, Philosophy, and Culture (3 sch)
Life and Physical Science (6 sch)
Political Science (U.S., State of Texas and Local Government) (6 sch)
Social and Behavioral Science (3 sch)
Component Area Option (2 sch)
Mathematics majors must demonstrate a basic use of computers through completion of a course such as one of the following:
In addition to General Education and Computer Use requirements, a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics requires:
- An English course that is not used in the general education requirements at the 2000 level or higher
- NTSC 4311
- Minimum of eight courses (at least 24 semester hours) beyond the level of Calculus.
Common Core of Courses
A B.S. in Mathematics requires a minimum of eight courses (at least 24 semester hours) beyond the level of Calculus.
Math Electives (3 courses)
- The remaining three advanced courses required to complete the major are selected in consultation with the student’s advisor. Each course must be beyone Calculus.
- The final program must contain at least 18 semester credit hours at the 3000 or 4000 level.
- The choices should address the student’s educational objectives and may, with prior approval of the faculty, include appropriate quantitative courses in operations research, econometrics, and computer science.
- No more than 45 hours of mathematics may be applied toward the 120 semester hour minimum required for a degree.
Mathematics majors at U. T. Permian Basin are required to complete a minor of at least 18 semester hours, 9 of which must be of junior or senior level. The choice of the minor is up to the student, but it is recommended that the choice also be made to facilitate the student’s educational objectives.
Candidates for TExES tests in Mathematics must have completed the courses listed for each area below or equivalent courses in their teaching fields.
Mathematics 7-12: MATH 2413 , MATH 2414 , MATH 2415 , MATH 3301 , MATH 3305 , MATH 3310 , MATH 3350 , and MATH 4315
Mathematics 4-8: MATH 2350 , MATH 2412 , MATH 2413 , MATH 2414 , MATH 3301 , MATH 3305 , and MATH 3350