# Mathematics Major Form

The form given below is intended for students majoring (or
considering majoring) in Mathematics, and their advisors. We
recommend that you and your advisor print one version of the form and
record your choices for the various requirements. For detailed
information about the math major
requirements, see the the Mathematics
Advising Guide.

Following are two versions of the mathematics major form:

### Brief explanation

The only real course choices you must make are in the upper level
courses you will take. These correspond to items 3 and 4 in the math major requirements, and
are summarized below:

**Sequence:** any of the approved sequences listed in part 3(a)
of the requirements.
**Classical:** any of the classical courses listed in part 3(b)
of the requirements (may come from sequence).
**Applied:** any of the applied courses listed in part 3(c) of
the requirements (may come from sequence).
**Fourth course:** Because the sequence will provide either a
classical course or applied course, you must choose another course
from those listed at the beginning of part 3 of the requirements.
**Capstone:** any of the capstone courses listed in part 4 of
the requirements, or a senior
oral. Note that if you take a capstone course, it must be
additional to the four courses stipulated above.

### Remarks

If you are a Mathematics Education major, you will need to take
MCS-303 (Geometry) and MCS-313 (Modern Algebra). You may substitute
the sequence MCS-313 & MCS-303 for the sequence requirement above.

If you are interested in participating in the Honors Program, you should
discuss this with your advisor, since it will affect the courses you
take.