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BS in APMS (Math option - 120 hrs, Catalog 133)

Hours
Math Core 171, 172, 220, 221, 323, 308, 409, 410 or 446, 417 31
Math Elec.
(see note 1)
415 or 433, 4xx, 4xx, 4xx, 4xx, 4xx, 4xx 21
STAT/CPSC STAT 211, STAT 212, CPSC elec, CPSC elec 14
Science Elec.
(see note 3)
8
Core Elec.
(see note 4)
ENGL 104, ENGL Lit, ENGL 210 or 301, VPS, ECON 202 or 203, ICD (6 hours) 15
HIST/POLS Elec.
(see note 5)
HIST 105, HIST 106, POLS 206, POLS 207 12
Free Elec.
(see note 5)
3
Req KINE 198, 199 2

NOTES:

  1. Math Electives:(21 hours) Take MATH 415 or 433. Of the remaining 18 hours of 4xx, at least 3 hours must be selected from MATH 412, 414, 442, 447, 470. From 9-15 hours must be selected from MATH 325, 405-489 (Math 451 taken after fall 04 only.) Up to 6 hours may be selected from STAT 407-416; CSCE 211-452, 461-481 (except CSCE 442); ISEN 420, 421. Students who get a minor in Computer Science may use up to 9 hours of 300/400 level CSCE courses towards their 18 hour Math elective requirement, which is an exception to the rule that allows at most 6 hours of STAT, CSCE or ISEN courses to count toward the 18 hour Math elective requirement.

  2. CSCE electives: (8 hours) Select 2 courses from CSCE 110, 111, 206 and 211.

  3. Science Electives: (8 hours) Select 2 courses from CHEM 101/111 (or 107) or CHEM 103/113; CHEM 102/112 or CHEM 104/114; BIOL 111; BIOL 112.

  4. Core Electives: (21 hours) Take ENGL 104 (3 hours), ENGL lit. (3 hours), ENGL 241 or 301 or 2311 at jr. college (3 hours), a Social Science CORE course (3 hours) and 3 hours of a Visual and Performing Arts CORE course. For a list of the acceptable ENGL literature, Social Science, and Visual/Performing Arts courses, please see your catalog online at Undergraduate Catalog Listings. The English Literature elective must be chosen from the list of Humanities electives. Students with AP credit for ENGL 241 have satisfied the ENGL 210/301 requirement. In addition, 6 hours of International and Cultural Diversity are required. Some of these courses may be used to satisfy other degree requirements. For a list of these courses, please see your catalogue or the Mathematics Department's webpage at International and Cultural Diversity Requirement.

  5. HIST/POLS: (12 hours) POLS 206 and 207 are required. For the HIST requirement, 6 hours of American History are required. Most students satisfy this requirement by taking HIST 105 and 106. For other options, see your catalogue.

  6. Free electives: (3 hours) Almost every course offered at TAMU will count as a free elective. However, there are some exceptions. Please see an advisor or the Mathematics Department's Undergraduate Web page linkList of Ineligible Free Electives for a list of unacceptable courses. Math170 counts as free elective hours.