The only Mathematics courses that are not eligible for credit toward the major

The only mathematics courses that are not eligible

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The only Mathematics courses that are not eligible for credit toward the major are the following : MAT 108, 113, 119, 120, 121, 130, 131, 150, 152, 160, 162, 201, 202, 298, 298.50, 302, 304, 307, 309, 312, 314, 315, 385. In addi- tion, MAT 280 and 283 are not eligible for credit toward MAT/MAT Education Sequences.
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210 C A S Mathematics Graduation GPA Requirement for Majors: The minimum graduation Mathematics GPA is 2.00 for a Mathematics Major, 2.20 for a Mathematics Education Major, and 2.50 for Mathematics Major: Actuarial Science Sequence. These grade point averages are computed using the following courses taken at Illinois State: the required English and computer programming courses and all Mathe- matics courses that are eligible for credit toward the major. NOTE: Students who have taken calculus in high school may request to take a Calculus Proficiency Test. If proficiency credit is granted, students may begin their Math- ematics courses with MAT 146 or a higher-level course. To ensure proper placement, transfer students should consult with an advisor prior to registration for classes. A maximum of 4 hours credit may be given toward a major or minor for acceptable precalculus courses based upon advanced placement or transfer. MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS A minimum of 42 hours in Mathematics required. Required courses: MAT 145, 146, 147, 175, 247, 260, 350; ENG 145 or 249 or equivalent. 1 computer programming course from: ITK 165, 168. NOTE: Hours taken in Applied Computer Science do not count toward the required 42 hours in Mathematics. At least 1 course chosen from MAT 236, 330, 337, 347, 363. 2 course-pairs from the following groups. These course- pairs must be selected from different groups: Algebra group: (MAT 236, 336); (MAT 236, 337). Analysis group: (MAT 247, 345); (MAT 247, 347); (MAT 340, 341). Discrete group: (MAT 260, 361); (MAT 260, 362); (MAT 260, 363). Statistics group: (MAT 350, 351); (MAT 350, 378). Submission of senior portfolio (see advisor). Suggested Mathematics Schedules for Majors: Schedule (a) Students beginning with Precalculus Schedule (b) Students beginning with Calculus I Schedule (c) Accelerated schedule for honors students or those preparing for graduate school Semester (a) (b) (c) 1 144 145 145 2 145 146 146 3 146 147 147 4 147 175 175, 260 5 175, 260 247, 260 247 Teacher Certification Sequence: This sequence of the major is part of the entitlement pro- gram leading to high school certification and/or high school and middle school endorsement. A minimum of 40 hours in Mathematics is required. Required courses: MAT 145, 146, 147, 175, 211, 223, 236, 260, 323, 324, 350*. NOTE: MAT 211 and C&I 216 or equivalent, and MAT 236 (or conc reg) are prerequisites for MAT 323. MAT 323 must be completed before the student teaching experience. *MAT 250 is a standard substitute for MAT 350. Computer Science Requirement: MAT 326 or one com- puter course from: ITK 165 or 168 NOTE: Hours taken to fulfill this computer science requirement do not count toward the required 40 hours in Mathematics. 1 additional course must be chosen: MAT 247 or one of those 300-level courses available for major/minor credit.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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