Lander's mathematics curriculum offers a great deal of flexibility, centering on a core of math courses that are balanced with a mix of liberal arts classes, math electives and general electives.
As a math major, you will build a solid foundation in calculus, differential equations and fundamentals of logic before progressing to studies in linear and abstract algebra, mathematical analysis and statistics. You can use your major electives to explore geometry, complex analysis or the history of mathematics.
Mathematics Honors Program
Students majoring in mathematics may earn a "BS Degree with Honors" in mathematics. To qualify, a student must meet the following conditions:
NOTE: In lieu of requirement 1 above, the student may complete an engineering degree at Clemson University under the engineering/mathematics dualdegree program. The student may then substitute an approved engineering project at Clemson for requirement 3 above.
Special situations may require a deviation from these requirements (such as for students seeking teacher certification in mathematics or those in the engineering program). All deviations must be approved by a majority of the mathematics faculty.
Transfer students who wish to pursue an Honors Program in Mathematics must spend at least four fulltime semesters (fall or spring) at Lander University and complete at least 21 semester hours of mathematics courses at Lander University. They must also have an overall GPA of 3.5 on all courses transferred and a GPA of 3.5 on mathematics courses transferred.
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
Note: The information below provides convenient links to some of the courses required for this degree; however, it should not be used as a course registration guide. Please refer to the official Lander University Academic Catalog for the most accurate and uptodate program requirements.
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS^{1}  CREDIT HOURS 


A. Core Skills 


ENGL 101  Writing and Inquiry I  3  
ENGL 102  Writing and Inquiry II  3  
MATH 141 
Single Variable Calculus I 
4  
B. Humanities and Fine Arts 
6  
C. Behavioral and Social Perspectives (6 hours selected from 2 different disciplines) 
6  
D. Scientific and Mathematical Reasoning  
MATH 142  Calculus II  4  
PHYS 211  General Physics  4  
E. Founding Documents of the United States  
HIST 111R^{2} 
United States History to 1877 
3  
F. World Cultures  3  
G. LINK 101  1  
University Requirement  
FALS 101  15 FALSapproved events (Temporarily suspended) 
0 

Total General Education Requirements  37 
^{ 1 }For approved courses see the General Education section
^{2 }If you already have credit for HIST 111, do not take HIST 111R; if you already have credit for HIST 112, do not take HIST 112R; if you already have credit for POLS 101, do not take POLS 101R
MAJOR PROGRAM CORE REQUIREMENTS  CREDIT HOURS 


MATH 241  Calculus III  4 
MATH 242  Differential Equations  4 
MATH 308  Linear Algebra  3 
MATH 311  Mathematical Statistics  3 
MATH 499  Capstone  1 
MAJOR PROGRAM ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  CREDIT HOURS 


CIS 130  Problem Solving and Programming Methods  4 
MATH 134  Introduction to Mathematical Proof  3 
MATH 421  Abstract Algebra I  3 
MATH 431  Analysis I  3 
MATH 422  Abstract Algebra II OR MATH 432 Complex Analysis 
3 
MAJOR PROGRAM ELECTIVES  CREDIT HOURS 


300level or above Mathematics content courses 
9  
300level or above Mathematics content courses (except MATH 450 or MATH 451) OR select 1 MATH 212, CIS 230, PHYS 212 
34  
Total Major Program Requirements  4344  
Additional Electives  4142  
TOTAL FOR BS DEGREE  120 