To qualify for the option in pure mathematics, a student must satisfactorily complete with a grade of C or better each of the following courses in the suggested four-year schedule:

**First Year**

50: 640: 121,122 Unified Calculus (4,4)

**Sophomore Year**

50: 640: 221 Unified Calculus (4)

50: 640: 250 Linear Algebra (3)

50: 640: 314 Elementary Differential Equations (3)

50: 640: 237 Discrete Mathematics (teaching option) (3)

**Junior Year**

50: 640: 300 Mathematical Reasoning with Proofs (3)

50: 640: 311,312 Advanced Calculus I (3)

50: 640: 356 Theory of Numbers (3)

50: 640: 435 Geometry (3)

**Senior Year**

50: 640: 432 Introduction to Differential Geometry (3) or 50:640:441 Introductory Topology (3)

50: 640: 351,352 Introduction to Modern Algebra I-II (3,3)

50: 640: 403 Introductory Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable (3)

50: 640: 491 or 492 Mathematics Seminar (3)

Courses 50: 640: 403, 435, and 441 are each offered in alternate years. Students pursuing the pure mathematics option should enroll in one or more of these courses during their junior year.

Deviations from the set program must be approved by the mathematical sciences department.