## Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics

Rutgers-Camden offers three comprehensive undergraduate degree programs in the mathematical sciences:

**Pure Mathematics**

This program is for students looking for a traditional mathematics curriculum.**Applied and Computational Mathematics**

This program is for students with an interest in mathematics and computer science and in the overlapping disciplines of biology, chemistry, engineering, and physics.**Mathematics Education**

This program is for mathematical sciences majors interested in teaching as a profession. They complete the degree requirements in addition to completing the teacher prep program.

## Requirements

To qualify for a bachelor’s degree, a student must satisfactorily complete with a **grade of B or better** each of the courses in the appropriate track with one possible exception of a C/C+.

In addition, for the bachelor of science a student must take:

**50:640:190 Foundations of Calculus**(to be offered first in Spring 2015), and**50:640:252 Advanced Linear Algebra**(to be offered first in Fall 2015) instead of the existing 50:640:250 Linear Algebra.

The total number of credits for the degree is 48.

The requirements for** Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mathematics** remain **unchanged**. The total number of credits for B.A. is 45.

## Course Order

Our curriculum contains integrated sequences of courses that should be taken in the proper order. Students should follow the recommended sequence of courses. View the list of **Undergraduate Course Descriptions**.

In particular, all students should take Theory of Numbers before taking Modern Algebra I. Students should take Mathematical Reasoning with Proofs as soon as possible after finishing two semesters of calculus.