# Undergraduate Program

Mathematics provides a powerful language for expressing and answering questions about the world around us. The evolution of communication and technology has made that language part of our daily lives.

Goal 3 of ISU's general education requirements recognizes the importance of mathematics in a university education. Courses that satisfy the goal are:

- MATH 1123, Mathematics in Modern Society, 3 cr.

Prerequisite: MATH 0025 - MATH 1127, The Language of Mathematics, 3 cr.

Prerequisite: MATH 0025 - MATH 1130, Finite Mathematics, 3 cr.

Prerequisite: MATH 1108 - MATH 1160, Brief Calculus, 3 cr.

Prerequisite: MATH 1143 - MATH 1170, Calculus I, 4 cr.

Prerequisite: MATH 1147, or MATH 1144 - MATH 1153, Introduction to Statistics, 3 cr.

Prerequisite: MATH 1108

##### The Department of Mathematics & Statistics offers the following degrees:

- Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science
- Associate of Science
- Minor

- Applied Mathematics
- Minor

- Statistics
- Bachelor of Science
- Associate of Science
- Minor

- Secondary Teacher Education (Math Department has oversight of degree content)
- Teaching Major
- Teaching Minor
- Single-subject Teaching Major

Click here for the list of courses that are required for each degree.

##### Advising information can be found at the following links:

- Mathematics Degree (sample degree plan)
- Statistics Degree (sample degree plan)
- Advice for Undergraduate Math majors
- Advice for Undergraduate Stat majors
- Mathematics and Computer Sciences majors activities and Math/CS Club

Financial support is available via competitively-awarded undergraduate scholarships, offered through the University Recognition Awards and Robert D. Girse fund.