OCU's Mathematics program provides you with a rigorous and structured education in the fundamental principles of mathematics, developing your analytical and problem-solving skills. The program is designed to offer a comprehensive understanding of various mathematical disciplines and their applications in diverse fields.

Our program provides a solid foundation in abstract and applied mathematics, preparing students for careers in academia, research, industry and various STEM-related fields. Graduates are equipped with strong analytical skills, problem-solving abilities, and a deep understanding of mathematical principles essential for addressing complex challenges in diverse domains.

**Preparatory or Prerequisite Courses*: 8 hours **

- MATH 1303 Intermediate Algebra** 3
- MATH 1503 College Algebra*** 3
- MATH 1602 Trigonometry** 2

Required Mathematics Courses: 27 hours

- MATH 2004 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
- MATH 2104 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
- MATH 2403 Foundations of Mathematics
- MATH 3003 Linear Algebra
- MATH 3103 Algebraic Structures I
- MATH 3404 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
- MATH 3603 Real Analysis I
- MATH 4993 Capstone

Select 15 credit hours from the following:

- MATH 3203 Probability and Statistics I
- MATH 3303 Ordinary Differential Equations
- MATH 3503 Discrete Mathematics
- MATH 3703 Numerical Methods
- MATH 3913 Complex Analysis
- MATH 3703 Advanced Geometry I
- MATH 4103 Algebraic Structures II
- MATH 4203 Probability and Statistics II
- MATH 4303 Partial Differential Equations
- MATH 4403 Topology
- MATH 4503 Quantum Mechanics
- MATH 4603 Real Analysis II
- MATH 4703 Advanced Geometry II
- MATH 4993 Independent Study
- Approved elective in computer science

- Any additional MATH course 3000-LEVEL or above
- Any Computer Science (CSCI) course
- Any Physics (PHYS) course 2000-LEVEL or above

**Data Science Track: 49-51 hours**

**Required Mathematics Courses: 36 hours**

- MATH 2004 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
- MATH 2104 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
- MATH 2403 Foundations of Mathematics
- MATH 3003 Linear Algebra
- MATH 3203 Probability and Statistics
- MATH 3213 Introduction to Data Science
- MATH 3404 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
- MATH 3503 Discrete Mathematics
- MATH 4203 Probability and Statistics II
- MATH 4213 Regression Analysis
MATH 4993 Capstone

**Required Computer Science Courses: 8 hours**

- CSCI 1514 Programming I
- CSMI 2114 Data Structures

**Electives in Mathematics/Computer Science 6 (7) **

- Select two courses from the following:
- Any additional MATH course 3000-level or above
- Any approved Computer Science (CSCI) course

* Preparatory or prerequisite courses do not count toward degree requirements

** Waived upon completion of more advanced mathematics courses.

*** Required in the general education curriculum but waived upon completion of a more advanced mathematics course.