Requirements for a Major in Mathematical Decision Science

In addition to the general education requirements, the following courses are required:

  Semester Hours
BSA 221, Principles of Accounting 3
BSA 366, Production and Operations Management 3
BSA 370, Principles of Finance or BSA 456, Business Forecasting 3
BSA 402, Quantitative Decision Making 3
CSS 211, Introduction to Programming I 4
CSS 212, Introduction to Programming II 4
ECO 201, Principles of Microeconomics 3
MTH 160, Introduction to Statistics 3
MTH 201, 202, 301, Calculus I, II, III 9
MTH 302, Linear Algebra 3
MTH 322, Multivariable Calculus 3
MTH 403, Probability and Statistics 3
MTH 441, Senior Project 3
Electives to be selected from the following (Choose 2):  
BSA 456, Business Forecasting or  
BSA 370 Principles of Finance (3)  
CSS 231, Programming in C++ (4) or  
CSS 235 Programming in Java (4)  
CSS 411, Modeling and Simulation (3)  
ECO 202, Principles of Macroeconomics (3)  
MTH 432, Ordinary Differential Equations (3) 6-7
Total  

Suggested electives:  Additional courses in computer science, computer information systems, business, economics, and mathematics.

Sample Four-Year Course Sequence for Mathematical Decision Science

Freshman Year: Junior Year:
CSS 211, 212, Introduction to Programming I, II BSA 370, Principles of Finance or
BSA 221, Principles of Accounting I BSA 456, Business Forecasting (choose one)
MTH 201, 202, Calculus I, II BSA 366, Production and Operations Management
  MTH 322, Multivariable Calculus
  Required Elective
   
Sophomore Year: Senior Year:
ECO 201, Principles of Microeconomics BSA 402, Quantitative Decision Making
MTH 160, Introduction to Statistics Required Elective
MTH 301, Calculus III MTH 403, Probability and Statistics and MTH 441, Senior Project
MTH 302, Linear Algebra