



I. Foundation Courses (9 hours)


II. Sciences (78 hours)
At least one of the physical science or life science courses must include a laboratory.

Physical Sciences (34 hours)

Life Sciences (34 hours)

Preferred Course(s): Please consider the Franklin College's Biological Sciences requirement when selecting courses from the Core Curriculum. Some courses approved for the core curriculum do not satisfy the Franklin College requirement.


III. Quantitative Reasoning (34 hours)


IV. World Languages and Culture, Humanities and the Arts (12 hours)
Note: Course credit received as a result of a score on a departmental foreign language placement test will not satisfy the General Education Core Curriculum requirements in Area IV, World Languages and Culture, Humanities and the Arts.

World Languages and Culture (9 hours)

No preferred courses for this area. See Core Curriculum view.

Humanities and the Arts (3 hours)

No preferred courses for this area. See Core Curriculum view.


V. Social Sciences (9 hours)
 Students who have not met the Georgia and U.S. Constitution requirement by examination should enroll in POLS 1101 or POLS 1101E or POLS 1105H.
 A passing grade on an examination on the history of the United States and Georgia is required to satisfy the United States and Georgia History Requirement for all persons receiving a baccalaureate degree from the University, unless exempted by one of the following courses: HIST 2111, HIST 2111E, HIST 2111H, HIST 2112, HIST 2112E, HIST 2112H, HIST 3080H. Examinations are given at University Testing Services. Reexamination is permitted. Contact University Testing Services at (706) 5423183 for information.

No preferred courses for this area. See Core Curriculum view.


Major Requirements

A baccalaureate degree program must require at least 21 semester hours of upper division courses in the major field and at least 39 semester hours of upper division work overall. Students in the Franklin College must earn a grade of "C" (2.0) or better in major required courses.


Required Courses (24 hours) (A minimum grade of "C" (2.0) or better must be earned in any upperdivision MATH course.)
Students may choose to complete the General Mathematics Requirements or an Area of Emphasis in Applied Mathematics below. A course taken as an Area of Emphasis requirement cannot be used to satisfy an elective category.
General Mathematics (24 hours)
MATH 4000/6000
Choose one of the following: MATH 4100/6100 MATH 4150/6150 MATH 4250/6250
Six additional threehour MATH courses at the 3000level or above, not including MATH 3220, subject to the advisor's approval. A major program may include no more than two courses among MATH 4760/6760, MATH(BINF) 4780/6780, MATH 4790, MATH 4850/6850, MATH 4900/6900, MATH 4950 and may include only MATH 5200/7200 and MATH 5210/7210 at the 5000level.
Area of Emphasis in Applied Mathematics (24 hours) MATH 3100 MATH 4500/6500
Choose two of the following: MATH 4600/6600 MATH 4700/6700 MATH 4720/6720
Four additional threehour MATH courses at the 3000level or above, not including MATH 3220, subject to the advisor's approval. A major program may include no more than two courses among MATH 4760/6760, MATH(BINF) 4780/6780, MATH 4790, MATH 4850/6850, MATH 4900/6900, MATH 4950, and may include only MATH 5200/7200 and MATH 5210/7210 at the 5000level.

General Electives (36 hours) (Refer to Collegewide requirements when selecting general electives.) Upper division (15 hours) Any level (21 hours)
**For students who are in the dual program of study in both Mathematics B.S. and Mathematics Education B.S.Ed., it is recommended that you review requirements found at http://bulletin.uga.edu/MajorSpecific.aspx?MajorId=190 which shows how courses and requirements in the two majors may overlap.

(This total does not include the 1hour P.E. requirement)

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