Students completing a degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science have the option of completing either a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BS). This choice does not change the major program requirements. The difference between earning a BA or a BS lies within the General Education (GE) coursework a student must complete as a part of their undergraduate degree. Information about GE requirements can be found on The College of Arts and Sciences Advising and Academic Services website.

## All Majors

The following courses are required for all Math majors. These courses can also be used to satisfy GE requirements:

- Math 1151 Calculus I satisfies the
**Quantitative and Logical Skills - Mathematical and Logical Analysis**requirement - Math 1152 Calculus II partially satisfies the
**Open Option**requirement

## Math Tracks

Each track has a unique set of course requirements that is customized for the subject area. Some of these courses may also be used to fulfill requirements for particular GE categories as described below.

### Applied Mathematics (Chemistry)

Students choosing the Applied Mathematics (Chemistry) track should take the following courses, which also fulfill the GE requirements.

- Chemistry 1210, Chemistry 1220, and Biology 1113 or 1114 satisfies the
**Natural Science GE**requirement - Physics 1250 and Physics 1251 satisfies the
**Open Option**requirement

### Applied Mathematics (Physics)

Students choosing the Applied Mathematics (Physics) track should take the following courses, which also fulfill the GE requirements.

- Physics 1250, Physics 1251, and Biology 1113 or 1114 satisfies the
**Natural Science GE**requirement - Chemistry 1210 partially satisfies the
**Open Option**requirement

### Biological Mathematics

Students choosing the Biological Mathematics track should take the following courses, which also fulfill the GE requirements.

- Biology 1113, Biology 1114, and Chemistry 1210 satisfies the
**Natural Science GE**requirement

### Financial Mathematics

Students choosing the Financial Mathematics track should take the following courses, which also fulfill the GE requirements.

- Economics 2001 and Economics 2002 satisfies the
**Social Science**requirement

## Degree Audit (DARs)

Students can use Buckeye Link to run a degree audit, which provides an evaluation of how all the courses they have completed are used to meet both general and major course requirements. Students can review Instructions to Run a Degree Audit (DARs) [pdf] here.