You need 128 credits to graduate from the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program, as outlined below.
Advanced placement (AP) courses may be awarded toward the first year of calculus. Students who receive a grade of 4 or 5 in Calculus BC on AP examinations in calculus given the College Entrance Examination Board may be granted a maximum of 8 credits to be applied toward the 128-credit requirement for this degree.
MA 1002 The Art of Mathematics, Credits: 2.00
MA 1024 Calculus I, Credits: 4.00/MA 1324 Integrated Calculus I, Credits: 4.00
MA 1124 Calculus II, Credits: 4.00/MA 1424 Integrated Calculus II, Credits: 4.00
MA 2012 Elements of Linear Algebra I, Credits: 2.00
MA 2112 Multivariable Calculus A, Credits: 2.00
MA 2122 Multivariable Calculus B, Credits: 2.00
MA 2132 Ordinary Differential Equations, Credits: 2.00
MA 2212 Data Analysis I, Credits: 2.00
MA 2222 Data Analysis II, Credits: 2.00
MA 2312 Discrete Math 1, Credits: 2.00(may be substituted by another course with adviser's approval)
MA 2322 Discrete Math 2, Credits: 2.00(may be substituted by another course with adviser's approval)
MA 3022 Probability II, Credits: 2.00
MA 3112 Complex Variables I, Credits: 2.00
MA 4413 Applied Partial Differential Equations, Credits: 3.00(may be substituted by another course with adviser's approval)
MA 4423 Intro Numerical Methods, Credits: 3.00
MA 4613 Analysis I, Credits: 3.00
MA 4623 Analysis II, Credits: 3.00
CS 1114 Intro to Programming & Problem Solving, Credits: 4.00
EG 1001 Engineering and Technology Forum, Credits: 1.00
PH 1013 Mechanics, Credits: 3.00
PH 2023 Electricity, Magnetism, & Fluids, Credits: 3.00
PH 2033 Waves, Optics, & Thermodynamics, Credits: 3.00
PH 2021 Introductory Physics Laboratory I, Credits: .50
PH 2031 Introductory Physics Laboratory II, Credits: .50
CM 1004 General Chemistry For Engineers, Credits: 4.00
These can be courses offered by any department, provided they do not duplicate material studied in other courses and that you meet the prerequisites for the courses.
These consist of at least 9 credits in a single area of study other than mathematics and beyond the required courses found below. The sequence must be well integrated and consistent to insure you gain knowledge in an area other than mathematics. When selecting electives, you should consult with the adviser of the department that interests you. This work is in addition to the courses you take under other categories of the programs. For instance, required courses in physics do not count toward a minor in physics.
The following are possible minor concentrations:
You may obtain a minor in mathematics by taking 15 credits of mathematics courses, 8 credits of which are in addition to the major department’s requirement in mathematics and must include 2 courses in Real Analysis. You must take at least 6 of those 8 credits while enrolled at NYU-Poly.
You may also pursue a dual major in mathematics and physics. Advisers from both the mathematics and physics programs must approve specific course requirements for this 128-credit degree.