Advising:
Joshua Himmelsbach, himmelsbach@cua.edu
Vijay Sookdeo, sookdeo@cua.edu
The Mathematics Departments offers a minor in mathematics, a minor in actuarial sciences , and the following majors in mathematics.
 B.A. in Mathematics
 B.S. in Mathematics
 B.S. in Mathematics/Secondary Education
 B.S. in Mathematics and Physics
Minor in Mathematics
The minor requires six courses in all:

B.A. in Mathematics
Freshman and Sophomore years:  Junior and Senior years: 
Math 121  Calculus I  Math 301  Linear Algebra (fall) 
Math 122  Calculus II  Math 321  Abstract Algebra I (fall) 
Math 221  Calculus III  Math 322  Abstract Algebra II (spring) 
Math 222  Differential Equations  Math 421  Introductory Analysis I (fall) 
Math 248  Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics  Math 424  Complex Variables (spring) 
Physics 215  University Physics I (spring)  Three 400level mathematics electives 
Physics 216  University Physics II (fall) 
B.S. in Mathematics
Freshman and Sophomore years:  Junior and Senior years: 
Math 121  Calculus I  Math 301  Linear Algebra (fall) 
Math 122  Calculus II  Math 321  Abtract Algebra I (fall) 
Math 221  Calculus III  Math 322  Abstract Algebra II (spring) 
Math 222  Differential Equations  Math 421  Introductory Analysis I (fall) 
Math 248  Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics  Math 424  Complex Variables (spring) 
Physics 215  University Physics I (spring)  Three 400level mathematics electives 
Physics 216  University Physics II (fall)  Four more courses in computer science, mathematics or natural science 
CSC 123  Computer Science I  
CSC 124  Computer Science II 
B.S. in Mathematics/Secondary Education
Freshman and Sophomore years:  Junior and Senior years: 
Math 121  Calculus I  Math 301  Linear Algebra (fall) 
Math 122  Calculus II  Math 403  Euclidean and NonEuclidean Geometry 
Math 221  Calculus III  Math 321  Abstract Algebra I (fall) 
Math 222  Differential Equations  Math 421  Introductory Analysis I (fall) 
Math 248  Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics  Math 424  Complex Variables (spring) 
Physics 215  University Physics I (spring)  Either Math 322 or a 400level mathematics elective 
Physics 216  University Physics II (fall)  EDUC 386  Curriculum and Methods in Adolescent Education 
Two statistics courses: HSSS 203, and either MATH 309 or MATH 431 
EDU 479  Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary Schools 
Two computer science courses chosen from: CSC 104, 105 113, 123, 124 
EDUC 461463  Supervised Internship and Seminar: Secondary Education 
EDUC 251  Foundations of Education  
EDUC 271  Psychology of Education 
B.S. in Mathematics and Physics
Freshman and Sophomore years:  Junior and Senior years: 
Math 121  Calculus I  Math 301  Linear Algebra (fall) 
Math 122  Calculus II  Math 321  Abstract Algebra I (fall) 
Math 221  Calculus III  Math 322  Abstract Algebra II (fall) 
Math 222  Differential Equations  Math/Physics 511  Mathematical Physics I 
Math 248  Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics  Math/Physics 512  Mathematical Physics II 
Physics 215  University Physics I  Math 421  Introductory Analysis I 
Physics 216  University Physics II  One 400level mathematics elective 
Physics 225  Introductory Mechanics Laboratory  Physics 525  Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics 
Physics 226  Introductory Electricity Laboratory  Physics 531  Quantum Theory I 
CSC 123  Computer Science I  Physics 532  Quantum Theory II 
CSC 124  Computer Science II  Physics 535  Analytical Mechanics 
Physics 506  Introduction to Modern Physics  Physics 536  Electricity and Magnetism 