The B.S. degree in mathematics reflects contemporary trends in mathematics by incorporating computer science, mathematical and computational modeling, natural science and statistics courses. This degree is particularly appropriate for students who wish to proceed toward careers in industry concentrating on analytical problem solving, or toward graduate schools in any mathematical science area. Computer science, economics, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, management science, physics and chemistry provide attractive opportunities as areas for a double major with mathematics. With a minimum of 21 approved advanced hours in the major (i.e. 3000-level and above) the following courses are required: