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Mathematics Course Sequence

Sample 4-Year Course Sequence

Semester 1

Semester 2

   Freshman Year

VERIT 101 Veritas Symposium (3)
Foreign Language & Culture I (3)
Math Thought & Problem Solving (3)
Intro to Computer Science I (3)
Calculus I (4)

Origins of the West (3)
Foreign Languages & Culture II (3)
Classical Philosophy I (3)
Discrete Math (Writing Intensive) (3)
Calculus II (4)

3 Cultural Enrichment Events

    Sophomore Year

Domain Social Science* (3)
The Western Imagination (3)
Philosophy in the Modern Age (3)
Calculus III (4)
MATH Elective (3)

Domain Social Science* (3)
Jesus Christ & the Church (3)
American Experience (3)
Domain Lab Science (4)
Linear Algebra** (3)

3 Cultural Enrichment Events

    Junior Year

Domain HAL* (3)
Elective (3)
America in Global Context (3)
Ethics & the Human Good (3)
Math Elective (3)

Modernity in Literature/Arts (3)
Global Encounters (3)
Differential Equations** (3)
Applied Stats**(3)
Math Seminar I (1)

3 Cultural Enrichment Events

    Senior Year

Elective (3)
Elective (3)
Elective (3)
Second Theology (3)
Math Elective (3)

Elective (3)
Elective (3)
Elective (3)
Veritas Leadership Portfolio (1)
Algebraic Structures** (3)
Math Seminar II (1)

3 Cultural Enrichment Events

* For schedule flexibility, it might help to choose a Global Encounters class that would also count towards the HAL or Social Science domains.  In addition, an HAL or Social Science class that counts as a Leadership class should be taken if a designated LP course is not available in the major.

** Applied Stats and Differential Equations are offered in the spring of the odd years. They can be taken in the sophomore, junior or senior year.  Linear Algebra and Algebraic Structures are offered in the spring of even years.  It is recommended that Linear Algebra be taken as early as possible after the freshmen year and that Algebraic Structures not be taken until junior or senior year.

Note that the average full-time student course load per semester is 12-16 credit hours. The Veritas Program is the required liberal arts component of the Mount education.


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