Required Core  36 semester hours
 3 CSC 150 Computer Science I
 4 MATH 123 Calculus I
 4 MATH 125 Calculus II
 4 MATH 225 Calculus III
 3 MATH 281 Introduction to Statistics
 3 MATH 315 Linear Algebra
 3 MATH 321 Differential Equations
 3 MATH 351 Foundations of Mathematics
 3 MATH 413 Abstract Algebra I
 3 MATH 423 Advanced Calculus I
 3 MATH 481 Probability and Statistics
Restricted Electives  9 semester hours (3 courses)
 3 MATH 316 Discrete Mathematics
 3 MATH 361 Modern Geometry
 3 MATH 411 Theory of Numbers
 3 MATH 416 Combinatorics
 3 MATH 421 Complex Analysis
 3 MATH 440 Mathematics of Finance
 3 MATH 450 History of Mathematics
 3 MATH 461 Introduction to Topology
 3 MATH 487 Design of Experiments
Gen Ed Requirements  30 semester hours
 3 ENGL 101 Composition I
 3 ENGL 201 Composition II
 3 CMST  Gen Ed  Speech
 6* Gen Ed  Social Science
 6* Gen Ed  Arts & Humanities
 68 Gen Ed  Natural Science & Lab
A minor is required with this major plus electives to total 120 hours, of which 36 hours must be 300400 level courses.
All Mathematics majors require a minor of your choice, which is not included in the plan, but needs to be considered.
* Please refer to the course rotation guide to determine when courses are offered.
Required Core  42 semester hours
 3 CSC 150 Computer Science I
 4 MATH 123 Calculus I
 4 MATH 125 Calculus II
 4 MATH 225 Calculus III
 3 MATH 281 Introduction to Statistics
 3 MATH 315 Linear Algebra
 3 MATH 321 Differential Equations
 3 MATH 351 Foundations of Mathematics
 3 MATH 361 Modern Geometry
 3 MATH 413 Abstract Algebra I
 3 MATH 423 Advanced Calculus I
 3 MATH 481 Probability and Statistics
 3 SEED 418 712 Math Methods
Restricted Electives  6 semester hours (2 courses)
 3 MATH 316 Discrete Mathematics
 3 MATH 411 Theory of Numbers
 3 MATH 416 Combinatorics
 3 MATH 421 Complex Analysis
 3 MATH 440 Mathematics of Finance
 3 MATH 450 History of Mathematics
 3 MATH 461 Introduction to Topology
 3 MATH 487 Design of Experiments
PreProfessional Teaching Core  18 semester hours
 1 EDFN 295 Practicum: PreAdmission Teaching
 2 EDFN 338 Foundations of American Education
 3 EPSY 302 Educational Psychology
 3 EPSY 428 Child & Adolescent Development
 3 INED 411 South Dakota Indian Studies
 3 PSYC 101 General Psychology (gen ed)
 3 SPED 100 Into to Person with Exceptionalities
Professional Secondary Ed Teaching Core  26 semester hours
 EDFN 365 Computer Based Technology & Learning
 EDFN 375 Methods of Technology Integration
 EDFN 440 Classroom Managements
 MLED 480 Middle Level Methods
 SEED 408 Plan, Manage & Assess the 512 Diverse Classroom
 SEED 450 Reading and Content Literacy
 SEED 495 Practicum: PreStudent Teaching
 EDFN 475 Human Relations
 SEED 488 712 Student Teaching
Gen Ed Requirements  30 semester hours
 3 ENGL 101 Composition I
 3 ENGL 201 Composition II
 3 CMST  Gen Ed  Speech
 6* Gen Ed  Social Science
 6* Gen Ed  Arts & Humanities
 68 Gen Ed  Natural Science & Lab
A minor is NOT required with this major but electives are required to total 120 hours. Students are encouraged to pursue a minor.
A minor is not required with this major.
* Please refer to the course rotation guide to determine when courses are offered.
Required Core
 3 CSC 150 Computer Science I
 4 MATH 123 Calculus I
 4 MATH 125 Calculus II
 4 MATH 225 Calculus III
 3 MATH 281 Introduction to Statistics
 3 MATH 361 Modern Geometry
 3 MATH 351 Foundations of Mathematics
 Take one course from the following:
 3 MATH 413 Abstract Algebra I
 3 MATH 423 Advanced Calculus I
Take one course from the following:
 3 MATH 315 Linear Algebra
 3 MATH 316 Discrete Mathematics
 3 MATH 321 Differential Equations
 3 MATH 411 Theory of Numbers
 3 MATH 416 Combinatorics
 3 MATH 481 Probability and Statistics
Methods
 2 SEED 413 712 Science Methods
 3 SEED 418 712 Math Methods
Choose one area of science:
Biology  24 semester hours
 4 BIOL 151 General Biology I & 151L Lab
 4 BIOL 153 General Biology II 153L Lab
 4 BIOL 311 Principles of Ecology & 311L Lab
 4 BIOL 325 Physiology & 325L Lab
 4 BIOL 331 Microbiology & 331L Lab
 4 BIOL 371 Genetics & 371L Lab
Chemistry  20 semester hours
 4 CHEM 112 General Chemistry I & 112L Lab
 4 CHEM 114 General Chemistry II & 114L Lab
 4 CHEM 326 Organic Chemistry I & 326L Lab
 4 CHEM 328 Organic Chemistry II & 328L Lab
 4 CHEM 332 Analytical Chemistry & 332L Lab
Earth Science  20 semester hours
 4 GEOL 201 Physical Geology & 201L Lab
 4 GEOL 203 Historical Geology & 203L Lab
 3 GEOL 321 Conservation of Natural Resources
 3 PHYS 185 Introduction to Astronomy & 185L Lab
 Take two courses from the following:
 GEOL 340 Mineralogy/Petrology
 GEOL 350 Environmental Geology
 GEOL 370 Hydrogeology
 SCI 388 Global Positioning & Geographical Information Systems
Physics  19 semester hours
 3 PHYS 185 Introduction to Astronomy & 185L Lab
 5 PHYS 211 University Physics I & 211L Lab
 5 PHYS 213 University Physics II & 213L Lab
 3 PHYS 331 Introduction to Modern Physics
 Take one of the following:
 3 PHYS 451 Classical Mechanics
 3 PHYS 471 Quantum Mechanics
PreProfessional Teaching Core  18 semester hours
 1 EDFN 295 Practicum: PreAdmission
 2 EDFN 338 Foundations of American Education
 3 EPSY 302 Educational Psychology
 3 EPSY 428 Child & Adolescent Development
 3 INED 411 South Dakota Indian Studies
 3 PSYC 101 General Psychology (gen ed)
 3 SPED 100 Intro to Person with Exceptionalities
Professional Secondary Ed Teaching Core  26 semester hours
 3 EDFN 365 Computer Based Technology & Learning
 1 EDFN 375 Methods of Technology Integration
 1 SEED 440 Classroom Management
 2 MLED 480 Middle Level Methods
 3 SEED 408 Planning, Managing @ Assessing the 712 Diverse Classroom
 3 SEED 450 Reading and Content Literacy
 1 SEED 495 Practicum
 3 EDFN 475 Human Relations
 116 SEED 488 712 Student Teaching
Gen Ed Requirements  30 semester hours
 3 ENGL 101 Composition I
 3 ENGL 201 Composition II
 3 MATH Gen Ed  Mathematics satisfied by major
 3 CMST Gen Ed  Speech
 6* Gen Ed  Social Science
 6* Gen Ed  Arts & Humanities
 68 Gen Ed  Natural Science & Lab satisfied by major
A minor is NOT required with this major but electives are required to total 120 hours. Students are encouraged to pursue a minor.
A minor is not required with this major.
* Please refer to the course rotation guide to determine when courses are offered.
This emphasis is currently pending approval.
Required Core  21 Semester Hours
 4 MATH 123 Calculus I
 4 MATH 125 Calculus II
 4 MATH 225 Calculus III
 3 MATH 281 Introduction to Statistics
 3 MATH 361 Modern Geometry
 3 SEED 418 712 Math Methods
Mathematics & Computer Science Education Emphasis  27 Semester Hours
This is a collaboration between BHSU & South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Math
Take One of The Following:
 3 MATH 351 Foundations of Mathematics
 3 CSC 251 Finite Structures (SDSM&T Course)
Take One of The Following:
 3 MATH 413 Abstract Algebra
 3 MATH 423 Advanced Calculus
Computer Programming
1 CSC 210 C++ Intro for Programmers (SDSM&T Course)
Take One of The Following:
1 CSC 210 C++ Intro for Programmers (SDSM&T course)
3 CSC 115 TestDriven Software Develoment (SDSM&T course)
Take One of The Following:
 3 CSC 150 Computer Science
 3 CSC 170/L Programming for Engineer & Scientists Lecture and Lab (SDSM&T Course)
 3 CSC 115 TestDriven Software Development (SDSM&T Course)

 4 CSC 215 Programming Techniques (SDSM&T Course)
 4 CSC 315 Data Structures & Algorithms (SDSM&T Course)
Engineering
Take One of The Following:


 3 CENG 244/L Introduction to Digital Systems/Lab (SDSM&T Course)
 3 CSC 340 Software Engineering & Design (SDSM&T Course
Students seeking the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Career Cluster Endorsement for teaching Robotics should take CSC 415 Introduction to Robotics and an additional CTE Methods course.
Take 2 of the following electives:


 3 MATH 315 Linear Algebra
 3 MATH 316 Discrete Mathematics
 3 MATH 321 Differential Equations
 3 MATH 411 Theory of Numbers
 3 MATH 413 Abstract Algebra I
 3 MATH 416 Combinatorics
 3 MATH 423 Advanced Calculus I
 3 MATH 481 Probability and Statistics
 3 CSC 415 Introduction to Robotics
 3 CSC 415 Introduction to Robotics (SDSM&T Course)
PreProfessional Teaching Core  18 semester hours
 1 EDFN 295 Practicum: PreAdmission Teaching
 2 EDFN 338 Foundations of American Education
 3 EPSY 302 Educational Psychology
 3 EPSY 428 Child & Adolescent Development
 3 INED 411 South Dakota Indian Studies
 3 PSYC 101 General Psychology (gen ed)
 3 SPED 100 Into to Person with Exceptionalities
Professional Secondary Ed Teaching Core  26 semester hours
 EDFN 365 Computer Based Technology & Learning
 EDFN 375 Methods of Technology Integration
 EDFN 440 Classroom Managements
 MLED 480 Middle Level Methods
 SEED 408 Plan, Manage & Assess the 512 Diverse Classroom
 SEED 450 Reading and Content Literacy
 SEED 495 Practicum: PreStudent Teaching
 EDFN 475 Human Relations
 SEED 488 712 Student Teaching
Gen Ed Requirements  30 semester hours
 3 ENGL 101 Composition I
 3 ENGL 201 Composition II
 3 CMST  Gen Ed  Speech
 6* Gen Ed  Social Science
 6* Gen Ed  Arts & Humanities
 68 Gen Ed  Natural Science & Lab
A minor is NOT required with this major but electives are required to total 120 hours. Students are encouraged to pursue a minor.
A minor is not required with this major.
course rotation guide
to determine when courses are offered.
Minor in Mathematics  18 hours
 Required Core  8 semester hours
 4 MATH 123 Calculus I
 4 MATH 125 Calculus II
Take 10 credits from the following (34 classes):
 4 MATH 225 Calculus III
 3 MATH 315 Linear Algebra
 3 MATH 316 Discrete Mathematics
 3 MATH 321 Differential Equations
 3 MATH 351 Foundations of Mathematics
 3 MATH 361 Modern Geometry
 3 MATH 411 Theory of Numbers
 3 MATH 413 Abstract Algebra I
 3 MATH 416 Combinatorics
 3 MATH 421 Complex Analysis
 3 MATH 423 Advanced Calculus I
 3 MATH 440 Mathematics of Finance
 3 MATH 450 History of Mathematics
 3 MATH 461 Introduction to Topology
 3 MATH 481 Probability and Statistics
 3 MATH 487 Design of Experiments
Minor in Mathematics  Teaching  18 hours
 Required Core  14 semester hours
 4 MATH 123 Calculus I
 4 MATH 125 Calculus II
 3 MATH 361 Modern Geometry
 3 SEED 418 712 Math Methods
Take 4 credits from the following (12 classes):
 4 MATH 225 Calculus III
 3 MATH 315 Linear Algebra
 3 MATH 316 Discrete Mathematics
 3 MATH 321 Differential Equations
 3 MATH 351 Foundations of Mathematics
 3 MATH 411 Theory of Numbers
 3 MATH 413 Abstract Algebra I
 3 MATH 416 Combinatorics
 3 MATH 421 Complex Analysis
 3 MATH 423 Advanced Calculus I
 3 MATH 440 Mathematics of Finance
 3 MATH 450 History of Mathematics
 3 MATH 461 Introduction to Topology
 3 MATH 481 Probability and Statistics
 3 MATH 487 Design of Experiments
Research Minor  Mathematics
Individualized, guided mathematical research with a faculty mentor.