Departmental Honors Requirements
Honors thesis supervision will be undertaken by a faculty member approved by the Departmental Honors Coordinator, the student’s Faculty Advisor, and the Departmental Chairperson. The thesis must be submitted and defended in accordance with the Senior Thesis Guide and must be signed by the thesis supervisor.
A graduate course (5000+) may fulfill 3 of the above 12 hours with permission of the Dean of the Honors College, the Departmental Honors Coordinator, and the Graduate Coordinator. (A graduate course may not replace Mathematics 4644.)
Students in the departmental honors program must complete all requirements for graduation with a degree in Mathematics, Mathematics with Teacher Certification, or Mathematics and Computer Science. The following substitutions may be made:
A mathematics honors seminar in any area may be substituted for the major requirement in that area, or for any elective towards the major, with permission of the Department Honors Coordinator and the Departmental Chairperson. (Example: An honors seminar in Probability may be substituted for Mathematics 3701.)
A mathematics graduate course (5000+) in any area may be substituted for the major requirement in that area with permission of the Departmental Honors Coordinator and the Departmental Chairperson.
At least 12 hours, which must include Mathematics 4644, from among the following Honors courses: