CIS Mathematics
Current CECS undergraduate students majoring in Computer and Information Science (CIS), Cybersecurity and Information Assurance (CIA), or Software Engineering (SE) may pursue a concurrent Bachelor of Science degree in CIS Mathematics. This makes it possible for CECS students to earn two degrees at the same time: a principal Bachelor of Science degree in CIS, CIA, or in SE and a separate concurrent Bachelor of Science degree in CIS Mathematics. Both degrees must be earned at the same time. The courses for the concurrent Bachelor of Science degree in CIS Mathematics cannot be used as elective credits for the principal degree, but must be taken in addition to the 120123 credits required for the Bachelor of Science degree in CIS, the Bachelor of Science degree in CIA, or the Bachelor of Science degree in SE.
The educational objectives of the concurrent Bachelor of Science program in CIS Mathematics are to prepare graduates to:
 Be able to develop innovative mathematical solutions to complex computational problems.
 Engage in continuous learning to advance their professional careers.
Dearborn Discovery Core (General Education)
All students must satisfy the University’s Dearborn Discovery Core requirements, in addition to the requirements for the major
Major Requirements
(Concurrent degree only)
The BS in CIS Mathematics degree requires a minimum of thirty credits in mathematics courses as follows:
Code  Title  Credit Hours 

Fifteen credits of mathematics courses required for the BS degree in CIS, CIA or in SE:  
MATH 115  Calculus I  4 
MATH 116  Calculus II  4 
MATH 227  Introduction to Linear Algebra  3 
CIS 275  Discrete Structures I  4 
Seven credits from the following two courses:  
MATH 215  Calculus III  4 
MATH 472  Introduction to Numerical Analysis  3 
or MATH 395  Elementary Number Theory  
Select a minimum of 89 credits from the following courses: ^{1, 4}  89  
Math Lang Proof & Struct  
Mathematical Interest Theory  
Topics in Mathematics (Prior approval by CECS for use in CIS Math degree needed)  
Elementary Number Theory  
Introduction to Cryptography  
Dynamical Systems  
Introduction to Modern Algebra  
Linear Algebra ^{2}  
Stochastic Processes  
Statistical Inference  
Mathematics of Finance  
Advanced Calculus I  
Advanced Calculus II  
Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems  
Functions of a Complex Variable with Applications ^{3}  
Introduction to Wavelets  
Mathematical Modeling  
Introduction to Numerical Analysis  
Matrix Computation  
Introduction to Topology  
Finite Difference Methods for Differential Equations  
Finite Element Methods for Differential Equations  
Applied Linear Algebra  
Topics in Mathematics (Prior approval by CECS for use in CIS Math degree needed)  
Total Credit Hours  3031 
 ^{ 1 }
8 credit hours can only be fulfilled by taking two 3credit hour classes from the approved list and two credit hours of topics/independent study in mathematics
 ^{ 2 }
 ^{ 3 }
 ^{ 4 }
Permission required to take a graduate course. Graduate tuition assessment applies.
The following CECS graduate courses may also be used towards the CIS Mathematics degree: CIS 451, CIS 515, CIS 551; ECE 555, ECE 560, ECE 567, ECE 580; IMSE 505, IMSE 510, IMSE 511; ME 518, provided that:

a minimum of nine hours is taken from the Mathematics department (MATH) courses beyond the 15 credit hours required for the CIS degrees

permission to take a graduate course is granted.