

* Note * One of COSC 480 or COSC 418 , but not both. UpperDivision Mathematics Electives (6–8 units)

MATH 331  Probability (4 units) 
MATH 374  Differential Equations (3 units) 
MATH 377 * or MATH 439 * 
Mathematical Models (3 units) * or Computational Probability Models (3 units) * 
MATH 378  Scientific Modeling and Simulations (3 units) 
MATH 437  Operations Research (3 units) 
MATH 451  Graph Theory (3 units) 
MATH 457  Differential Geometry (3 units) 
MATH 465  Theory of Numbers (3 units) 
MATH 467  Algebraic Structures (3 units) 
MATH 473  Introductory Real Analysis (4 units) 
MATH 475  Complex Analysis (3 units) 
MATH 477  Topology (3 units) 
* Note * One of MATH 377 or MATH 439, but not both.
COSC 417  Introduction to the Theory of Computing (3 units) 
COSC 436  Objectoriented Design and Programming (3 units) 
COSC 483  Design and Analysis of Algorithms (3 units) 
COSC 412  Software Engineering (3 units) 
COSC 441  Computer Performance Evaluation (3 units) 
COSC 459  Computer Simulation and Modeling (3 units) 
COSC 484  Webbased Programming (3 units) 
COSC 441  Computer Performance Evaluation (3 units) 
COSC 459  Computer Simulation and Modeling (3 units) 
COSC 484  Webbased Programming (3 units) 
COSC 417  Introduction to the Theory of Computing (3 units) 
COSC 436  Objectoriented Design and Programming (4 units) 
COSC 461  Computer Performance Evaluation (3 units) 
COSC 471  Computer Graphics (3 units) 
COSC 483  Design and Analysis of Algorithms (3 units) 
A sequence of two lab courses taken from physics, biology or chemistry, which must be accepted in that major. One additional 4unit course or two additional 3unit courses from physics, biology or chemistry, also accepted in that major (except PHYS 244 and 337), with the requirement that 12 units of science be met.
Note: COMM 131 Fundamentals of Speech Communication (3 units) must be taken to fulfill the
General Education Requirement in Category II.B.3.
In addition to the required and elective courses listed above that comprise the combined major in mathematics and computer science, other resources that will help the student complete this major are:
Department of Mathematics
7800 York Road, Room 316 (campus map)
Hours: Monday  Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: 4107043091
Fax: 4107044149
Email: math@towson.edu
• Core Curriculum Requirements Checklist (PDF) • GenEd Requirements Checklist (PDF) (for graduation under catalogs prior to 20112012) 