Course Requirements

For specific course requirements and detailed class descriptions, visit the current JBU Catalog.

Sample Four-Year Plans

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree with major in Mathematics

Mathematics 4 Year Plan

First Year Fall (Even Year)   First Year Spring (Odd Year)
BBL   1013   Old Testament Survey   EGL   1023   English II
COR   1002   Gateway Seminar   HST   1023   Western Civilization II
EGL   1013   English I   KIN   1002   Wellness for Life
HST   1013   Western Civilization I   MTH   1144   Calculus II
MTH   1134   Calculus I       ___3   Minor/Elective
        Total Hours 15           Total Hours 15
Second Year Fall (Odd Year)   Second Year Spring (Even Year)
BBL   1023   New Testament Survey   MTH   2123   Vector Calculus
BIO   1003   Biological Science   MTH   3183   Probability and Statistics
CS   1113   Introduction to Computing       ___3   Social Science Elective
KIN   1__1   Wellness Activity       ___3   Minor/Elective
MTH   2114   Linear Algebra & Diff. Equations       ___3   Minor/Elective
POL   2013   American Government           Total Hours 15
        Total Hours 17            
Third Year Fall (Even Year)   Third Year Spring (Odd Year)
MTH   3103   Foundations of Mathematics   BBL   3003   Evangelical Theology
PHY   2114   General Physics I   MTH   4143   Real Analysis
    ___3   Arts Elective   PHY   2124   General Physics II
    ___3   Philosophy Elective       ___3   Minor/Elective
    ___3   Minor/Elective       ___3   Minor/Elective
        Total Hours 16           Total Hours 16
Fourth Year Fall (Odd Year)   Fourth Year Spring (Even Year)
BBL   4002   Cap. Seminar in Christian Life   EGL   4003   Masterpieces of Literature
MTH   ___3   Mathematics Elective   GSC   4133   Faith and Science
MTH   ___3   Mathematics Elective   MTH   4123   Abstract Algebra
MTH    4101   Readings       ___3   Minor/Elective
    ___3   Global Studies Core Elective       ___3   Minor/Elective
    ___3   Minor/Elective           Total Hours 15
        Total Hours 15            


Total Hours for Four Years: 124
† The order of alternate year courses will differ depending on whether a student begins his/her studies at JBU in an even or an odd year.

Did You Know?

Application-oriented textbooks

Professors Frank Blume and Calvin Piston wrote "Applied Calculus for Scientists and Engineers," a well designed and application-oriented textbook used within the calculus courses at JBU.