Major
The requirements of a major in mathematics vary according to the objectives of the student. The seven courses required of all mathematics majors are 161 (or 171), 162 (or 172), 210, 230, 310, 461 (or 561), 433 (or 533). An additional four courses are required, selected from one of the following options:

Core Mathematics: four of 510, 512, 531, 532, 534, 551, 562 (in Spring 2013, the topics course in knot theory, MTH 591, is also acceptable).

Applied Analysis: 311, 512, 513514 or 515516 (coursework in physics is desirable).

Computational Mathematics: 320, 517 (same as CSC 517), 520521.

Secondary School Teaching: 224, 309, and two of: 502, 504, 505 (this option is only for those obtaining a teaching credential).

Mathematical Economics: MTH 524525, ECO 512 or ECO 520 or ECO 521, ECO 533.
It would be useful for students planning to do graduate study in mathematics to complete the following courses: 531, 532, 533, 534, 561, 562.
Students interested in actuarial science should choose the Probability and Statistics option; for these students a finance minor is recommended.
Transfer students will be permitted to apply up to 14 transfer credits towards the major; however, the courses 461 (or 561) and 433 (or 533) must be completed at the University of Miami.
A grade of C or better is required for each course applied toward the major; the overall quality point average for University of Miami courses applied toward the major must be 2.5 or above.
The general requirements (beyond mathematics) for the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees are specified in the Arts and Sciences section of the University of Miami Academic Bulletin.
A combined major in meteorology and mathematics is available. For specific information please see the METEOROLOGY section of the Bulletin.
Minor
A minor in mathematics requires three of the following courses which must be taken in the Department of Mathematics, University of Miami: 210, 211 (or 310), 224, 230, 309, 311, 320, 359, 433, 461; 500level mathematics courses with departmental approval.
A grade of C or better is required for each of the three courses applied toward the minor; the quality point average for the three courses must be 2.5 or above.
Departmental Honors
Requirements for departmental honors in Mathematics:
Three twocourse sequences from 513514, 515516, 520521, 524525, 531532, 533534, 561562; the student must attain at least a B in each course used to fulfill this requirement. In addition, the student must attain at least a 3.5 average among courses counted toward the mathematics major and an overall (universitywide) average of at least 3.3.
For requirements leading to the Master of Arts, Master of Science, or Doctor of Philosophy degrees, with a major in mathematics, see the Bulletin of the Graduate School.