

Majorlevel courses follow a twoyear, alternating rotation; so, it
is important to know whether the current academic year is a "year one" or a "year two." See the table below.
The first pair of schedules shows the years and the courses
offered; the second pair of schedules shows the exact course schedule for
a student's registration in all four years at Oglethorpe!
IMPORTANT WARNINGS:
If you get "out of sync," you may delay your
graduation and/or have to take courses at other Atlanta universities
through the ARCHE to complete your degree.
In addition to mathematics courses, every mathematics major must pass CSC 201/Introduction to Programming (with a grade of "C" or better. This is a fall course with no prerequisites. Thus, in one of a student's four fall semester, he/she must take this course.
Year One

Fall Semester
2012 or 2014 
Spring Semester
2013 or 2015 
Calculus I 
Calculus II 
Calculus III 
Calculus IV 
Proof & Logic: An Introduction
to PostCalculus Mathematics 
Linear Algebra 
Probability 
Real Analysis 
Introduction to Programming 
Senior Seminar (Semester of First Offering To Be Announced) 

Year Two

Fall Semester
2013 or 2015 
Spring Semester
2014 or 2016

Calculus I 
Calculus II 
Calculus III 
Calculus IV 
Proof & Logic: An Introduction
to PostCalculus Mathematics 
Differential Equations 
Abstract Algebra 
Advanced Special Topics in Mathematics 
Introduction to Programming 
Senior Seminar (Semester of First Offering To Be Announced) 
A freshman who enters in Year One (20122013 or 20142015) should
be advised as follows: 

Fall Semester 
Spring Semester 
Freshman Year 
Calculus I 
Calculus II 
Sophomore Year 
Calculus III
Proof & Logic: An Introduction to PostCalculus Mathematics 
Calculus IV
Differential Equations 
Junior Year 
Probability 
Linear Algebra
Real Analysis 
Senior Year 
Abstract Algebra 
Differential Equations (if not already taken)
Advanced Special Topics in Mathematics
Senior Seminar in Mathematics 
As noted above, during one of a student's four fall semesters, he/she must take CSC 201/Introduction to Programming. 
A freshman who enters in Year Two (20132014 or 20152016) should be advised as follows: 

Fall Semester 
Spring Semester 
Freshman Year 
Calculus I 
Calculus II 
Sophomore Year 
Calculus III
Proof & Logic: An Introduction to PostCalculus Mathematics
Probability (if a student wishes to become an actuary) 
Calculus IV
Linear
Algebra

Junior Year 
Abstract Algebra 
Differential Equations
Advanced Special Topics in Mathematics 
Senior Year 
Probability (if not already taken) 
Real Analysis
Senior Seminar in Mathematics 
As noted above, during one of a student's four fall semesters, he/she must take CSC 201/Introduction to Programming. 
