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## M 307 - Introduction to Abstract Mathematics. 3 Credits.

Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., M 172 or M 182. Designed to prepare students for upper?division proof?based mathematics courses. Topics include proof techniques, logic, sets, relations, functions and axiomatic methods. Students planning to take both M 221 and M 307 are encouraged to take M 221 first.

## Mathematics B.A. - Applied Mathematics

This degree concentration differs from the BA in Mathematics without a concentration only in the Concentration Requirements.

## Mathematics B.A.

This degree is the BA in Mathematics without a concentration. Students can add one or more of the concentrations in Applied Mathematics, Combinatorics & Optimization, Pure Mathematics, or Statistics to this degree by fulfilling the respective Concentration Requirements (achieved by taking specific Upper-Division Elective Courses). Typically, students declare one of these four concentrations during their sophomore or junior year. Note that the requirements for the Mathematics Education concentration are extensive and differ substantially from the requirements for the other concentrations. Students interested in Mathematics Education are encouraged to declare this concentration as early as possible, preferably during their first year at UM.

## Mathematics B.A. - Combinatorics and Optimization

This degree concentration differs from the BA in Mathematics without a concentration only in the Concentration Requirements.

## Mathematics B.A. - Pure Mathematics

This degree concentration differs from the BA in Mathematics without a concentration only in the Concentration Requirements.

## Economics B.A.

http://catalog.umt.edu/colleges-schools-programs/humanities-sciences/economics/ba-economics/

**...**should take **M** 171 and **M** 172 and consider **M** 221 , **M** **307** and ECNS**...**

## Mathematics B.A. - Statistics

**...**taken at UM-Missoula (only 3 if **M** **307** is taken at UM-Missoula).
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## Physics B.A. - Computational Physics

**...**Grade: C-
Math Requirements
Note: In addition, **M** **307** , STAT 341 , and STAT 458 are**...**