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Mathematics and Statistics (BA/BS)

The following table presents the number of
Mathematics and Statistics

majors for the last five years.


FS2006

FS2007

FS2008

FS2009

FS2010

Math/Stat

BA

12

9

11

21

26

Math/Stat

BS

14

16

22

23

35


Total

26

15

33

44

61


Following are the number of degrees awarded to Mathematics and Statistics majors over the last four years:


AY2006

AY2007

AY2008

AY2009

AY2010

Math/Stat BA

3

1

2

2

2

Math/Stat BS

10

7

7

6

8


Total

13

8

9

8

10


The following Mathematics and
Statistics courses support General Education at UMKC:



Course Enrollment

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

MATH 110

College Algebra

312

263

691

254

532

283

371

MATH 116

Mathematics for Liberal Arts

102

96

75

81

84

75

85

MATH 206

Brief Calculus and Matrix Algebra

97

84

71

80

87

79

85

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342


The following courses are required for students in the Chemistry BS program (CIP 40.0501):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

MATH
250

Calculus III

53

77

77

51

53

46

44

One higher level course, usually:

Yes

MATH
300

Linear Algebra I

25

22

26

16

19

9

21


The following course is required for students in the Chemistry BA program (CIP 40.0501):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH 110

College Algebra

312

263

691

254

532

283

371


The following courses are either required or recommended for students in the Economics BA program (CIP
45.0601):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH 110

College
Algebra

312

263

691

254

532

283

371

No

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342


The following course is required for students in the
Environmental Studies

BA/BS program (CIP 03.0104):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342


The following course is required for students in the
Geography
BS
program (CIP 45.0701):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342


The following course is required for students in the
Geology

BA program (CIP 40.0601):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342

The following courses are required for students in the
Geology

BS program (CIP 40.0601):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342


The following courses are required for students in the
Liberal Arts

BLA program (CIP 24.0101):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH 110

College Algebra

312

263

691

254

532

283

371

Yes

MATH
116

Mathematics for Liberal Arts

102

96

75

81

84

75

85

Yes

MATH 120

Precalculus

78

90

46

68

33

74

40

Yes

MATH 206

Brief Calculus and Matrix Algebra

97

84

71

80

87

79

85

Or

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318


The following courses are
required for students in the Physics BS program (CIP 40.0801):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

MATH
250

Calculus III

53

77

77

51

53

46

44


The following courses are required for students in the Biology BS program (CIP 26.0101):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342



The following courses are required for students in the Civil Engineering BSCIE program (CIP 14.0801):




Course
Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

MATH
250

Calculus III

53

77

77

51

53

46

44

Yes

MATH
345

Ordnry
Diffrntl Equatns

19

11

28

16

24

21

28


The following courses are required for students in the Mechanical Engineering BSME program (CIP 14.1901):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

MATH
250

Calculus III

53

77

77

51

53

46

44

Yes

MATH
345

Ordnry Diffrntl Equatns

19

11

28

16

24

21

28


The following courses are required for students in the
Information Technology BIT program (CIP 11.0103):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342


The following courses are required for students in the Computer Science BS program (CIP 11.0701):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

MATH
250

Calculus III

53

77

77

51

53

46

44

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342


The following courses are required for students in the Computer Science BA program (CIP 11.0701):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342

Or

Yes

STAT 436

Intro Math Statistics I

24

9

17

11

18

5

9


The following course is required for students in the Early Childhood Education BA program (CIP 13.1210):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
130

Math Teach:Number System

77

72

85

54

64

68

67




The following courses are required for students in the Elementary Education BA program (CIP 13.1202):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
130

Math Teach:Number System

77

72

85

54

64

68

67

Yes

MATH
140

Math Teach:Elem Geomtry

66

69

55

55

48

62

64


The following courses are required for students in the Middle School Math Education BA program (CIP 13.1203):




Course
Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH 110

College Algebra

312

263

691

254

532

283

371

Yes

MATH 120

Precalculus

78

90

46

68

33

74

40

Yes

MATH 125

Trigonometry

123

124

95

168

69

158

72

Yes

MATH
130

Math Teach:Number System

77

72

85

54

64

68

67

Yes

MATH
140

Math Teach:Elem Geomtry

66

69

55

55

48

62

64

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Or

Yes

MATH
244

Math For Teachers:Calc

8







Yes

MATH 214

Math Teachers:Algeb



10


15


6

Or

Yes

MATH
224

Math Teachers: Geometry

20



14


1


One elective among:











Yes

MATH 204

Math Teach:Math Immersio



14


8



Yes

MATH 214

Math Teachers:Algeb



10


15


6

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

MATH
224

Math Teachers:
Geometry

20



14


1


Yes

MATH
301

Solid Ground:Sets&Proofs

21

16

28

15

16

18

11


The following courses are required for students in the Secondary Math Education BA program (CIP 13.1205):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

MATH
210

Calculus I

214

168

391

155

358

152

318

Yes

MATH
220

Calculus I
I

95

87

86

68

71

80

74

Yes

MATH
250

Calculus III

53

77

77

51

53

46

44

Yes

STAT 235

Elementary Statistics

282

327

267

298

377

282

342

Yes

MATH
300

Linear Algebra I

25

22

26

16

19

9

21

Yes

MATH
301

Solid Ground:Sets&Proofs

21

16

28

15

16

18

11

Yes

MATH
402

Advanced Analysis I

28

26


21


19


Yes

MATH 410

Modern Algebra





13


23

Or

Yes

MATH
420

Linear Algebra II

23

14


12


13


Yes

MATH
424

Math
Secon Teachers: Geo

7



8


9


Yes

MATH 464WI

History Of Mathematics



13


9


15

One elective among:











Yes

MATH
345

Ordnry Diffrntl Equatns

19

11

28

16

24

21

28

Yes

MATH
407

Intro Complex Variable

15

14




9


Yes

MATH
430

Numerical Analysis I

11

17


17


11


Yes

STAT 436

Intro Math Statistics I

24

9

17

11

18

5

9




The
MATH 110: College Algebra
course is a prerequisite for the following courses at UMKC:



ACCTING 210

Introduction to Financial Accounting



CHEM 180 P

Basic Chemistry



CHEM 181 P

Experimental Basic Chemistry



CHEM 182 P

Special Projects in Chemistry



CHEM 211

General Chemistry I



CHEM 211 L

Experimental General Chemistry I



CJC/SOC 363

Introduction to Statistics in Sociology/Criminal Justice



CIT 105 P

Foundations of Computing and Pro
blem Solving



COMP
-
SCI 101

Problem Solving and Programming I



COMP
-
SCI 100

Computer Survival: Applications



C
OMP
-
S
CI 191

Discrete Structures



ENV
-
DSN 348

Structural Systems in Architecture I



ECON 5521

Mathematical Economics



MIS 202

Computer Applications in
Management



MIS 203

Computer Applications for Business



NAT
-
SCI 308 P

Physical Measurements



NAT
-
SCI 425 P

Introduction to Quantitative Methods



PHYS
ICS

150

Introduction to Astronomy



PHYSICS 210

General Physics I



PSYCH 316

Quantitative Methods in Psychology



TCH
-
ED 153

Math Methods for U
rban Education Teachers: Number Systems



TCH
-
ED 254

Math Methods for Urban Education Teachers:
Geometry



TCH
-
ED 258

Math Methods for Urban Educ
ation Teachers: Probability and
Statistics


The
MATH 11
6
:
Mathematics for Liberal Arts

course is a prerequisite for the following courses at UMKC:



CJC/SOC 363

Introduction to Statistics in Sociology/Criminal Justice



NAT
-
SCI 425 P

Introduction to Quantitative Methods



PSYCH 316

Quantitative Methods in Psychology


The
MATH 1
2
0:
Precalculus

co
urse is a prerequisite for the following courses at UMKC:



CHEM 341

Analytical Chemistry I: Quantitative Analysis



PHYS
ICS

210

General Physics I


The
MATH 1
25
:
Trigonometry

course is a prerequisite for the following courses at UMKC:



PHYSICS 210

General Physi
cs I




The
MATH
2
10:
Calculus I

course is a prerequisite for the following courses at UMKC:



CHEM 431

Physical Chemistry I



CHEM 432

Physical Chemistry II



CHEM 437 WI

Experimental Physical Chemistry I



C
OMP
-
S
CI 352

Data Structures & Algorithms



E&C
-
ENGR

216

Engineering Computation



E&C
-
E
NGR

230

Biological Engineering



ECON 421

Mathematical Economics



LIFE
-
SCI 401

Biophysical Principles



MEC
-
ENGR 219

Computer Programming for Engineers



PHARM 7110

Professional Skills II: Pharmacy Calculations



PHYSICS

240

Physics

for Science & Engineering I



PHYSICS

310

Mechanics I



PHYSICS

410

Thermal Physics



PHYSICS

413

Computational Physics



PHYSICS

420

Optics



PHYSICS

460

Electricity & Magnetism I


The
MATH 220
:
Calculus
I
I

course is a prerequisite for the following courses a
t UMKC:



CIV
-
ENGR 319

Engineering Statistics and Computation



CHEM 431

Physical Chemistry I



CHEM 432

Physical Chemistry II



CHEM 437 WI

Experimental Physical Chemistry I



CIV
-
ENGR 219

Computer Programming for Engineers



LS
-
BIOC 360 L

Laboratory in Biochemistry

and Molecular Biology



ME
C
-
ENGR

299

Engineering Thermodynamics



PHYSICS 250

Physics for Science & Engineering II



PHYSICS 310

Mechanics I



PHYSICS 410

Thermal Physics



PHYSICS 413

Computational Physics



PHYSICS 420

Optics



PHYSICS 460

Electricity &
Magnetism I




The
MATH 25
0:
Calculus
II
I

course is a prerequisite for the following courses at UMKC:



C
IV
-
E
NGR

275

Engineering Statics



CHEM 432

Physical Chemistry II



CHEM 437 WI

Experimental Physical Chemistry I



C
OMP
-
S
CI 393

Numerical Analysis and Symbolic Computation



C
OMP
-
S
CI

394R

Applied Probability



C
OMP
-
S
CI 411

Introduction to Telecommunications Networks



E
&
C
-
E
NGR

302

Electromagnetic Field Theory



E
&
C
-
E
NGR

341

Engineering Mathematics



E
&
C
-
E
NGR

490

Digital Computer Applicat
ions in Engineering



ME
C
-
ENGR

360

Thermal System Design



PHYSICS 330

Methods of Theoretical Physics I



PHYSICS 413

Computational Physics



STAT

436

Introduction to Mathematical Statistics I


The
MATH 345
:
Ordinary Differential Equations

course is a prerequisi
te for the following courses at UMKC:



C
IV
-
E
NGR

5607

Numerical Methods in Engineering



CIV
-
ENGR 5621

Continuum Mechanics



CIV
-
ENGR 321

Structural Analysis I



CIV
-
ENGR 351

Fluid Mechanics



CIV
-
ENGR 446

Limnology



CIV
-
ENGR 5679

Dynamics of Structures



E
&
C
-
E
NGR

276

Circuit Theory I



E
&
C
-
E
NGR

334

Physical Electronics



MATH 406

Partial Differential Equations



MATH 407

Introduction to Complex Variables



ME
C
-
ENGR

306

Computer
-
Aided Engineering



ME
C
-
ENGR

385

System Dynamics



ME
C
-
ENGR

399

Heat and Mass Transfer



ME
C
-
ENGR

455

Digital Control of Mechanical Systems



ME
C
-
ENGR

5
558
Dynamical Theory



MEC
-
ENGR 220

Electric Circuits



MEC
-
ENGR 351

Fluid Mechanics



MEC
-
ENGR 5621

Continuum Mechanics



MEC
-
ENGR 5679

Dynamics of Structures



PHARM 5533

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokin
etics



PHYS
IC

S
350

Modern Physics with Engineering Applications



PHYS
ICS

413

Computational Physics



The
STAT 235
:
Elementary Statistics

course is a prerequisite for the following courses at UMKC:



C
OMP
-
S
CI

394R

Applied Probability



CIV
-
ENGR 320

Introducti
on to Factorial Design



DSOM 309

Intermediate Business Statistics



DSOM 326

Production/Operations Management



DSOM 346

Management Analysis



ECON 425

Intermediate Economic Statistics



MIS 402

Information Management


The
STAT 236
:
Applied Statistics for Public
Administration

course is a prerequisite for the following courses at
UMKC:



COMP
-
SCI 394R

Applied Probability



ECON 425

Intermediate Economic Statistics

The
STAT 436
:
Introduction to Mathematical Statistics I

course is a prerequisite for the following
courses at
UMKC:



E&C
-
ENGR
5
586
Pattern Recognition




STAT 441

Introduction to Mathematical Statistics II


Unique Courses for Mathematics and Statistics

Majors

The following Mathematics and Statistics courses are taken by students in the Mathematics and Sta
tistics
program only:



Course Enrollment

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

MATH
407

Intro Complex Variable

15

14




9


MATH 412

Advanced Analysis II





2



MATH 440

Numerical Analysis II







6

MATH 490

Special Topics




1

2

1

2


Thus, 12% of the courses offered through Mathematics and Statistics are unique to the Mathematics and
Statistics program.



Physics (BA/BS)

The following table presents the number of Physics majors for the last five years.


FS2006

FS2007

FS2008

FS2009

FS2010

Physics BA

6

5

5

5

4

Physics BS

15

14

13

17

24


Total

21

19

18

22

28


Following are the number of degrees awarded to Physics majors over the last four years:


AY2006

AY2007

AY2008

AY2009

AY2010

Physics BA

0

0

0

1

0

Physics BS

4

3

2

4

6


Total

4

3

2

5

6


The following Physics courses support General Education at UMKC:



Course Enrollment

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

PHYS 110L

Fnds Physical Sci Lab I






33


PHYS 130

Physics of Sports

49


114


78


50

PHYS 140

How Things Work

94

72

89


117


120

PHYS 140L

How Things Work Lab

43


45


76


70

PHYS 150

Intro Astro: Grav & Mot in Uni

78

50


53

41

34


PHYS 155

Intro Astro: Int of Lght & Mat



71





PHYS 160

Vision & Imaging: Light/Elect




19


7


PHYS 171

Physics/future Presidents

41

70

43


26




The following courses are required for students in the Biology BA program (CIP 26.0101):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General

Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396


The following courses are required or recommended for students in the Biology BS program (CIP 26.0101):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396

Yes

PHYS 220

General Physics II

148

122

271

137

251

102

228

No

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

No

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116



Students in certain emphasis areas within the BS program are required to take Physics 240 and Physics 250. These emphasis ar
eas include:
Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Cell and Molecular basis of Health and Disease, and the Pre
-
Dental concentration.




T
he following courses are required for students in the Chemistry BA program (CIP 40.0501):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396

No

PHYS 310

Mechanics I

18

14


13


12


No

PHYS 350

Modern Physcs Engnr Appl

13

10


4



10

No

PHYS 385L

Physics of Electronics

Lab



24


6


28

No

PHYS 395L

Comp Interfacing Lab

9



9




No

PHYS 480

Electron Scan Probe Microscopy


10




14



The following courses
are required or recommended for students in the Chemistry BS program (CIP 40.0501):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396

Yes

PHYS 220

General Physics II

148

122

271

137

251

102

228

No

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

No

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116

No

PHYS 310

Mechanics I

18

14


13


12


No

PHYS 350

Modern Physcs Engnr Appl

13

10


4



10

No

PHYS 385L

Physics of Electronics

Lab



24


6


28

No

PHYS 395L

Comp Interfacing Lab

9



9




No

PHYS 480

Electron Scan Probe Microscopy


10




14




Chemistry majors with a minor in Physics are required to take Physics 240 and Physics 250.

The
following courses are required or serve as electives for students in the Environmental Studies BA program
(CIP 03.0104):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396

No

PHYS 480

Electron Scan Probe Microscopy


10




14



The following courses are required or serve as electives for students in the Geography BA program (CIP
45.0701):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396

No

PHYS 480

Electron Scan Probe Microscopy


10




14



The following courses are required or serve as electives for students in the Geology BA program (CIP 40.0601):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

Yes

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116

Although they can take:

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396

Yes

PHYS 220

General Physics II

148

122

271

137

251

102

228

No

PHYS 480

Electron Scan Probe Microscopy


10




14




The following courses are required for students in the Architectural Studies program (CIP
04.0401):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396


The following courses are required for students in the Information Technology BIT program
(CIP 11.0103):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 210

General Physics I

316

358

516

302

466

268

396


The following courses are required for students in the Civil Engineering BSCIE program

(CIP 14.0801):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

Yes

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116


The following courses are
required for students in the Mechanical Engineering BSME program (CIP 14.1901):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

Yes

PHYS 250

Phys
Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116


The following courses are required for students in the Computer Science BS program (CIP 11.0701):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci

& Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

Yes

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116


The following courses are required or serve as electives for students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering
BS program (CIP 14.1001):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

Yes

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116

No

PHYS 420

Optics

17



13





The following courses are
required for students in the Secondary Education BA (Natural Sciences Physics
emphasis) program (CIP 13.1205):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

Yes

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116


The following courses are strongly recommended for students in the Mathematics and Statistics BS program (CIP
27.9999):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

No

PHYS 240

Phys For Sci & Engr I

172

120

142

122

116

146

94

No

PHYS 250

Phys Sci & Engr II

112

94

94

58

98

66

116

These students also may take:

No

PHYS 460

Elect & Magnetism I

14

8


5


7


No

PHYS 461

Elect & Magnetism II



5


4


5


Unique Courses for
Physics
Majors

There are almost always students from other disciplines in all physics courses. However, the following courses
tend to have the fewest non
-
physics students in them

only:



Course Enrollment

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

PHYS 410

Thermal Physics


17




8


PHYS 450

Intro Solid St Physics

6



11




PHYS 472

Intro Quantum Mechanics



4


12


5

PHYS 490

Special Problems



2


3

1

3

PHYS 499

Undergrad Research

1

2

5


4














Geography (BA/BS)

The following table presents the number of Geography majors for the last five years.


FS2006

FS2007

FS2008

FS2009

FS2010

Geography BA

11

4

8

11

10

Geography BS

10

9

7

8

11


Total

21

13

15

19

21


Following are the number of degrees awarded to
Geography

majors over the last four years:


AY2006

AY2007

AY2008

AY2009

AY2010

Geography BA

1

3

1

0

3

Geography BS

2

3

4

4

2


Total

3

6

5

4

5


The following Geography courses support General Education
at UMKC:



Course Enrollment

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

GEOG 105

Intro Elements Geography

46

45

50

42

48

46

50

GEOG 150

Intro To Physical Geog




2




GEOG 200

World Geography I



79


56


65

GEOG 202

World Geography
II

39

26


26


31


GEOG 203

Intro Geog Info System

44

34

44

27

52

38

34

GEOG 210

Human Geography



29


14



GEOG 215

Intro Weather & Climate

38

52


52


32



Students in the French BA program (CIP 16.0901), German BA program (CIP 16.0501), and the Spanish BA
program (CIP 16.0905) often take the following courses:




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

No

GEOG 340

Reg Geog Of Us & Canada







16

No

GEOG 341

Regional Geog S America

19








Students in the Environmental Studies BA program (CIP 03.0104) and the Environmental Science BS program
(CIP 03.0104) often take the following course:




Course
Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

No

GEOG 499WI

Geography Seminar



5


6


4





Students in the Economics BA program (CIP 45.0601) often take the following courses:




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

No

GEOG 203

Intro Geog Info System

44

34

44

27

52

38

34

No

GEOG 309

Urban Geography



24


23


22

No

GEOG 401

Adv Geog Info Science

18

16




6



Students in the Urban Planning &

Design BA program (CIP 04.0301) often take the following course:




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

No

GEOG 309

Urban Geography



24


23


22


Students in the Sociology BA program (CIP 45.1101) often take the following courses:




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

No

GEOG 203

Intro Geog Info System

44

34

44

27

52

38

34

No

GEOG 401

Adv
Geog Info Science

18

16




6



The following courses are required for students in the Secondary Education BA (Social Studies emphasis)
program (CIP 13.1205):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

GEOG 200

World Geography I



79


56


65

3 additional hours in the social sciences that can be met with a Geography course.


The following courses are required for students in the Secondary Education BA (Natural Sciences/Eaarth

Sciences emphasis) program (CIP 13.1205):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

GEOG 319

Dscrp&Synptc Meteorology

30

32

42

20

30

28

24

3 additional hours in the social sciences that can be met
with a Geography course.

The following course is required for students who are pursuing the Graduate Certificate in Waste Management
(CIP 03.0201):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

GEOL 335

Intro To Waste Managemnt

13

6


10


9







The following courses are required for students who are pursuing the Advanced Certificate in Geographic
Information Systems (has not been approved by MDHE yet):




Course Enrollment

Required

Number

Title

FS2010

FS2009

SP2010

FS2008

SP2009

FS2007

SP2008

Yes

GEOG 203

Intro Geog Info System

44

34

44

27

52

38

34

Yes

GEOG 450

Gis Fund Research Appl

12

12

6

10

8


2

Yes

GEOG 5507

Adv Geog Info Science

8

14




16


Requires three elective courses from a list that
includes:

No

GEOG 5502

Env Rem Sens Dig Ima Anl



12


10


10

No

GEOG 444/5544

Spatial Data Analysis



14


21


8

No

GEOG 5548

Satellite Climatology



3




3

No

GEOG 5598D

St: Adv Gis Remote Sense

2

1


1

1

5

2


Unique Courses for Geography Majors

There
are no unique courses for Geography majors alone. All of the usual lecture courses in Geography have
students from other programs enrolled.

Evidence of Employer Demand

Graduates in Geography can expect to enter a favorable job market. Our past graduates
have been successfully
employed by Garmin, Inc., the Defense mapping Agency/ Geospatial imaging Center, the National Park Service,
and many other government and private employers.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics reports the following information on

careers directly related to the
Geography BA/BS degree program, clearly illustrating the need for students trained in these fields
.

Geographers
: “Overall employment is projected to grow
much faster than
average
, but varies by detailed
occupation. For anthropologists and archaeologists, opportunities will be best with management, scientific, and
technical consulting services companies. For geographers, opportunities will be best for those who have GIS
expe
rience or knowledge.
Keen competition

is expected for historian jobs

because the number of applicants
typically outnumbers the number of positions available.”
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos315.htm#projections_data



Employment of geographers is expected to increase by 26 percent because the Federal Government

the largest
employer

is projected to grow faster than in the past. Outside of

the Federal Government, geographers will be
needed to advise businesses, local municipalities, real estate developers, utilities, and telecommunications firms
regarding where to build new roads, buildings, power plants, and cable lines. Geographers also w
ill be needed to
advise about environmental matters, such as where to build a landfill and where to preserve wetland habitats
.”
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos315.htm#projections_data


Geographers with a background in GIS will find numerous job opportunities applying GIS technology in
nontraditional areas, such as emergency assistance, where GISs can track the locations of ambulances, police,
and fire rescue units and their proximity to
the emergency. Workers in these jobs may not be called
"geographers," but instead may be referred to by a different title, such as

GIS analyst


or

GIS specialist.
’”

http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos315.htm#projections_data

Surveyors,
cartographers
, & photogrammetrists: “These occupations should experience
faster than average

employment growth. Surveyors, cartographers, an
d photogrammetrists who have a bachelor's degree and strong
technical skills should have
favorable job prospects
.” A +27% change is projected for the period 2008
-
2018 for
cartographers and photogrammetr
ists.
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos040.htm#outlook

Atmospheric scientists
: Employment is expected to increase
faster than average
. Applicant
s face
keen
competition
; those with graduate degrees should enjoy better prospects than those with only a bachelor’s
degree.” A +15% change in employment is projected for the period 2008
-
2018.
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos051.htm#outlook