Major in Mathematics (B.A.)
Students majoring in
mathematics take a minimum of 13 courses (41 credits). Majors are expected to
maintain a C average in all required courses, with no grade less than C- in any
mathematics major core course.
- Discrete Mathematics
- Calculus III
- Linear Algebra
- Differential Equations
- Analysis I and II
- Abstract Algebra
- Statistical Theory I and II
- Scientific Programming
- Physics I and II
While Calculus I and II are
not included in the major requirements, they or their equivalents are
prerequisites for several required courses.
Double Major in Mathematics and
Secondary Education (B.A.S.)
In preparation for teaching mathematics at the secondary
level, students complete the courses required for a bachelor’s degree in
mathematics, which are designed to meet the standards published by the
Mathematical Association of America, and must also complete the requirements
for secondary education.
Minor in Mathematics
Students completing a minor in mathematics take six courses (18 credits)
in mathematical sciences in consultation with the department chair.