2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    May 30, 2023  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mathematics, BA

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The mission of the mathematics program is to provide students with a mathematical education which prepares them to understand, communicate, and apply mathematics. As a result, our graduates will be able to continue their mathematical education in graduate school, become effective secondary school mathematics teachers, or apply their mathematical knowledge and thinking ability in service or industry.

A major in mathematics includes the following:

Additional Information

Supporting courses are recommended in chemistry, physics, computer science, or business.

Recommended preparation for graduate study in mathematics: same as major requirements. MATH 331, 422 and 435 should be included in the five additional courses; physics and/or chemistry enrichment courses are suggested. For graduate study in statistics, MATH 210, 304, 331, 422 are recommended.

Integrated Mathematics

The mathematics major meets the requirements for secondary teaching licensure in Integrated Mathematics when the following requirements are met. If the requirements for secondary teaching licensure in integrated mathematics are met, the requirements for the major in mathematics will also be satisfied.

Bypass Credit

The following courses have been approved for bypass credit upon successful completion (“C” or higher) of the listed courses (see Academic Policies and Procedures  for more information):

Completed Course

Course(s) Approved for Bypass Credit

MATH 201

MATH 150

MATH 202

MATH 150, 201

MATH 331

MATH 150, 201, 202

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