Requirements

The Mathematics Major offers a sequence of mathematics courses of high academic standards and in sufficient depth that will prepare students for a variety of careers and/or further study. Students will:

  • Communicate mathematical results using the language and symbols of mathematics.
  • Apply basic methods, rules of reasoning and technology to solve problems.
  • Value mathematics as a way of reasoning and problem solving within and outside the discipline.
  • Appreciate the historical and cultural heritage of mathematics.
  • Develop his/her role as a servant leader within and outside class activities.

Core Requirements

MTH 201 Calculus I

4

MTC 202 Calculus II

4

MTH 203 Calculus III

4

MTH 271 Probability and Statistics

3

MTH 300 Foundations of Mathematics

3

MTH 301 Modern Geometry

3

MTH 400 History of Mathematics

3

(4) *MTH Electives

12

* Excluding MTH 120, MTH 110 or MTH 111, electives stipulated for students seeking teaching certification.

Total Program Credits

36

For Mathematics Teaching Licensure

Students with a Mathematics major seeking teacher licensure in Mathematics (#400) for early adolescence/adolescence are required to complete the following:

Teacher Education Core

32

MTH 206 Applied Finite Mathematics (MTH elective)

3

MTH 443 Curriculum and Methods-Mathematics

2

MTH 453-454 Student Teaching

2-12