The Department of Mathematics offers a BA and BS in mathematics (HEGIS 1701). The department also offers a minor in mathematics.
Chair: S. Krishnan; Professors: J. Carpenter, W. Gratzer; Professor Emerita: L. Evered; Associate Professors: S. Krishnan, G. Selitto; Assistant Professor: R. Lavelle; Visiting Assistant Professors: A. Bishop, B. Gaines.
The programs in mathematics are designed to assist students in developing their command of mathematical tools and of mathematical modes of thinking, including intuition, analysis of argument, modeling, abstraction, generalization, proof, and making connections both within mathematics and between mathematics and other disciplines.
Students wishing to major in mathematics and receive teacher certification for mathematics must complete all the requirements of either the BA or BS degree with the following exceptions, as well as the program in education outlined in this bulletin.
All teacher certification candidates must choose MTH 310 - Discrete Mathematics as their Applied Elective, choose MTH 403 - Geometry as their Open MTH Elective, replace the Analysis Elective with MTH 240 - Theory of Numbers , and choose MTH 440 as an Open Elective.
ProgramsBachelor of ScienceBachelor of ArtsBachelor of Science/Master of ScienceNon-Degree