The Department of Mathematics awards both the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. The undergraduate major programs meet the needs of students who: (a) are preparing to teach mathematics at the secondary or two-year college level; (b) plan a career in business or industry using mathematics; or (c) plan to continue to study mathematics at the graduate level. Depending on their career goals, students choose one of two emphases: teaching or industrial/academic. Courses for students who want some knowledge of mathematics as part of a liberal education, or who are preparing to teach at the elementary school level, are also available.

Properties of the algebraic systems, including rings, integral domains, fields and groups. F

Properties of the algebraic systems, including rings, integral domains, fields and groups. F

A survey of modern geometries and geometric concepts. S

A survey of modern geometries and geometric concepts. S

See PHYS 620 Mathematics for the Physical Sciences for course description.

See PHYS 620 Mathematics for the Physical Sciences for course description.

Minimal BASIC, uses of computers in education and software development and evaluation.

Minimal BASIC, uses of computers in education and software development and evaluation.

Directed readings and written reports on recent literature in mathematics education. F-S-SU

Topics of currrent interest and value for practicing teachers. D

The non-college bound mathematics curriculum and methods of teaching non-college bound students.

Minimal BASIC, uses of computers in education and software development and evaluation.

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09/09/2019