The Mathematics program is designed to prepare students for graduate school, high school teaching, and work in industry.  Small class sizes lead to one-on-one interactions with instructors, giving students a unique opportunity for deep learning.  All major courses are taught by Ph.D. instructors.  The opportunity for independent study and undergraduate research are available.  All majors have the opportunity to attend at least one conference within the state funded by the mathematics department.


Major in Mathematics

General Education: 58-62 hours (see degree plan for specifics)

Introduction to Programming Logic Foundations of Higher Mathematics Geometry
Calculus I Differential Equations Number Theory
Calculus II Department Seminar History of Mathematics
Calculus III Analysis Special Topics
Linear Algebra Modern Algebra Independent Studies
  Complex Variables  


Minor in Mathematics

21-27 hours are needed.  Univeristy Algebra and Trigonometry (if needed), Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Linear Algebra, and 6 hours (two classes) of junior or senior level mathematics.


Teacher Certification

Students must have an advisor in the Mathematics and Education departments as requirements in Education change often.

General Education: 59 hours (see degree plan for specifics)

Introduction to Programming Logic Foundations of Higher Mahtematics Number Theory
Calculus I History of Mathematics Analysis
Calculus II Geometry Modern Algebra
Calculs III Department Seminar Complex Variables
Linear Algebra