The department of mathematics and computer science provides students with courses for general knowledge and for career preparation. We stress the development of critical thinking skills, the integration of theory with practical applications and the understanding of concepts of mathematics. Mathematics courses numbered 300 or higher are typically offered once every four semesters on a rotating basis.
The major in mathematics prepares students for careers or graduate school in the mathematical sciences. We encourage mathematics majors to participate in research. The minor in mathematics supports students who are planning careers in areas that rely on applications of mathematics.
All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses. Refer to the course descriptions of each course below for prerequisites.
MATH 231: Calculus I
MATH 232: Calculus II
MATH 233: Calculus III
MATH 234: Introduction to Mathematical Proof*
MATH 235: Linear Algebra
MATH 301: Abstract Algebra
MATH 421: Real Variables
MATH 493: Senior Seminar
Choose three courses from at least two of the following areas (9 hours):
*Students may replace MATH 234 with the pair of classes MATH 241 and CSCI 262.