Mathematics is an expanding and evolving body of knowledge as well as a way of perceiving, formulating and solving problems in many disciplines. The subject is a constant interplay between the worlds of thought and application. The student of mathematics will find worthy challenges and the subsequent reward in meeting them.
The general student will find preparatory courses in precalculus mathematics and traditional mathematics courses such as calculus, linear algebra, geometry, abstract algebra, and analysis. Also, more specialized courses in discrete mathematics, number theory and the history of mathematics are offered. Special needs of Computer Science majors, Elementary Education majors and general education requirements are also met by courses in the Mathematics Department.
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All programs (major, minor, including electives) must be on file and approved by the Department at least one academic year preceding graduation.
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