To provide the necessary preparation in mathematics for students planning a career in these areas;
To provide an adequate background of knowledge and effective teaching techniques for the training of prospective teachers of mathematics;
To provide the courses to meet the requirements of General Studies;
To provide the courses to meet the service functions for departments requiring knowledge of mathematics.
Placement in the proper course is of utmost importance to the Department. The ACT or Department Placement Examination will be used for placement.
Students who have completed a full year of Calculus in high school may start in Calculus II or Calculus III. If they earn at least a "C" then they will earn 5 or 10 hours credit for the course(s) they skipped.
CLEP Examination must be taken before completing higher level courses.
All majors and endorsements must be completed with no grade below a "C".
The total hours of all degrees is 125 with a General Studies of 45 included.
Math 090 credit will not count toward any university degrees.
The minor in Mathematics is available for students pursuing majors in other disciplines. The Elementary Education major has a specially defined minor.
Statistics Option - Bachelor of Science Degree