MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

- MATHEMATICS MAJOR
- Mathematics Option - Bachelor of Arts Degree
- Mathematics Option - Bachelor of Science Degree
- Mathematics Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree
- Math/Actuary Science Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree
- Mathematics Teaching Subject Endorsement Option - Bachelor of Science in Education Degree
- Mathematics Teaching Field Endorsement Option - Bachelor of Science in Education Degree

- Minor in Mathematics
- Minor in Mathematics (Elementary Education)
- STATISTICS MAJOR
- Statistics Option - Bachelor of Arts Degree
- Statistics Option - Bachelor of Science Degree
- Statistics Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree
- Statistics/Actuarial Science Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree

- Minor in Statistics
- MATH Courses
- STAT Courses

**Randall Heckman, Chair**- Professors: Barlow, Heckman,
Pickens, Stones

Associate Professors: Lutfiyya, Niemann, Willis

Assistant Professors: S. Bean, Hossain, Kime, Stewart

Lecturers: Amstutz, Michener, Miller, Teter

- To prepare students to pursue graduate programs in mathematics and/or statistics;
- To provide entry level training for those wishing to pursue careers in mathematics education, actuarial science, or selected segments of the business/industrial/governmental sector of the economy.
- 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".
- Math 090 credit will not count toward any university degrees.

- Five major Options are available:
- I. Mathematics Option - Bachelor of Arts Degree

Mathematics Option - Bachelor of Science Degree

II. Mathematics Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree- Applied Emphasis

III. Math/Actuary Science Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree

IV. Mathematics Teaching Subject Endorsement Option - Bachelor of Science in Education Degree

V. Mathematics Teaching Field Endorsement Option - Bachelor of Science in Education Degree

The minor in Mathematics is available for students pursuing majors in other disciplines. The Elementary Education major has a specially defined minor.

- Three Options are available in this major:
- I. Statistics Option - Bachelor of Arts Degree

Statistics Option - Bachelor of Science Degree

II. Statistics Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree

III. Statistics/Actuarial Science Comprehensive Option - Bachelor of Science Degree

The minor in Statistics is available for students pursuing majors in other disciplines

Courses with the prefixes MATH and STAT are offered by the department.

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