Department of Mathematics

Chair: Prof. Julie Melberg

The Mathematics Department endeavors to develop students’ numerical and analytical abilities to investigate, formulate, analyze and articulate solutions to problems within the discipline of mathematics.

Mathematics Program Learning Outcomes

Students will        

  • Write, critique and interpret various forms of mathematical proof.
  • Calculate, apply and synthesize core content in mathematics. 
  • Utilize effective strategies in problem solving, including data analysis and multiple representations of mathematical ideas (visualization/graphs, symbolic notations and numerical data).
  • Clearly communicate mathematical concepts, vocabulary and notation.

Undergraduate Major

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Mathematics

Mathematics

ITP 104Fundamentals of Programming3
MTH 271Calculus I5
MTH 272Calculus II4
MTH 313Mathematics Notation and Proof3
MTH 371Linear Algebra3
MTH 373Calculus III4
MTH 384Ordinary Differential Equations3
MTH 387Probability and Statistics I3
MTH 473Modern Algebra I3
MTH 489Real Analysis3
MTH 495Topics in Mathematics - Review1.5
MTH 496Topics in Mathematics - Final1.5
Choose 3 of the following courses:9
Numerical Analysis3
Modern Geometry3
Probability and Statistics II3
Modern Algebra II3
Total Units46

Undergraduate Minor

Actuarial Science
Mathematics

Actuarial Science Minor

MTH 271Calculus I5
MTH 272Calculus II4
MTH 373Calculus III4
MTH 387Probability and Statistics I3
MTH 388Probability and Statistics II3
Total Units19

Mathematics Minor

MTH 271Calculus I5
MTH 272Calculus II4
Choose 3 of the following courses:9-10
Mathematics Notation and Proof3
Linear Algebra3
Calculus III4
Numerical Analysis3
Modern Geometry3
Ordinary Differential Equations3
Probability and Statistics I3
Modern Algebra I3
Modern Algebra II3
Real Analysis3
Total Units18-19