The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program’s primary goal is preparing teachers of mathematics at the elementary and secondary levels. A broad variety of coursework at the undergraduate level has been designed to support this goal, as well as to adequately prepare students for careers in industry or further study in graduate school. Small class sizes lead to one-on-one interactions with instructors, giving students a unique opportunity for deep learning. All major courses are taught by Ph.D. instructors. The opportunity for independent study and undergraduate research are available. All majors have the opportunity to attend at least one conference within the state funded by the mathematics department.
Some mathematics courses may be taken for graduate credit in support of a Master of Education degree in Secondary Education with a specialization in Mathematics. Additionally, a pre-engineering program is available through the department. Students complete most undergraduate core curriculum requirements before transferring to other universities to complete their engineering degrees.
A minor in Mathematics is available and requires 21-27 semester credit hours.
A minor in Mathematics is available and requires 21-27 semester credit hours. Required courses include MATH 2318 Linear Algebra, MATH 2413 Calculus I, 2414 Calculus II, MATH 3415 Calculus III, and two upper-level classes. Some students may need to level College Algebra (MATH 1314) and Trigonometry (MATH 1316). Consult your advisor in your major department.
Consult your advisor in your major department.
Alpine Program Coordinator
Dr. Angela Brown
RGC Program Coordinator
Dr. Michael Ortiz