Mathematics Options


Mathematics Department
 


B.S. in Mathematics (36.000 credits)
MATH 110 - Calculus I 4 cr.
MATH 120 - Calculus II 4 cr.
MATH 191 - Mathematical Problem Solving 1 cr.
MATH 210 - Calculus III 4 cr.
MATH 230 - Linear Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 310 - Intro to Modern Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 320 - Mathematical Analysis 3 cr.
MATH 301 - Foundations of Mathematics 2 cr.

Mathematics Electives -  At least three classes between Math 325 and Math 499

12 cr.

 

Auxiliary (24.000 credits)
CSIS 110 - Intro to Computer Science 3 cr.
CSIS 120 - Intro to Programming 4 cr.
PHYS 130 - General Physics I 4 cr.
PHYS 140 - General Physics II 4 cr.

 

Additionally, students must successfully complete the requirements for a minor or a major in biology, chemistry, physics, or computer science.

OR  

 

Students must successfully complete 9 additional credits in biology, chemistry, physics, or computer science that count for the degree in that major. 

9 cr.
Of these 9 credits, students must successfully complete 6 credits from one of the following sequences:  
Physics 250, 310, 320, 410 or 440                OR  
CHEM 310 and 320                                     OR

CSIS 310 and 385

 

 


B.A. in Mathematics (36.000 credits)
MATH 110 - Calculus I 4 cr.
MATH 120 - Calculus II 4 cr.
MATH 191 - Mathematical Problem Solving 1 cr.
MATH 210 - Calculus III 4 cr.
MATH 230 - Linear Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 310 - Intro to Modern Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 320 - Mathematical Analysis 3 cr.
MATH 301 - Foundations of Mathematics 2 cr.

Mathematics Electives -  At least three classes between Math 325 and Math 499

12 cr.
Auxiliary (15.000 credits)
CSIS 110 - Intro to Computer Science 3 cr.
CSIS 120 - Intro to Programming 4 cr.
PHYS 130 - General Physics I 4 cr.

PHYS 140 - General Physics II

4 cr.

 

 


Mathematics 3/2 Program (36.000 credits)
MATH 110 - Calculus I 4 cr.
MATH 120 - Calculus II 4 cr.
MATH 191 - Mathematical Problem Solving 1 cr.
MATH 210 - Calculus III 4 cr.
MATH 230 - Linear Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 310 - Intro to Modern Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 320 - Mathematical Analysis 3 cr.
MATH 301 - Foundations of Mathematics 2 cr.

Mathematics Electives -  At least three classes between Math 325 and Math 499 

12 cr.

 

 

Auxiliary (18.000 credits)
CSIS 110 - Intro to Computer Science 3 cr.
CSIS 120 - Intro to Programming 4 cr.
CSIS 310 - Numerical Methods 3 cr.
PHYS 130 - General Physics I 4 cr.

PHYS 140 - General Physics II

4 cr.

Additionally, students must successfully complete the requirements for a minor or a major in biology, chemistry, physics, or computer science.
OR
Students must successfully complete 9 additional credits in biology, chemistry, physics,or computer science that count for the degree in that major.  9 cr.
Of these 9 credits, students must successfully complete 6 credits from one of the following sequences:  
Physics 250, 310, 320, 410 or 440                       OR
CHEM 310 and 320                                            OR
CSIS 310 and 385

 

 

B.A. in Mathematics
with a Certification in Education
Students must be approved by both the Mathematics Department and the Education Department.
Students are expected to have a 2.75 GPA in Math and 2.75 GPA overall.
MATH 110 - Calculus I 4 cr.
MATH 120 - Calculus II 4 cr.
MATH 191 - Mathematical Problem Solving 1 cr.
MATH 210 - Calculus III 4 cr.
MATH 230 - Linear Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 310 - Intro to Modern Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 320 - Mathematical Analysis 3 cr.
MATH 390 - Foundations of Mathematics 2 cr.
MATH 330 - Intro to Applied Mathematics I 3 cr.
MATH 499 - Independent Study in Math                                                           3 cr.

Mathematics Electives

3 cr.

Auxiliary ( 14.000 credits )
CSIS 110 - Intro to Computer Science 3 cr.
CSIS 120 - Intro to Programming 3 cr.
PHYS 130 - General Physics I 4 cr.

PHYS 140 - General Physics II

4 cr.

Students must fulfill a language requirement:
One semester in the a foreign language 
These languages include: French, Spanish, German, Latin, Russian, Greek or Italian.  

American Sign Language does not fulfill this requirement.

3 cr.

 

Education Certification ( 30.000 credits )
EDUC 210 Issues in Contemporary American Education 3 cr.
EDUC 260 Educational Psychology 3 cr.
EDUC 261 Foundations in Language and Literacy 3 cr.

EDUC 365 - Exceptional and At-Risk Learners

3 cr.

After completing these courses, one must apply to the Education Department. Upon
approval, the following courses are required to obtain the certification:

EDUC 481 - Instructional Theory and Practice in Inclusive Classrooms

3 cr.

EDUC 482 - Instructional Theory and Practice in Inclusive Classrooms lab 1 cr.
The following courses are completed during the semester students participate in student teaching:
EDUC 461 - Literacy: Middle and High School 3 cr.
EDUC 462 - Literacy and Reflective Practitioner 1 cr.
EDUC 487 - Clinical Experience in Middle School 5 cr.
EDUC 488 - Clinical Experience in High School 5 cr.
EDUC 495 - Drug Alcohol Tobacco Workshop 0 cr.

EDUC 496 - Child Abuse and School Violence Workshop

0 cr.

For those students who began the Education Sequence before the 2011-2012 year, please see the link below:

Education Certificate 2010-11

Education Department

 


 

 

B.S. in Mathematics
with a Certification in Education
Students must be approved by both the Mathematics Department and the Education Department.
Students are expected to have a 2.75 GPA in Math and 2.75 GPA overall.
MATH 110 - Calculus I 4 cr.
MATH 120 - Calculus II 4 cr.
MATH 191 - Mathematical Problem Solving 1 cr.
MATH 210 - Calculus III 4 cr.
MATH 230 - Linear Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 310 - Intro to Modern Algebra 3 cr.
MATH 320 - Mathematical Analysis 3 cr.
MATH 390 - Foundations of Mathematics 2 cr.
MATH 330 - Intro to Applied Mathematics I 3 cr.
MATH 499 - Independent Study in Math                                                                         3 cr.

Mathematics Elective

3 cr.

Auxiliary ( 26.000 credits )
CSIS 110 - Intro to Computer Science 3 cr.
CSIS 120 - Intro to Programming 4 cr.
PHYS 130 - General Physics I 4 cr.

PHYS 140 - General Physics II

4 cr.

Additionally, students must successfully complete the requirements for a minor or a major in biology, chemistry, physics, or computer science 
OR  
Students must successfully complete 9 additional credits in biology, chemistry, physics, or computer science that count for the degree in that major.  9 cr.
Of these 9 credits, students must successfully complete 6 credits from one of the following sequences:  
Physics 250, 310, 320, 410 or 440                                   OR  
CHEM 310 and 320                                                         OR
CSIS 310 and 385
Students must fulfill a language requirement:
One semester in the a foreign language   
These languages include: French, Spanish, German, Latin, Russian, Greek or Italian. 3 cr.
American Sign Language does not fulfill this requirement.

 

Education Certification ( 30.000 credits )
EDUC 210 Issues in Contemporary American Education 3 cr.
EDUC 260 Educational Psychology 3 cr.
EDUC 261 Foundations in Language and Literacy 3 cr.

EDUC 365 - Exceptional and At-Risk Learners

3 cr.

After completing these courses, one must apply to the Education Department. Upon
approval, the following courses are required to obtain the certification:

EDUC 481 - Instructional Theory and Practice in Inclusive Classrooms

3 cr.

EDUC 482 - Instructional Theory and Practice in Inclusive Classrooms lab 1 cr.
The following courses are completed during the semester students participate in student teaching:
EDUC 461 - Literacy: Middle and High School 3 cr.
EDUC 462 - Literacy and Reflective Practitioner 1 cr.
EDUC 487 - Clinical Experience in Middle School 5 cr.
EDUC 488 - Clinical Experience in High School 5 cr.
EDUC 495 - Drug Alcohol Tobacco Workshop 0 cr.

EDUC 496 - Child Abuse and School Violence Workshop

0 cr.

For those students who began the Education Sequence before the 2011-2012 year, please see the link below:

Education Certificate 2010-11

Education Department