MATHEMATICS

The Department of Mathematics provides an engaging and intellectually rigorous curriculum that seeks to assist students in preparing for a career in which mathematics is directly or indirectly involved and to foster an appreciation of the vital role of mathematics in society.

In all our courses we encourage critical thinking and emphasize problem solving. Students thereby acquire and strengthen essential skills for their science and liberal arts courses.

MTH 009                Arithmetic and Basic Algebra: Math I

MTH 009                Arithmetic and Basic Algebra: Math I

MTH 010                Elementary Algebra: Math II

MTH 010                Elementary Algebra: Math II

MTH 115                Nature of Mathematics I

MTH 136                Intermediate Algebra and Trigonometry

MTH 138                College Algebra and Trigonometry

MTH 141                Finite Mathematics

MTH 151                Pre-Calculus

MTH 202                Calculus I

MTH 203                Calculus II

MTH 204                Calculus III

MTH 205                Elementary Differential Equations

MTH 206                Introduction to Mathematical Proof

MTH 207                Linear Algebra I

MTH 209                Elementary Statistics

MTH 213                Introduction to Statistics

MTH 215                Nature of Mathematics II

MTH 220                Introduction to College Geometry

MTH 231                Mathematics for Elementary Educators

MTH 231                Mathematics for Elementary Educators

MTH 237                Probability and Statistics

MTH 305                Number Theory

MTH 308                Abstract Algebra I

MTH 309                Abstract Algebra II

MTH 311                Advanced Calculus I

MTH 312                Advanced Calculus II

MTH 315                Complex Variables I

MTH 316                Complex Variables II

MTH 335                Discrete Mathematical Structures

MTH 400                Special Topics in Mathematics

MTH 405                Senior Seminar

MTH 411/412/413            Independent Research I, II, III 3