# Programs

**Chairperson:** Shannon Overbay

**Professors:** J. Burke (Emeritus), T. McKenzie, S. Overbay, W. Carsrud (Emeritus), J. Firkins (Emeritus)

**Associate Professors:** G. Nord, V. Coufal, J. VanderBeek (Emeritus)

**Assistant Professors:** L. Axon, N. Burch, R. Cangelosi, S. Coble, S.J., B. Dichone, M. K. Kearney, D. Larson, R. Ray, K. Shultis

**Senior Lecturers:** C. Goodwin, F. T. Rux

**Lecturers:** O. Kozubenko, J. Pereira, S. Powers, J. Shinn, J. Wand

The Department of Mathematics seeks to train students in both the discipline of mathematics and its applications. The curriculum is a blend of pure mathematics, classical applications, and the option of a combination of mathematics and computer science. Majors are well prepared for positions in industry, government, and education, as well as for graduate studies.

**The department offers three degrees:**

- Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics,
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, and
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science.

All majors must take the senior comprehensive (MATH 499) in the fall of their final year. Prospective teachers of mathematics should consult the School of Education for the current state certification requirements. It is recommended that majors in mathematics take PHYS 103, CHEM 105 or BIOL 101 to satisfy their College of Arts and Sciences laboratory science requirement.

The Department involves students with activities sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America. Majors also participate in the annual William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition held every December.

### B.S. Major in Mathematics: 40 Credits

## Lower Division

MATH 157 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry I | 4 credits |

MATH 258 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry II | 4 credits |

MATH 259 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry III | 4 credits |

## Upper Division

MATH 301 - Fundamentals of Mathematics | 3 credits |

MATH 339 - Linear Algebra | 3 credits |

MATH any 400-level | 12 credits |

MATH - - - Electives* | 9 credits |

*One of these courses may be replaced by MATH 260 | |

MATH 499 - Senior Comprehensive | 1 credit |

### B.A. Major in Mathematics: 31 Credits

## Lower Division

MATH 157 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry I | 4 credits |

MATH 258 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry II | 4 credits |

MATH 259 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry III | 4 credits |

## Upper Division

MATH 301 - Fundamentals of Mathematics | 3 credits |

MATH 339 - Linear Algebra | 3 credits |

MATH any 400-level | 6 credits |

MATH - Electives* | 6 credits |

*One of these courses may be replaced by MATH 260 | |

MATH 499 - Senior Comprehensive | 1 credit |

### Minor in Mathematics: 24 credits

## Lower Division

MATH 157 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry I | 4 credits |

MATH 258 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry II | 4 credits |

MATH 259 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry III | 4 credits |

## Upper Division

MATH 301 - Fundamentals of Mathematics | 3 credits |

MATH 339 - Linear Algebra | 3 credits |

MATH any - 400-level | 3 credits |

MATH - Electives | 3 credits |

### B.S. Major in Mathematics-Computer Science: 49 Credits

## Lower Division

CPSC 121 - Computer Science I | 3 credits |

CPSC 122 - Computer Science II | 3 credits |

CPSC 223 - Data Structures | 3 credits |

CPSC 224 - Object-Oriented Programming | 3 credits |

MATH 157 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry I | 4 credits |

MATH 231 - Discrete Structures | 3 credits |

MATH 258 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry II | 4 credits |

MATH 259 - Calculus & Analytic Geometry III | 4 credits |

## Upper Division

CPSC 300 level or above except 497 | 6 credits |

MATH 301 Fundamentals of Mathematics | 3 credits |

MATH 339 Linear Algebra | 3 credits |

MATH any 400-level | 3 credits |

MATH - - - Electives | 6 credits |

MATH 499 Senior Comprehensive | 1 credit |