Department of Mathematics

Mathematics Concentrations

 

The Department of Mathematics offers three concentrations to allow students to explore specific interests that align with their career goals.

Concentrations

Review the program requirements for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in mathematics

Applied and Computational Mathematics Concentration

The applied and computational mathematics concentration combines classical and modern techniques to solve practical problems using analytical reasoning. Applied mathematicians find success in hands-on fields like engineering, computing, aerospace, manufacturing and actuarial science. Students also receive a solid foundation for graduate study.

Applied and Computational Mathematics Concentration Program Requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog

Mathematics Education Concentration

Aspiring teachers work in tandem with the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Teaching, Learning and Professional Development to complete the secondary mathematics education concentration. In addition to course requirements, students must pass the appropriate state-approved teacher competency exams (Praxis I and Praxis II).

Mathematics Education Concentration Program Requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog

Pure Mathematics Concentration

Choose this option if mathematics is your passion. The program, which promotes problem-solving and abstract thinking, will prepare you for graduate study.

Pure Mathematics Concentration Program Requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog

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