Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The B.S. in mathematics provides students with an opportunity to study one of western civilization's oldest and richest disciplines. In addition to the intrinsic value of the study of mathematics as a liberal art, the mathematics degree provides the foundation for a variety of careers in business, scientific, and related fields. Students desiring preparation for a high school teaching career may also earn secondary mathematics teaching licensure.

Learning Outcomes for Mathematics Majors

The mathematics program aims to produce graduates who are knowledgeable and skillful users and communicators of mathematics. The learning outcomes are broken into two categories: content knowledge outcomes and capstone outcomes. The content knowledge outcomes are assessed by the Core Assessment Exam, which students take after they have completed the required core courses in the major. The capstone outcomes are assessed when students present their senior projects.

Content Knowledge Outcomes: Upon completion of the core requirements, students will be able to:

Calculus I:

Calculus II:

Linear Algebra:

Probability and Statistics:

Capstone Outcomes: Students will: