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THE MATHEMATICS MAJORS

Requirements for the major in mathematics:

MAT 131 (satisfies the General Studies Foundations Quantitative Requirement), 132, 233

MAT 250, 320, 325, 431

Five elective mathematics courses at the 300-400 level.

MAT 491

PHY 201 (satisfies the General Studies Foundations Natural Science Requirement)

Students interested in pursuing graduate study in mathematics are strongly encouraged to take MAT 310, 334, 360, 435, 438, 440, and CSC141.

 

Secondary Education Certification in Mathematics

The mathematics education program provides a sound foundation in mathematics which is combined with the pedagogical course work offered by the Education Department. Graduates of the program will be certified for secondary teaching in mathematics, meeting all Pennsylvania state requirements for certification. Students interested in teacher certification in mathematics should consult Education Department faculty for specific requirements to meet both college and state guidelines.

Requirements:

MAT 131, 132, 233

MAT 250, 310, 320, 325, 334 or 360, 340, 431

One elective mathematics course at the 300-400 level.

MAT 491

PHY 201 (satisfies the General Studies Foundations Natural Science requirement)

PHI 202

 

Requirements for the combined major in mathematics:

MAT 131, 132, 233

MAT 250

Three elective mathematics courses at the 300-400 level.

MAT 491