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  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Department of Mathematics


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Faculty

James Brawner, Department Head
Matthew Brown, Director, STEM Success Center
Sydney Anuskiewicz Gregory Knofczynski
Tricia Muldoon Brown Joshua Lambert
Sungkon Chang Tim McMillan
Sean Eastman Joseph Roberts
Paul Hadavas Barbara Ross
Sabrina Hessinger Jared Schlieper
Selwyn Hollis Janel Smith
Duc V. Huynh Kimberly Swanson
Ebonee Jarrett Michael Tiemeyer

General Information

The Department of Mathematics offers the degree of Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences, with three different options. Option 1 of the mathematics major – “Mathematics” – offers students the most comprehensive collection of mathematics courses and is well suited for students intending to pursue graduate studies in a mathematical science. Option 2 – “Applied Mathematics” – combines a core of mathematics courses with a concentration of courses from another scientific discipline. It is a good choice for students preparing for careers in business and industry, intending to attend graduate school in a quantitative area (such as biostatistics, economics, operations research, or actuarial science), or wishing to participate in a dual-degree program in engineering. Option 3 – “Mathematics with Teacher Certification” – prepares students to teach in public and private secondary schools. This option is an approved program for the Georgia Teacher’s Professional Certificate for secondary mathematics (grades 6-12).

The department also offers a wide range of services to Armstrong students. Several introductory courses are available to satisfy general education requirements as well as prerequisites in other major programs. Intermediate level courses for non-majors are available to enhance the quantitative skills of students in a variety of disciplines. A minor in mathematics or in statistics can be designed to complement students’ major programs. A certificate in Actuarial Sciences is available for those interested in pursuing a career as an actuary.

Programs

    MinorUndergraduate CertificateBachelor of Science

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