The general mathematics emphasis allows for the most flexibility within B.A. degree as it can allow for you to double major in a different field or move on to graduate school, and generally is for those whose career ambitions do not involve secondary teaching.

Course listing

In addition to the core requirements for the B.A. in Mathematics, each emphasis requires its own core and elective courses (see below for course listing).

Electives (9 Units)

Select three of the following

CodeTitleUnits
MATH 325Introduction to Topology3
MATH 345Numerical Analysis3
MATH 357Operations Research3
MATH 365Differential Equations3
MATH 370Discrete Mathematics3
MATH 375Introduction to Game Theory3
MATH 454Complex Analysis3
  • Computer science courses (advisor approval required)

Program director

Shawn Wirts, Ph.D.
Shawn Wirts, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Faculty

Ron Pratt, Ph.D.
Ron Pratt, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Mathematics and Sciences

Manjula Peter Joseph, Ph.D.
Manjula Peter Joseph, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education