The major in mathematics leads to the degree of Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS). A flexible curriculum allows students to prepare for teaching careers, employment in areas such as actuarial science, computer science, engineering and statistics or graduate school.
The major offers an option of an emphasis on secondary education. All mathematics students interact closely with faculty due to our small class sizes.
The major in physics leads to a Bachelor of Science (BS). In addition, supporting courses and general education courses in physics and astronomy are available for students with a wide spectrum of interests, backgrounds and needs. Students can choose a special emphasis in one of the areas: physics, engineering, chemical or biophysics, secondary education, physics/math double major.
Both mathematics and physics can be taken as a minor for students who want a specialized science minor.
"Knowledge is Power." There are amazing and interesting aspects of math, and it is important to be enlightened.
For more information about the Math Club please contact the club advisor, Dr. Darren Funk-Neubauer.