Department of Mathematics (MATH)

Chair: Dinavahi

Professor: Warton

Associate Professors: Baczkowski, Dinavahi

Assistant Professor: Blodgett

Instructors of Teaching: August, Beach, Kerecz

A Bachelor of Science degree is granted for completion of baccalaureate programs in the Department of Mathematics.

Baccalaureate Programs:

Mathematics - Applied Emphasis for Actuarial Science

Mathematics - Applied Emphasis for Data Science

Mathematics - Applied Emphasis for Computer Science

Mathematics - Applied Emphasis for Engineering Science

Mathematics - Applied Emphasis for Operations Research

Mathematics - Pure Mathematics Emphasis

A student who wishes to be licensed to teach adolescent/young adult integrated mathematics should refer to the major requirements given in the College of Education. In addition, completing the major in mathematics-pure mathematics emphasis is highly recommended.



A major in mathematics consists of the mathematics core and the completion of one of the mathematics emphases.

NOTE: Completion of the courses MATH 138 (College Algebra) and MATH 139 (Trigonometry) is equivalent to completing MATH 140 (Precalculus). The placement procedures for these courses can be found in the mathematics course descriptions.