This major is available as a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree, as defined in the section on degree requirements for all majors in this catalog.
|MATH 170||CALCULUS I||5|
|MATH 175||CALCULUS II||3|
|MATH 200||VECTOR CALCULUS||5|
|MATH 250||LINEAR ALGEBRA||4|
|MATH 370||ELEMENTARY ANALYSIS||3|
|MATH 485||SENIOR SEMINAR||3|
|Select an additional 19 credits in courses numbered 200 or above, at least two courses (minimum 6 credits) of which must be numbered 300 or above.||19|
Students planning on graduate study in mathematics should plan their programs with their advisors to include more than the minimum indicated.
Student Learning Outcomes
- possess an understanding and appreciation of the breadth and beauty of the mathematical sciences and their deep interconnecting principles;
- are able to work independently and confidently in mathematical situations;
- develop a solid understanding of the core fundamentals of undergraduate mathematics. Furthermore, students have the ability to communicate mathematical ideas with precision, clarity, and organization; and
- possess a positive attitude toward and derive enjoyment from studying and applying mathematics.
Oregon Preliminary Teaching Licensure in Mathematics
Students who are also seeking an Oregon Preliminary Teaching License must also complete a Secondary Education major with Licensure. In order to complete the Secondary Education major with Licensure, students should begin taking education courses no later than their sophomore year. The student must be advised by faculty in both majors.