The Mathematics major program is designed to train students in mathematical techniques, applications of mathematics, critical thinking and problem solving skills. This training not only prepares the students for the world of work in industry, education, and government where numerical techniques are required, but also to pursue higher studies in pure or applied mathematics. The students can take other courses, which will be treated as electives to complete the minimum requirement of 120 hours for graduation. A grade of C or better is required for all MAT courses in the major.
General Education Core Requirements
Credits / Units: 3-12 Credits
Credits required depend on initial course placement.
Students may be placed in a higher level Mathematics course based on prior coursework, and any higher level Mathematics course will satisfy the requirement. The Adaptive Physical Education: Kinesiotherapy major requires MAT 113 in place of MAT 112 . Computer Science requires MAT 113.