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Sciences & Mathematics

The Home of STEM Education

TWIMS2018.jpgThe Department of Science & Mathematics encompasses two discipline areas: Biology and Mathematics.

Biology

Biology is a multidisciplinary cutting-edge field encompassing the vast diversity of life from the smallest amino acid to ecosystem dynamics.  Our program includes a diversity of courses that are taught by faculty who are dedicated to quality education through scholarship and research.  The breadth of our faculty interests and experiences enable students to specialize their degree in sub-disciplines of biology such as biotechnology, ecology and conservation biology, organismal biology, and premedical biology.

Mathematics

Our mathematics program offers a variety of courses in theoretical and applied mathematics at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels. At the Bachelor’s level, majors may obtain a degree with or without secondary teacher’s certification. At the Master’s level, we are particularly focused on equipping students seeking careers in higher education, operations research, data analytics, and mathematical modeling.

Course Rotations

Two-Year Course Rotation for Mathematics

Undergraduate Course Rotation

Every Fall
  • Differential equations (MTHK 306)
  • Analysis (MTHK 409)
  • Number Theory (MTHK 301)
  • Numerical analysis (MTHK 360)
  • Algebraic Functions (MTHK 309)
  • Survey of Mathematical Ideas (MTHK 404)
Every Spring
  • Probability & Statistics (MTHK 311)
  • Linear Algebra (MTHK 332)
  • Discrete Mathematics (MTHK 310)
  • Abstract Algebra (MTHK 432)
  • College Geometry (MTHK 402)

Graduate Core Course Rotation

  • Fall: Analysis (MTHK 520) odd years / Linear Algebra (MTHK 550) even years
  • Spring: Probability (MTHK 505) odd years / Abstract Algebra (MTHK 508) even years

In addition to core classes, one or two graduate electives are offered every semester, including summer.