Dawn Slavens, Chair (Bolin Hall 113A)
Professors: Bernard, Farris, Hood, Knox, McDonald, Mitchell, Slavens
Associate Professors: Cobb, Fosnaugh, Schmitter
Assistant Professors: Belcher, Lopez
Professors Emeriti: Hinds, May, Meux, Newton, Spiller, Tucker, Warndof
Mission Statement for the Department of Mathematics
The mission of the Department of Mathematics is to promote student understanding of mathematics. The program provides opportunities for its majors to study mathematics both in breadth and depth. Graduates of the program are prepared for entry into graduate school or mathematics-related careers including the teaching profession. The program also serves the university by providing a broad spectrum of introductory level courses so that students in all majors can fulfill the mathematics portion of a quality liberal arts curriculum.
Teacher Certification in Mathematics
The requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree with Grades 8 - 12 Certification in Mathematics are found in Mathematics, B.S. with Secondary Certification (Grades 7-12) . The requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree with Middle School Mathematics (4-8) Certification are found in Mathematics (4-8 Certificate), B.S.I.S. .
Credit by Examination
Proficiency examinations are given for MATH 1233 , MATH 1433 , MATH 1534 , MATH 1634 , and MATH 1734 . For more information, students may contact the Chair of Mathematics.
Programs and Courses