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The course offerings for the mathematics major
provide a basic foundation for entry into careers requiring
mathematical training, for teaching mathematics at the secondary
level, or for graduate study in mathematics or related fields.
The curriculum also provides courses which support study in
computer science, business, the natural and social sciences,
nursing and pre-medical studies, and teacher preparation.
The mathematics program is designed to produce
graduates who have an understanding of the basic concepts
of pure and applied mathematics as needed to accomplish their
future goals. The Mathematics Department is committed to providing
a high-quality academic program that emphasizes an ethical
approach to scholarship, application of knowledge, and work
performance within an environment dedicated to Christian principles.
Goals of the Mathematics Major
The overall goals of the Mathematics Department
for its majors are:
- To provide a quality curriculum which equips
its majors for either academic or nonacademic careers.
- To provide excellent instruction.
- To encourage the use of appropriate technology.
- To model and promote servant leadership
through advising, tutoring, and mentoring.
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