The study of mathematics enhances critical thinking skills and provides an excellent background for a career in most any field including science, engineering, education, law and medicine.
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science (B. S.) in Mathematics have four options: Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Statistics, and Actuarial Science. In addition, licensed teachers can pursue an advanced degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a Mathematics Specialization. There are also two minors in Mathematics and in Applied Statistics. There are several master's degree programs: both an M. S. in PSM degrees in Predictive Analytics and Mathematical Finance, and an M. S. in Mathematics.
3: Instructional Support (see description of collecting levels)
Probability and statistics, Actuarial science, core courses for humanities majors such as cryptography, and music and math.
Monographs, Textbooks (under special circumstances), Study guides, Test preparatory
|Call # Ranges||Subject||Collection Level|
|HG 8779-8793||Actuarial science||3|
|QA 1 - 43||General||2|
|QA 47 - 59||Tables||2|
|QA 71 - 90||Instruments and machines||2|
|QA 101 - 145||Elementary mathematics. Arithmetic||3|
|QA 150 - 272||Algebra||3|
|QA 273 - 280||Probabilities. Mathematical statistics||3|
|QA 299.6 - 433||Analysis||3|
|QA 440 - 699||Geometry. Trigonometry. Topology||3|
|QA 801 - 939||Analytic Mechanics||3|