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.
American Mathematical Society, CRC Press (Taylor & Francis), National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Society of Industrial Mathematics (SIAM)
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|
Mathematics and Statistics Department
Nancy Gibson (Interim)
Dr. Ramanjit K. Sahi
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