A student completing the Mathematics major should be able to attend graduate school or receive employment in such areas as mathematics, computing, engineering, business, economics, statistics, cartography, the physical sciences, and other fields requiring strong quantitative skills. The Mathematics major is designed also to prepare the student to teach the Mathematics courses commonly offered in middle and secondary schools. All majors are required to pass a Mathematics Department assessment examination. Mathematics courses numbered below 105 are not credited for the major. A maximum of three hours in internship may count toward the major.

#### Mission Statement

##### Mathematics Program Outcomes

##### Majors and Minors

##### Courses

#### MA090 - Computer-Assisted Pre-algebra - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA103 - College Algebra - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA103 - College Algebra - Intensive - 5 Semester Hours

#### MA104 - MA104 Analytic Geometry and Trigonometry - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA105 - Elementary Statistics - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA106 - Probabilities and Statistics - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA108 - Finite Mathematics - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA109 - Quantitative Reasoning - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA109I - Quantitative Reasoning intensive - 5 Semester Hours

#### MA112 - Selected Topics in Calculus - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA118 - Calculus and Analytical Geometry - 5 Semester Hours

#### MA202 - Elements in Geometry - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA207 - Discrete Mathematics - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA209 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry II - 5 Semester Hours

#### MA224 - Mathematics for Elementary and Middle Grade Teachers - 4 Semester Hours

#### MA303 - History of Mathematics - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA305 - Statistics II - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA308 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry III - 5 Semester Hours

#### MA315 - Differential Equations - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA317 - Modern Algebra - 4 Semester Hours

#### MA318 - Matrices and Linear Algebra - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA319 - College Geometry - 4 Semester Hours

#### MA321 - Introduction to Real Analysis - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA322 - Computers in the Mathematics Classroom - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA360 - Special Problems - 3 Semester Hours

#### MA480 - Senior Projects - 3 Semester Hours

The mathematics major is designed to prepare students to work in areas which require critical thinking skills and the ability to work with mathematical concepts. Students who complete a mathematics major at CMU are prepared to enter the job force in jobs requiring mathematical expertise and critical thinking skills, to attend graduate school in mathematics, statistics and/or engineering, and to teach mathematics in the middle and secondary grades.

Demonstrate Proficiency in Mathematics

Students who are proficient in undergraduate mathematics should be able to:

- think quantitatively
- problem solve
- communicate mathematically
- make connections among the various branches of mathematics and to areas outside of mathematics
- apply their knowledge to real world applications

Communicate Mathematical Concepts

- Students majoring in mathematics should be able to communicate,through writing and oral communication, their understanding of mathematical concepts and functions.

Application of Mathematical Knowledge

- Students majoring in mathematics will be able to apply their knowledge practically, using critical thinking skills and methods.

Major Minor

BA or BS in Mathematics Mathematics Cert. at Secondary Level BSE in Middle School Mathematics AS in Mathematics Mathematics Minor
Last updated:
10/29/2020