Integrated Mathematics Concentration

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$300K
$300K
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Concentration
  • MAT2200 Calculus II 3
  • MAT3000 Calculus III 3
  • MAT3200 Introductory Analysis3
  • MAT4100 Probability3
  • MAT4000 Statistics3
  • MAT4200 Linear Algebra 3
  • MAT4300 Abstract Algebra I3
  • An introduction to statistics in the behavioral sciences and everyday life. Conceptual and mathematical understanding of statistics. Descriptive and inferential statistics are explored through simple statistical computations and more complex analysis. Students become more aware consumers of statistics through critical analysis of statistical findings.
    Offered: Fall Prerequisite: None
  • The concept of limits and the development of the derivative, including basic techniques of differentiation and an introduction to integration, with applications including rates of change, optimization problems, and curve sketching using a variety of functions (polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, etc.).
    Prerequisite: SI152 or ACT Math score of 24 or higher
  • Axiomatic development of Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometric concepts.
    Prerequisite: SI152 or ACT Math score of 24 or higher
  • Discrete (as opposed to continuous) mathematical topics, including modular arithmetic, logic, algorithms, graph theory, and related concepts.
    Prerequisite: SI131 or ACT Math score of 24 or higher
  • The development of mathematical concepts throughout the history of world cultures (e.g., Greek, Indian, Arabic), including the lives and contributions of great mathematicians are explored.
    Prerequisite: SI152 ¤ Science
  • The English phonological cueing system and its use in a balanced literacy program. Emphasis on helping young students develop word analysis strategies for reading, spelling and syllabication.
    Offered: Spring Prerequisite: TE203 Course Fee: $139
  • Resources, approaches, and techniques for teaching mathematics in high school.
    Offered: Fall Prerequisites: TE203, TE329, TE330 Course Fee: $105
  • 40 clock-hour field experience corequisite for TE462.
    Offered: Fall Corequisite: TE462

*6 hours of overlap with General Education core. Total Program Hours: 127. Literature, Mathematics and History courses listed below fulfill General Education Core requirements, including the General Education Elective.

AYA PROGRAM: INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS CONCENTRATION43 HOURS

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