Mathematics with a Teaching Licensure Concentration (BS)

Utilize the experience of mathematics faculty to gain the necessary knowledge in mathematics to craft specific solutions for global problems. Our faculty use powerful tools of optimization and control theory to attack problems arising in modern science and technology. They use mathematical modeling in the flight against HIV by identifying parameters specific to individuals in order to maximize treatment effectiveness.

For the detailed program requirements, please refer to the Mathematics with a Teaching Licensure Concentration (BS) Curriculum.

Why Choose Mathematics with a Teaching Licensure Concentration?

The Mathematics with a Teaching Licensure Concentration (Secondary Education 9-12) program provides you not only a solid foundation in knowledge, skills, and understandings in mathematics, but also strategies and experiences useful in professional mathematics education.

What Will You Learn?

  • Acquire knowledge of selected topics from calculus, linear algebra, geometry, number theory, probability theory, and statistics.
  • Understand the mathematical basis of common algorithms, and the ability to calculate accurately and efficiently.
  • Communicate mathematical ideas clearly with correct mathematical terminology and proper mathematical notation.
  • Solve Math problems using a series of mathematics methods, including numerical analysis, linear algebra, real analysis, and statistics.
  • Apply critical thinking and communication skills to address applied problems in practical situations.
  • Develop a variety of teaching strategies and evaluation methods in K-12 schools.

What Will You Do?

On graduating from Mathematics program, you can choose your career in:

  • Actuarial Math: the application of probability and statistics, to the insurance industry.
  • Biomathematics: the application of mathematics in the health sciences.
  • Biostatistics and Epidemiology: the application of statistics in the health sciences.
  • Cryptography: mathematical algorithms involved in network security.
  • Financial Mathematics: Mathematics used for mortgage banking, and stock market analysis.
  • Operations Research: the application of mathematics to problems of optimization.
  • Statistics Applications: collecting, classifying, analyzing and making inferences from data.
  • Teaching Mathematics: K-12 schools.

An excellent alternative is to enter graduate school to continue studies and pursue research in Mathematics.