The mission of the Mathematical Sciences academic unit is to provide opportunities for students to develop functional competence in mathematics; an appreciation for the contributions of mathematics to science, engineering, business, economics, and the social sciences; and the power of critical thinking. The program strives to prepare students to pursue graduate study and for careers in teaching, government, and industry.
The program aims to provide the student with a course of study directed toward an understanding of mathematical theory and its relation to other fields of study. This study includes an emphasis on precision of definition, reasoning to precise conclusions, and an analysis and solution of problems using mathematical principles.
Students who select a major in this unit must complete the general education program which is required of all students.
Free Tutoring Resources
Mathematical Sciences offers free mathematics tutoring in the Mathematics Laboratory (ETV 128).
- Tutors are responsible students with a 3.3 GPA or higher
- Tutoring is available for any student who needs assistance in their math courses
- Session times are flexible to accommodate any student’s schedule
- Tutoring hours are Mon - Fri with times varying from 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Check the schedule in the Mathematics Laboratory.
Contact ext. 7051 with questions.