Pure Mathematics (MA)

Familiarity with the language and concepts of mathematics fosters a full appreciation of our world and is an integral component of the Liberal Arts; the phrase “Math is Everywhere” is true only to the extent that one knows where and how to look. The courses fulfilling this requirement help guide students in developing conceptual understanding of mathematics through engagement with the language of mathematics and processes of mathematical operations. In addition to illustrating the universality and beauty of mathematics, these courses will give students practice in constructing and critiquing arguments through mathematics.

Students will take 3 credits to fulfill the Pure Mathematics Requirement, in courses approved as MA courses.

EDSC 2570 Intro to Teaching Math 3
MATH 1077 Exploring Modern Mathematics 3
MATH 1088 Numbers for Naturalists 3
MATH 1111 Elementary School Math 3
MATH 1212 Fundamentals of Calculus I 3
MATH 1224 Fundamentals of Calculus II 3
MATH 1234 Calculus I 4
MATH 1242 Transitional Calculus 5
MATH 1248 Calculus II 4
MATH 2055 Fundamentals of Mathematics 3
MATH 2248 Calculus III 4
MATH 2468 Real Anlys in One Variable 3
MATH 2522 Applied Linear Algebra 3
MATH 2544 Linear Algebra 3
MATH 2551 Groups and Rings 3
MATH 2678 Basic Combinatorial Theory 3
PHIL 1400 Introduction to Logic 3
PRNU 2114 Intro to Clinical Practice 0,3