Major Courses | Minor Courses | Math. Eng. Program | Cert. in Second. Ed
The curriculum in mathematics provides the knowledge and experience needed to be a professional mathematician or pursue advanced study in a related area. The courses provide a balance between applied and theoretical problem solving, while the Junior Seminar and Senior Experience allow an in-depth exploration of an area beyond the formal courses. The design of the major provides ample opportunity to pursue a minor in business, computer science, or any of the data-rich fields in the social sciences to expand potential career opportunities or prepare for law school.
Students completing the major in mathematics will have satisfied content area requirements for Pennsylvania Secondary Certification in Mathematics.
+ at least four additional upper level mathematics courses
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Carlow University students majoring in mathematics have the opportunity to pursue a five-year course of study leading to a BS in mathematics from Carlow University and a BS in an engineering discipline from Carnegie Mellon University. Information on this program is available directly from the director of the Engineering Program.
Certification in Secondary Education in Mathematics
Students desiring secondary education certifi cation must complete the Mathematics major and meet the requirements outlined by the Division of Teacher Education.
Students must complete MAT 152 and MAT 200 (Calculus I and II), MAT 302 (Linear Algebra) plus at least two additional upper level mathematics courses. In addition, MAT 151 (Computer Applications for Science and Mathematics) or CSC 110 (Introduction to Computer Programming) must be completed.
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