MATH 480 - Senior Capstone Seminar2 hours Summary and extension of core mathematical ideas covered throughout the mathematics major.
MATH 460 - History of Mathematics3 hours A study of the history of mathematics from earliest recorded time through the 17th century. Selected topics in mathematics and its applications are included.
MATH 455 - Internship3 hours Experience in a mathematical field under the joint supervision of a college faculty member and an assigned field professional.
MATH 450 - Studies in Mathematics1-3 hours Independent reading and/or research on special topics.
MATH 441 - Methods of Real Analysis3 hours Topology of the real number line, limits of sequences and functions, continuity and differentiation.
MATH 421 - Abstract Algebra3 hours The study of groups, rings, fields, and other algebraic structures.
MATH 380 - Partial Differential Equations3 hours An introductory course on partial differential equations, including the method of characteristics, separation of variables, and Fourier series. Special emphasis will be placed on the wave equation, heat equation, and Laplace’s equation, with Dirichlet and Neumann boundary conditions.
MATH 375 - Cryptography3 hours Cryptography is the study of how to protect information. Topics include modular arithmetic, divisibility, matrix algebra, private key cryptography, substitution ciphers, block ciphers, public key cryptography and digital signatures.
MATH 360 - Operations Research3 hours Linear programming, simplex and Hungarian method, decision analysis, network analysis, and selected topics.
MATH 340 - Mathematical Modeling3 hours An introduction to the development and analysis of deterministic and probabilistic models. Includes curve fitting, simulations, difference and differential equations. Applications from ecology, environmental science, economy and other fields.