Mathematics (B.S.)


Residential

A degree in Mathematics from Liberty University can take you anywhere you want to go. Whether you want to do graduate work in mathematics, teach mathematics, pursue an actuarial career or enter any other sector of the job market, a degree in mathematics can open the door for you.

MATH degree completion sheets

Mathematics

 

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Computer Science
Data Processing
Engineering

Operations Research
Finance and Insurance
Mathematics

Statistics
Applied Mathematics
Graduate School

 

COURSES

Mathematics

MATH 131 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 4
MATH 132 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4
MATH 133 Calculus with Mathematical Lab 1
MATH 200 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning 2
MATH 211 Introduction to Statistical Analysis 3
MATH 231 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III 3
MATH 321 Linear Algebra 3
MATH 421 Elementary Abstract Algebra I 3
MATH 431 Real Analysis 3
MATH Choose one: 305, 332, 334 3
MATH Choose one: 307, 331, 422 3
MATH Choose one: 301, 302, 350, 352 or 401 3
MATH ___ (300-400) Electives 3
MATH 450 Math Capstone Seminar 1
 Credit hours:  40

 

*NOTE: All majors in mathematics must include PHYS 231, 232 and six hours from CSCI 110, 111, for a total of 14 hours. Students seeking secondary licensure must also include MATH 305.

 

Mathematics: Teacher Licensure

EDUC 125 Introduction to Education 1
EDUC 221 Content Area Reading/Differentiated Teaching/Learning (Secondary) 2
EDUC 235/236 Instructional Design: Secondary/Practicum 1/2
EDUC 240 Technology Practicum 2
EDUC 360 Foundations of Education 2
EDUC 425 Secondary Measurement and Evaluation 3
EDUC 435/436 Secondary Curriculum/Practicum  2/1
EDUC 475 Seminar in Classroom Management 2
EDUC 476/477 Student Teaching I/II 5/5
MATH 419/420 Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools/Practicum 2/1
 Credit hours:  31