Division of Mathematics

Division of Mathematics
The Division of Mathematics offers several pathways that provide a solid educational foundation for students planning to transfer to a senior institution in Mathematics or Engineering related fields. Advisers utilize the ACT math sub-score for mathematics placement. Deficiencies in mathematics requirements may be made up during the freshman year or in the summer prior to the freshman year. Students are encouraged to get involved in campus activities through division clubs and organizations including Mu Alpha Theta, a mathematics honor society for high schools and two-year colleges.

Pathways

Mathematics (university undecided/general pathway),  ASU, DSU, JSU, MSU, MUW, MVSU, UM, USM
Engineering (university undecided/general pathway),  JSU, MSU, UM, USM

MATHEMATICS-SPECIFIC COURSES OFFERED:

Mathematics (MAT)
Math courses for those students not meeting the Calculus ACT requirements:
MAT 0123 Beginning Algebra
MAT 1233 Intermediate Algebra
MAT 1313 College Algebra
MAT 1323 Trigonometry
MAT 1343 Pre-Calculus

Pathway-specific Math courses:
MAT 1613 Calculus I
MAT 1623 Calculus II
MAT 2613 Calculus III
MAT 2623 Calculus IV
MAT 2113 Introduction to Linear Algebra
MAT 2913 Differential Equations
MAT 1513 Business Calculus I
MAT 1523 Business Calculus II
MAT 1723 Real Number System
MAT 1733 Geometry, Measurement, and Probability
MAT 2323 Statistics
MAT 2513 Elementary Mathematical Analysis

Clubs and Organizations

  • Mu Alpha Theta

MathLab