MATH
Faculty
There is a massive need for mathematicians and very few people to help fill that gap. The small class sizes are optimal for detailed, personal, and focused training in each area. Students majoring in Mathematics at Master’s are challenged and strengthened incalculably in their studies to go into any mathematically based job and thrive.
Mathematics Core Courses
The following courses are required of every student who wishes to pursue a degree in Mathematics from The Master’s University:

MA111 Introduction to Scientific Computing (2)

MA121 Calculus I (4)

MA122 Calculus II (4)

MA221 Calculus III (4)

MA231 Linear Algebra (3)

MA282 Ordinary Differential Equations (3)

MA302 Introduction to Mathematical Proof (3)

MA400 Mathematics Seminar (2)

MA412 Integrated Review (1)
Total core units (26)
In addition to the Mathematics core courses, each student must choose an emphasis that they would like to pursue: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or Mathematics Education. The requirements for each of these emphases are as follows:
Pure Mathematics Emphasis Courses

Mathematics core courses (26)

MA222 Calculus IV (1)

MA344 Modern Geometry (3)

MA355 Number Theory/History of Mathematics (3)

MA383 Complex Analysis (3)

MA445 Real Analysis I (3)

MA453 Abstract Algebra I (3)

MA482 Topics in Mathematics (3)

Additional upper division mathematics courses (6)
Total units required for emphasis (51)
Applied Mathematics Emphasis Courses

Mathematics core courses (26)

MA222 Calculus IV (1)

MA253 Discrete Mathematics (3)

MA366 Probability (3)

MA383 Complex Analysis (3)

MA425 Mathematical Modeling (3)

MA463 Introduction to Applied Mathematics (3)

MA464 Methods in Applied Mathematics (3)

MA482 Topics in Mathematics (3)

Additional upper division mathematics course (3)
Total units required for emphasis (51)
Mathematics Education Emphasis Courses

Mathematics core courses (26)

MA253 Discrete Mathematics (3)

MA262 Elementary Statistics (3)

MA344 Modern Geometry (3)

MA355 Number Theory/History of Mathematics (3)

MA425 Mathematical Modeling (3)

MA453 Abstract Algebra I (3)

Additional upper division mathematics courses (6)
Total units required for emphasis (50)
Minor in Mathematics
For those students interested in pursuing a Mathematics minor, the following courses are required:

MA111 Introduction to Scientific Computing (2)

MA121 Calculus I (4)

MA122 Calculus II (4)

MA221 Calculus III (4)

MA231 Linear Algebra (3)

MA282 Ordinary Differential Equations (3)

One of the following (1)

MA400 Mathematics Seminar (1)

MA412 Integrated Review (1)


Additional upper division mathematics courses (3)
Total units required for minor (24)
Notes

All students who are interested in going to IBEX should consult their adviser as early as possible.

All students in the Mathematics Education emphasis are strongly urged to take ED400 and ED410 during their last two years, in addition to the courses required for the bachelor’s degree as a preparation for the Teaching Credential Program. Contact the Department of Liberal Studies & Education for more information.

A maximum of two (nongeneral education) upper division courses from another department may be used to satisfy the “additional upper division mathematics courses” requirement, subject to the prior approval of the student’s adviser.
Emphases
 Pure Mathematics
 Applied Mathematics
 Mathematics Education (prep for credentialing)
Program Credits
General Education: 40
Bible: 21
Major Core Courses: 26
Emphasis/Electives: 51
Sample Course Offerings:
 Calculus
 Modern Geometry
 Discrete Mathematics
 Linear Algebra
 Probability
 Mathematical Modeling
Career Paths
 Actuarial Science
 Education
 Engineering
 Financial Analysis
 Market Analysis
 Operations Research Analysis