The Mathematics Education emphasis, B.A. in Mathematics program is designed for the student interested in teaching mathematics at any level. Students learn algebraic structures (e.g. groups and rings), number theory, history of mathematics, the nature and applications of discrete structures, the principles of Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries, as well as the philosophies of education that enable students to become excellent teachers who integrate faith into teaching, learning, and living.
Students are required to complete 24 Mathematics Core units, 26-27 Mathematics Emphasis units, 37 General Education units, and 21 Bible units. A minimum total of 122 units are required to graduate.
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