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Bachelor of Arts with a
major in Mathematics (MTA) --
Description
in the Undergraduate Catalog The B.A. program in mathematics provides for a breadth of mathematical study within the context of a liberal arts degree. It may be chosen as a preparation for a professional career in business, education, law or social science. It affords the student a significant distribution of courses in the humanities and social sciences so that he or she can develop a concentration in a field other than mathematics. The student's career goals will generally suggest desirable upper level mathematics electives. Students must take a total of 33 credit hours in mathematics. Required courses:
In addition, take 9 credit hours of MTH electives (300-400 level; consult your advisor - not every class is appropriate for the MTA degree). Course descriptions for all undergraduate mathematics courses Information on when courses are offered For more information about our undergraduate programs, contact Dr. Joe Mashburn,
Chair Phone: 937-229-2511 |