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The mathematics curriculum at Briar Cliff promotes the development of skills in logical reasoning, problem solving, data analysis, and the communication of ideas. Two degree programs are available to accommodate students' individual interests and career goals: a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Upon graduation, students who have majored in mathematics will be able to relate a core of basic mathematical concepts, use a variety of problem solving strategies, construct and commmunicate valid mathematical arguments, apply mathematical skills to problems in other disciplines, and utilize multiple technological tools for solving problems.

MATH 10 - Basic Algebra

MATH 105 - Mathematics for Liberal Arts Students

MATH 111 - College Algebra

MATH 118 - Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I

MATH 119 - Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II

MATH 150 - Essentials of Statistics

MATH 1A - Fundamentals of Mathematics

MATH 200 - Elementary Statistics

MATH 217 - Calculus I

MATH 218 - Calculus II

MATH 219 - Calculus III

MATH 225 - Discrete Mathematics

MATH 245 - Mathematical Reasoning

MATH 275 - Independent Mathematics Study

MATH 305 - Geometry for Teachers

MATH 324 - Statistical Methods I

MATH 325 - Statistical Methods II

MATH 344 - Linear Algebra

MATH 350 - Numerical Analysis

MATH 375 - Independent Mathematics Study II

MATH 405 - Abstract Algebra

MATH 407 - Mathematical Statistics

MATH 440 - Special Methods of Teaching Secondary School Mathematics

MATH 475 - Independent Mathematics Study III

MATH 490 - Mathematics Internship

MATH 535 - Graduate Statistics

MATH 540 - Biostatistics

MATH IS - Independent Math Research

PHYS 107 - Astronomy

PHYS 116 - Physical Science

PHYS 121 - Basic Physics I

PHYS 122 - Basic Physics II

PHYS 175 - Independent Physics Study

PHYS 231 - College Physics I

PHYS 232 - College Physics II

PHYS 275 - Independent Physics Study II

PHYS 375 - Independent Physics Study III

PHYS 475 - Independent Physics Study IV

Charles Shaffer

Professor of Mathematics; Chairperson, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

712-279-5414

Michael O'Byrne

Assistant Professor of Mathematics

712-279-5266

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American Statistical Association (AMSTAT) → |

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