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Cardinal Stritch University BA in Mathematics
Cardinal Stritch University

BA in Mathematics

Milwaukee, USA

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English

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Sep 2024

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* $14,106 per semester

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Introduction

Mathematics majors are prepared for the teaching profession, the business world, or graduate school.

Degree Requirements

  • Program Credits: 37
  • Required Courses
    MT 210, 211, 212, 315, 320, 325, 365, 401, and at least three additional 400‐level MT courses numbered above MT 402 selected with faculty guidance. Students must take at least one two‐semester sequence: (MT 365, 470) or (MT 325, 425). MT 401 is a capstone course in the major that is normally taken in the last semester of upper‐division coursework in the major. MT 401 is offered annually in the spring, so December graduates must take this in the spring before their last semester.
  • Required Auxiliary Courses: none

Additional Information

Students seeking teacher certification in mathematics for grades 6‐12 follow the same requirements as the Mathematics major, plus MT 103 and ED 432.

Courses

  • MT 010 - Fundamentals of Mathematics I
  • MT 095 - Algebra Basics
  • MT 102 - Math for Elementary/Middle School Teachers I
  • MT 103 - Math for Elementary/Middle School Teachers II
  • MT 104 - Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers I
  • MT 105 - Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers II
  • MT 106 - Pre-statistics
  • MT 107 - Intermediate Algebra
  • MT 109 - An Introduction to Mathematical Thinking
  • MT 113 - Applied Algebra for Health Sciences
  • MT 120 - Applied Statistics
  • MT 195 - College Algebra
  • MT 196 - Pre-Calculus
  • MT 210 - Calculus I
  • MT 211 - Calculus II
  • MT 212 - Calculus III
  • MT 215 - Selected Topics
  • MT 315 - Discrete Mathematical Structures
  • MT 320 - Geometry
  • MT 325 - Linear Algebra
  • MT 365 - Data Analysis and Interpretation
  • MT 400 - Independent Study
  • MT 401 - Seminar
  • MT 410 - Mathematical Modeling
  • MT 425 - Abstract Algebra
  • MT 450 - Numerical Analysis
  • MT 470 - Theory of Probability and Statistics
  • MT 480 - Real Analysis
  • MT 485 - Advanced Topics in Mathematics

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