Mathematics

 

Undergraduate Degrees


General Information


The Department of Mathematics offers the degree of bachelor of science in mathematical sciences. Option 1 of the mathematics major - "Mathematics" - prepares students to pursue graduate studies in mathematics. Option 2 - "Applied Mathematics" - is a good choice for students preparing for careers in business and industry, or intending to do graduate work in a quantitative area (such as biostatistics, economics, or operations research), or wishing to participate in a dual-degree program in engineering. Option 3 - "Mathematics Education" - prepares students to teach in public and private secondary schools. This option is an approved program for the Georgia Teacher's Professional Four Year Certificate (T-4).

The department also offers a wide range of services to Armstrong Atlantic students. Several introductory courses are available to satisfy general education needs as well as prerequisites in other major programs. Intermediate level courses for non-majors are available to enhance the quantitative skills of students in a variety of disciplines. A minor in mathematics or statistics can be designed to complement students' major programs.

B.S. in Mathematical Sciences (Pure and Applied Options)
B.S. in Mathematical Sciences with Teaching Certification

Certificate in Actuarial Sciences