Schreiner University offers courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree and the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Mathematics. The Mathematics program is designed for those students who wish to pursue a career in business or in education. It also builds a solid foundation for advanced study in Mathematics. Students who wish to become teachers can use the required professional education courses as electives in the prescribed program. French or German is recommended as foreign language.
The major in Mathematics consists of 25 advanced hours.
For the B.A. degree:
MATH 2330, 2422, 2423, 3301, 3310, 3312, 3313, 3324, 3425, and 4393, plus 9 advanced hours and 3 additional hours of IS. PHYS recommended as electives.
For the B.S. degree:
MATH 2330, 2331, 2422, 2423, 3310, 3312, 3313, 3324, 3425, and 4393, plus PHYS 2425, 2426, IS 2310, 3 hours of IS.
NOTE: If a student is not prepared to enroll in MATH 2422 and MATH 2423 in his freshman year, he should enroll in MATH 1310 or MATH 1321. In this event the student should then enroll in MATH 2422 and MATH 2423 in sequence the next two semesters.
Students completing MATH 1321 at Schreiner University with a grade of ‘‘C’’ or better will, upon written request to the Registrar, be given credit for MATH 1310. Students completing either MATH 2422 or a more advanced mathematics course with a grade of ‘‘C’’ or better or AP credit will, upon written request to the Registrar, be given credit for MATH 1310 and MATH 1321. Students completing MATH 2423 at Schreiner University with a grade of “C” or better will, upon written request to the Registrar, be given credit for MATH 2422.
Students who plan to major in Mathematics, Chemistry, or Engineering should enroll in MATH 2422 and MATH 2423 if their background in mathematics is sufficiently good. If not, they should enroll in MATH 1310 or MATH 1321 first. Students majoring in Business Administration should enroll in either of these: (1) MATH 1311, or (2) MATH 2422. If they are not prepared, they should take MATH 1310 first.
Students seeking teacher certification in mathematics should consult the Teacher Education section of this catalog for specific course selection.
Placement in mathematics courses is based on mathematics placement assessment.
Instructor of Mathematics
Office: Weir 118
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Arvidsson, Dr. Kim
Assistant Professor of Physics
Office: Moody 209
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Coles, Dr. Clinton bio
Professor of Mathematics and Pre-Engineering
Office: Moody Science 216
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Mecay, Dr. Stefan bio
Associate Professor & Department Chair, Mathematics
Office: Moody Science 213
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Adjunct of Math
Office: Dickey Hall First Floor
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