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Mathematics
Marian University
 
Mathematics 
Mathematics Program
Students in the mathematics program at Marian University can earn a degree with one of two different concentrations.  Depending on the student's long-term goals, students can elect to pursue either a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree.  We are now in the process of revising and modernizing our mathematics programs.  Specifically, we are working to add several courses that will allow our mathematics students to learn modern computer programming skills and how to apply those skills in mathematics settings.  A graduate with this combination of skills will have an enormous number of attractive career options.   
 
Requirements
Mathematics Placement Test
All students who have scored less than 500 on the SAT or less than 19 on the ACT are required to take the mathematics placement test. The results of the test are used to place students in the appropriate mathematics courses.
 
 
Degrees:
Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) in Mathematics
 
Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.) in Mathematics
 
Concentrations:
Applied Mathematics
 
Pure Mathematics
 
Actuarial Mathematics (in development)
 
Also available:
Minor in Mathematics
20 credits including 230, 231, 310, and excluding 099, 102, 105, 115, 116, 130, 140, 142, and 215. A grade of “C” or better in 231 is required in order to continue in the program.
 
Minor in Mathematics for Elementary Education
18-20 credits including 116, 200, 215, or 230, and two courses chosen from 130, 140, 209, 231, 310, and BUS/PSY 205.