Professors: Cheryl Beaver, Scott Beaver, Hamid Behmard, Laurie Burton Associate professors: Matthew Ciancetta, Matthew Nabity Assistant professor: Ben Coté, Leanne Merrill
Teaching of mathematics and the communication of mathematical ideas. Faculty members believe that both the assimilation of mathematical knowledge and the enhancement of one’s capacity for mathematical reasoning are essential outcomes of a liberal arts education.
Demonstrate the effective use of mathematical skills to solve quantitative problems from a wide array of authentic contexts.
Demonstrate the ability to make rigorous mathematical arguments in axiomatic and nonaxiomatic systems.
Demonstrate effective written communication of mathematical concepts.
Mathematics Teacher Education majors must have a grade of C- or better in courses that are used to satisfy the major requirements.
This major does not lead to a mathematics degree but may lead to an education degree following the completion of the professional education core in the College of Education. Requirements for admission into education programs can be obtained from the College of Education.