MATHEMATICS MAT 452 313 Stevenson Hall 309 438 8781 Web address wwwmathilstuedu

Mathematics mat 452 313 stevenson hall 309 438 8781

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MATHEMATICS (MAT) 452 313 Stevenson Hall, (309) 438-8781 Web address: Chairperson : George Seelinger. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty: Professors: Eggleton, Ellerton, El-Zanati, Gamage, Lan- grall, Lubinski, Ostaszewski, Plantholt, Presmeg, Tipnis. Associate Professors : Barrett, Clements, Day, Jordon, Mar- tin, McCrone, Mooney, Thiagarajah, Warfield. Assistant Professors : F. Akman, O. Akman, Cheng, Ionescu, Kim, Meier, Rich, Sissokho, Yamskulna, Zhao. For current information on faculty interests and email addresses, Mathematics programs, and schedule of classes, visit our Internet Web site: . General Department Information Mathematics Requirements for Elementary and Middle School Education Majors: Middle School Mathematics Specialization: 30 hours required. Required courses: MAT 130, 131, 202, 302, 304, 309 and 312; Electives (choose one): MAT 307, 314, or 315. Middle School Mathematics Endorsement: 22 hours, 18 hours of mathematics content and 4 hours of middle grades mathematics methods. C&I 233 and PSY 302 are also required. Required courses: MAT 130, 131, 202, 302, 309, and 312. NOTE : Students completing the Middle School Math- ematics Specialization also qualify for the Middle School Mathematics Endorsement.
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209 C A S Mathematics Elementary Education or Early Childhood Education Major Area of Concentration in Mathematics: 18 hours of mathematics content courses required. Required courses: MAT 130, 131, 202, 309 and 312. Cooperative Education/Internship in Mathematics : The Department offers a Cooperative Education/Intern- ship program for undergraduate Mathematics majors which provides for practical work experience in business, govern- ment, or industry. Students interested in participating in the program may secure further information by contacting the Mathematics Department Office. HONORS IN MATHEMATICS The Department offers an honors program for majors emphasizing a broad liberal arts program with require- ments in Mathematics and in the General Education Pro- gram. Students interested in participating in departmental honors programs may secure further information by con- tacting the Undergraduate Director. In addition students must fulfill the general requirements for participation in the University Honors Program. Completion of the pro- gram will be posted on a student’s transcript and diploma. The Department also offers in-course honors for students enrolled in the University Honors Program. MINOR IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE The Department of Mathematics participates in the Minor in Cognitive Science program. Several courses offered by the Department contribute to the minor. For further information, please consult a Department advisor as well as the section entitled "Minor in Cognitive Sci- ence" under University-Wide Curriculum in this Under- graduate Catalog. Mathematics Programs Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S.
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