This degree is designed for the student interested in an academic field that reflects the real world through numeric patterns, geometric forms, and analytical processes. A degree in mathematics provides students with tools for lifelong learning in a wide variety of other careers. The mathematics graduate will be prepared to be involved in fields that blend quantitative skills with applied areas such as chemistry, engineering, and physics.
For More Information Contact: School of Science and Mathematics
Metro Campus: (918) 595-7334 ♦ Northeast Campus: (918) 595-7542
Southeast Campus: (918) 595-7742 ♦ West Campus: (918) 595-8193
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Differentiate functions using the basic rules including the chain rule.
- Anti-differentiate and integrate functions using the basic rules.
- Interpret derivatives geometrically and as a rate of change.
- Interpret integrals geometrically and in applications.
- Analyze functions and relations from college algebra and trigonometry using their domains, ranges and graphs.
- Solve various types of differential equations.
- Solve problems using critical thinking in all mathematics courses.
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You are encouraged to join the Sci-π Club at West Campus where you will have opportunities to interact with other students interested in science and math. For more information, speak with your mathematics professor or stop by the Student Life office on campus.
View a semester-by-semester course plan of study and information on transferring this degree to other colleges and universities on the Mathematics Degree Map.