|Title||Towson State University - Department of Mathematics|
|Author||[Chair] Boules, Raouf N.|
|Publisher||Department of Mathematics, Towson University: Towson, US (MD)|
|Country (State)||United States of America|
|Format of data||text/html|
|Description||The Department of Mathematics offers an innovative and flexible undergraduate mathematics program for students majoring or minoring in mathematics, honors students, pre-service teachers at all levels, and for the many thousands of students who take mathematics to satisfy general education or major requirements. We also offer graduate programs in applied and industrial mathematics and in mathematics education.
Mathematics majors can choose from four areas of concentration, depending on interests and career plans. For those considering graduate study in mathematics, the pure mathematics concentration provides a strong background in mathematical theory. Students planning for careers in business, industry or government should consider the concentrations in applied mathematics or actuarial science and risk management. For those who intend to teach, Towson University offers the secondary mathematics education program and the elementary education major with the mathematics minor. Each program leads to eligibility for state certification. All of the concentration options have the same core courses as well as their own specialty courses. The mathematics major can be combined with a second major in computer science or economics.
|Source Type||University Departments|
|Level||undergraduate - professional|