Mathematics
Bachelor of Science  BS
 Foundation in mathematical skills and logical reasoning
 Develop mathematical understanding, efficiency and analytical skills
 Computer competency for mathematical problemsolving
Students in this program will:
 Develop attitudes of mind and analytical skills required for the efficient use and understanding of mathematics;
 Be able to abstract from the particular to the general;
 Be able to build mathematical models of real world situations;
 Have competency in the use of computers as a tool in mathematical problemsolving;
 Be able to work independently on problems in mathematics;
 Have an understanding of the origin and historical development of basic mathematical concepts.
More About This Degree
 Learn more about this program or visit the Mathematics and Computer Science website.
 College of Arts and Sciences
 Courses: Available courses in this department
 Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Wen Cheng, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science & Information Security
Machine Learning; Data Mining; Statistic Modeling; Bioinformatics and Computational Biology; Pattern Recognition; Imaging Processing and Analysis; Big Data
Office Hours
Fall 2017 (August 28, 2017 to December 11, 2017)  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. or by appointment. Please email Dr. Cheng to make an appointment.
Dhanapati Adhikari, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Office Hours
Fall 2017 (August 28, 2017 to December 11, 2017)  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8:20 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. or by appointment. Please email Dr. Adhikari to make an appointment.
Craig M. Johnson, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
Topology
Office Hours
Fall 2017 (August 28, 2017 to December 11, 2017)  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. or by appointment. Please email Dr. Johnson to make an appointment.
The analytical skills and the habit of independent rational thinking developed in our department at Marywood can serve you well in any number of possible careers  from business to research to teaching. Currently, a shortage of mathematicians exists both in industry and in the teaching profession at every level. Therefore, the job market is extremely good. Our graduates either continue their studies in graduate school or find an interesting and challenging job in their major within weeks of their graduation.
Undergraduate Admissions Requirements
 Official SAT and/or ACT scores
 Completed application
 Essay
 Official transcripts
 Letter of recommendation
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B.S. Mathematics or Mathematics/Secondary Education
I. (28 credits) All courses in this list:
CS 142  Programming in C++ 
3

MATH 211  Calculus I  4 
MATH 212  Calculus II  4 
MATH 213  Calculus III  4 
MATH 220  Introduction to Probability and Statistics 
3

MATH 271  Transition to Advanced Mathematics  3 
MATH 321  Abstract Algebra 
3

MATH 322, 322L  Linear Algebra 
3

MATH 495  Senior Seminar 
1

II. Cognate requirement (4 or 8 credits): (Satisfies Category III of the Core Requirements) Math/Secondary Ed majors must take PHYS 303 and PHYS 303L. Mathematics majors must take PHYS 303, 304 and PHYS 303L, 304L.
List A (6 credits) Mathematics majors must choose two courses from this list. Math/Secondary Ed majors must take MATH 323 and 324.
CS 314  Mathematical Modeling  3 
MATH 323  Theory of Numbers 
3

MATH 324  College Geometry 
3

MATH 420  Discrete Mathematics 
3

MATH 456  Mathematical Statistics 
3

List B (6 credits) Mathematics majors must choose two courses from this list. Math/Secondary Ed majors need no courses from this list but must take MATH 219 and MATH 411B.
MATH 311  Differential Equations 
3

MATH 425  Topology 
3

MATH 430  Real Analysis 
3

MATH 440  Complex Variables 
3
