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Mathematics

Offered: On Campus Apply

Students of mathematics receive rigorous training in a Christian environment to prepare them for careers in elementary education, secondary education, or for graduate studies in mathematics. The department also provides background courses in mathematics necessary for other areas of study such as physics, chemistry, biology, or kinesiology. We emphasize both pure and applied mathematics. The fundamental theories and principles of mathematics are taught as well as their applications. This program is accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC).

Mathematics Major

This program will emphasize both pure and applied mathematics. The fundamental theories and principles of mathematics are taught as well as their applications.

Mathematics Minor

The mathematics minor consists of 21 units including courses such as calculus, biostatistics, number theory, and probability.

Accreditations

West Coast Science
Western Association of Schools & Colleges
Awesome Biology
Assemblies of God
Awesome Biology
Council for Christian Colleges & Universities

Meet Our Faculty

Robert Frampton

Robert Frampton

Adjunct Mathematics
Mathematics
Arthur Lee

Arthur Lee

Chair, Mathematics; Associate Professor of Mathematics
Mathematics
Peter Woo

Peter Woo

Adjunct Mathematics
Mathematics

A Sampling of Mathematics Courses

MATH 285

Introduction to Advanced Mathematics

Introduction to Advanced Mathematics

A course for both mathematics and mathematics education majors.Covers the fundamentals of axiomatic proof theory including laws of inference, set theory, induction, cardinality, relations and functions.

MATH 330

Number Theory

Number Theory

Divisibility properties of integers, prime numbers, the Euclidean algorithm, the unique factorization theorem, congruences, Fermat’s theorem, Wilson’s theorem, Diophantine equations, number-theoretic functions, and the quadratic reciprocity theorem.

MATH 410

Abstract Algebra

Abstract Algebra

An introduction to modern ideas of algebra, set theory, groups, rings, and fields.

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