Mathematics (ID)

The Interdisciplinary major presents a unique opportunity for students to combine studies of two liberal arts areas and to develop, in a structured way, the interrelations between these different fields of knowledge.

Mathematics Interdisciplinary Major

This program can be combined with any of the following areas:

  • Biology
  • Business
  • Computer Science
  • Education
  • Philosophy
  • Physical Science
  • Psychology

Requirements

The capstone experience is a mathematics project with a companion research paper. Before applying, students:

  • Should have a grade of B- or better in Mathematics 151: Calculus II, or an AP equivalent, OR
  • Should have a grade of C+ or better in the two previous 150+ level mathematics courses taken

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Course Examples

Our Faculty

Caira Bongers
Instructor in Mathematics / Faculty Council Chair Elect

Caira Bongers

Caira Bongers teaches classes in quantitative reasoning, algebra, and calculus. She...
Maret Genzlinger
Lecturer in Mathematics

Maret Genzlinger

Education BS, Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh Accomplishments Summer program...
Angela Rose
Head of Education Program / Instructor in Education and Math

Angela Rose

Angela Rose was a classroom teacher for 17 years. She has taught kindergarten through...
Neil Simonetti
Department Chair and Professor of Business, Computer Science, and Mathematics / Director of the Interdisciplinary Program

Neil Simonetti

Dr. Simonetti’s research focuses on a dynamic programming algorithm for the Traveling...