20212022 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
Mathematics


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Caroline Haddad, Chair
(South Hall 323)
math.geneseo.edu
HEGIS Code: 1701.00 (Mathematics, B.A.), 1701.00 (Mathematics, B.S.), 1703.00 (Applied Mathematics, B.S.), 1701.01 (Mathematics, Adolescence Education: Mathematics, B.A.)
The mathematics department offers four degrees: a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Arts in Adolescence Education, a Bachelor of Science, and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics.
First Year Students
During the first semester at the College, incoming first year mathematics majors are advised to register in MATH 101 .
Minimum Competence Requirement
A grade of C or better is required for ALL courses submitted in fulfillment of the major in Mathematics. Students may not enroll in any course having prerequisites unless the minimum grade of C has been earned in the prerequisites or unless special permission has been granted in writing by the course instructor. Prerequisite courses may not be taken after successful completion of any subsequent course.
Department Writing Requirement
MATH 239 and MATH 324 are two required courses in which mathematical writing is emphasized and taught. Writing opportunities (homework, quizzes, exams) will be graded for clear, precise exposition as well as for mathematical content. The department’s writing requirement is satisfied by successfully completing both of these courses.
ProgramsBachelor of ArtsBachelor of Arts  Adolescence EducationBachelor of ScienceMinorCourses
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