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Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science


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Andrew Miller (chair), Glenn Acree, Mike Akbari*, Larry Beardsley*, Daniel Biles, Stephen Campbell (professor emeritus), Raluca Clendenen, Beth Cooper, Joyce Blair Crowell, Sharon Crumpton, Jennifer DeHart, Sarah Ann Fleming, Ryan Fox, Paul Garland*, Kay Geving, Mary Goodloe, Michelle Guinn, Catherine Hood, William Hooper, Robin Lovgren, Otis McCowan (professor emeritus), Jeff Moore*, Maria Neophytou, (Raymond) David Phillippi*, Michael Pinter, Brad Schleben, Derek Smith*.

Andrew Miller (chair), Glenn Acree, Mike Akbari*, Daniel Biles, Stephen Campbell (professor emeritus), Raluca Clendenen, Beth Cooper, Joyce Blair Crowell (professor emeritus), Sharon Crumpton, Sarah Ann Fleming, Ryan Fox, Paul Garland, Kay Geving, Mary Goodloe, Michelle Guinn, Catherine Hood, William Hooper, Robin Lovgren, Otis McCowan (professor emeritus), Maria Neophytou, Rachel Perri*, (Raymond) David Phillippi*, Michael Pinter, Brad Schleben, Catherine Starnes, David Starnes*, Andrea Sukow*, Alice Townsend*, Barbara Ward (professor emeritus).

*Part-time.

Vision:

To support the university, college, and school visions through teaching excellence that engages each student in an analytical and personal search for knowledge of mathematics and computer science.

Purpose:

To provide a supportive and challenging intellectual community where students are encouraged to develop independence, creativity, and excellence in mathematics and computer science.

Goals:

To help our students:

  1. comprehend the concepts, relationships, and processes of the fundamental material in mathematics and computer science.
  2. discover the nature of proof and prove theorems.
  3. think independently and creatively.
  4. understand applications, formulate and translate problems, and write meaningful algorithms.
  5. communicate ideas of mathematics and computer science orally, visually, and in writing using formal notation.
  6. solve problems by identifying connections, recognizing patterns, using multiple strategies, and employing appropriate tools.
  7. become contributing members of an engaged, responsible community of scholars.

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