Chairperson: Matthew Nehring, Ph.D.
Email: msnehrin AT adams DOT edu
Telephone: (719) 587-7256    
Website: http://www.adams.edu/academics/math/index.php   
Professor(s): Steven Aldrich, Ph.D.; Matt Ikle, Ph.D.; Matt Nehring, Ph.D.   
Assoc. Professor(s): Robert Astalos, Ph.D.; Tony D. Weathers, Ph.D.   
Asst. Professor(s): Ana Vivas Barber, Ph.D.   
Instructors: Sharon Furukawa, Diana Jones, Kathy McDermott, Tim Mobley, Robert Yund, Stephanie Yund, Andy Zaugg   
   

The Mathematics Program offers four degree programs in mathematics and computer science: a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematical sciences, a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics with secondary teacher licensure, and Bachelor of Science degrees in mathematical sciences with emphases in either computer science or physics. Students following the various degree programs may prepare themselves for teaching, positions in private industry or government, or for graduate study in mathematics, computer science, or an allied field.

 



Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Sciences
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Teacher Licensure (Track 1)
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Teacher Licensure (Track 2)
Bachelor of Arts in Pure Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Computer Science Emphasis)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Information Technology Emphasis)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Physics Emphasis)
Minor in Computer Science
Minor in Mathematical Sciences
Minor in Physics
Mathematics Emphasis for Elementary Education Licensure
Pre-Engineering

Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University and the University of Colorado cooperate with Adams State University to facilitate transfer of credit for the courses listed in the pre-engineering program. Engineering programs differ in their requirements for the first two years.