Chairperson: Matt Nehring, Ph.D.
Email: matt.nehring AT adams DOT edu
Telephone: (719) 587-7256    
Website: http://www.adams.edu/academics/math/index.php   
Professor(s): Steven Aldrich, Ph.D.; Robert Astalos, Ph.D.; Matt Ikle, Ph.D.; Matt Nehring, Ph.D.   
Assoc. Professor(s): Tony D. Weathers, Ph.D.   
Asst. Professor(s): Meredith Anderson, Ph.D.; Abraham Metes, Ph.D. (visiting)   
Instructors: Stuart Church, Diana Jones, Kathy McDermott, Tim Mobley, Robert Yund, Stephanie Yund   
   

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
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Teacher Licensure (Track 1)

Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Teacher Licensure (Track 2)
This degree track is designed to meet the needs of individuals interested in teaching mathematics at the middle-school level and to increase the number of middle-school teachers with a strong mathematics background.
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Arts in Pure Mathematics
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Computer Science Emphasis)
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Information Technology Emphasis)
Degree Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences (Physics Emphasis)
Degree Requirements
Minor in Computer Science
Comp Science IA-Fund of Prog
Comp Science IB-Obj-Oriented
Computer Science II-Adv Prgm
CSCI XXX Electives approved by the dept. chair (minimum 2 credits upper-division courses, 9 credits total)
Minor in Mathematical Sciences
Single Var Calculus I GT-MA1
Single Var Calculus II GT-MA1
Multivariable Calculus
Intro to Mathematical Thought
MATH XXX Electives approved by the dept. chair.
Minor in Physics
Candidates for the minor in physics are required to take the following course work:
Mathematics Emphasis for Elementary Education Licensure
Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies degree preparing to be elementary teachers must complete a content emphasis area of 15 to 21 credits.
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.


Consultation with the pre-engineering advisor at Adams State University is essential to ensure proper transfer of credit. Failure to work with a pre-engineering advisor might result in loss of credit during transfer and additional coursework. Advisement is particularly necessary in the selection of elective courses to prevent a delay in graduating from a participating engineering school. The coursework listed below is a typical schedule for students interested in engineering.