Division I Chair: M. Saderholm
Program Chair: J. Blackburn-Lynch
Faculty: K. Barnard, J. Blackburn-Lynch, M. Blackburn, S. Bolster, L. Gratton, J.P. Lee, L. Mullins, J. Pearce, J. Rector, and T. Thesing
Berea’s Mathematics Program is well-known for its caring faculty and strong programs. The Program offers a major in Mathematics. The Program also supports students in a variety of ways outside of its traditional classroom programs. Each year, many Mathematics students are placed in a wide variety of research and Internship programs. Through the College Labor Program, prospective mathematics teachers are provided opportunities to develop skills in working one-on-one with students in the Developmental Mathematics classroom setting. The Program also regularly invites outside speakers and arranges for students to visit mathematical conferences and sites.
Please see the section on General Education requirements in this publication for information on the role of MAT 011 and MAT 012 in the first-year requirements. Placement in or waiver of MAT 010, MAT 011, or MAT 012 is based on test scores or transfer work.
Mathematics Course Sequencing Table:
Please be aware that the table below represents current planning and is subject to change based on faculty availability and student interest. It is not meant to represent any guarantee to the student that the courses will be offered in the term in which they are currently planned.
MAT 101, MAT 435, and MAT 436 are offered as student interests and faculty availability indicate.