Students take 39 hours in mathematics, including a rigorous calculus sequence with three semesters of calculus and differential equations, higher-level proofs courses such as geometry and modern algebra, and logic courses like discrete mathematics and computer programming.
B.S. Mathematics Education
Persons aspiring to teach mathematics at the secondary level (grades 6-12) choose to major in Mathematics Education (B.S.). A degree in Mathematics Education is offered through the School of Education. The degree leads to Georgia teaching certification, grades 6-12. Please visit the School of Education website, https://www.shorter.edu/department/school-of-education/, for more information.