Mathematics

Major and Minor Requirements:

Major: 53-57 credits

Core: 27-30 credits
MAT 230, 231, 307, 332, 401, 415 either SCI 480 or SCI 406/407, MAT 131 recommended.

Related Area: 14 credits
CIS 115, 152; PHY 200, 201.

Electives: 4 courses from: MAT 204, 209, 210, 240, 304, 308, 403.


Minor:
17-18 credits
MAT 209, 230, 307. Two from MAT 204, 231, 240, 304, 308.

Mathematics Secondary Education Certification

Secondary Education (7-12) Certification in Mathematics can be earned by Alvernia students who first complete their undergraduate degree in Mathematics and demonstrate content knowledge in this area on Pennsylvania's required Praxis exam in Mathematics. the following coursework is required and can be started as early as the undergraduate senior year, then completed as part of Alvvernia University's post-baccalaureate program: ED 203, 204; MED 505, 515, 545, 574, 615, 665, 670, 672.


Contact Information

Rosemarie C. Chinni, Ph.D.
Science & Mathematics Department Chair
and Director of the Forensic Science Program

     Bernardine Hall 234
     610.568.1492
     rosemarie.chinni@alvernia.edu


Student Perspective

"Forensic science goes beyond combining chemistry and biology; it requires critical thinking and a desire to challenge what the eyes see.  At Alvernia, my professors taught me the true value of research and how the results can change how we see the world around us.  In the 17 years I've been in school, I've never learned a more valuable lesson."

- Kelsey Schubert '16, PSU Graduate Student




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