The Andrews University Department of Mathematics is principally an undergraduate department with approximately 40 undergraduate majors. Its six faculty members teach and do research in several mathematical disciplines.
The Department offers the following undergraduate degrees, majors, and minors:
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (39 semester credits) Enables students to choose an emphasis in preparation for graduate study, applied mathematics, or secondary school mathematics education (printable checksheet of BS Math requirements)
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education (30 semester credits) Prepares students for teaching secondary school mathematics (printable checksheet of BS Math ED requirements)
- Mathematical Studies major (30 semester credits) Available only as a second major for those taking a degree in another field (printable checksheet of Math Studies requirements)
- Mathematics minor (20 semester credits) (printable checksheet of the Math Minor requirements)
- Mathematics Education minor (20 semester credits) Prepares students for teaching elementary school mathematics (printable checksheet of Math Ed Minor requirements)
- Mathematics of Economics and Finance minor (20 semester credits) Geared for students majoring in economics or finance (printable checksheet of Econ and Finance Minor requirements)
The Department also participates in
- A high school program, in which about a hundred gifted students from Berrien and Cass Counties receive their mathematics and science instruction on the Andrews Campus. This program is funded by the Berrien RESA (Regional Educational Service Agency).
- The Department of Mathematics is a participant in the Behaviorial Neuroscience program funded by the National Science Foundation. For more details, see Behavioral Neuroscience in the university bulletin.
Mathematics Endorsement Program for Middle School Educators: The Department of Mathematics collaborates with the School of Education and the Berrien County Regional Education Service Agency (Berrien RESA) to administer the Alternative Certification Experimental Program (Math Endorsement Program) for Middle School Educators. Applications to this Program are initially screened by the School of Education and the Department of Mathematics, and then go through the regular Andrews admissions process. Courses are listed under "Mathematics Education." Inquiries should be directed to Lynelle Weldon, (269) 471-3866, email@example.com or Judy Wheeler (269) 471-7725, firstname.lastname@example.org.