Mathematics and Statistics
Dr. Eugen Radian
Chair, Mathematics and Computer Science
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers courses satisfying the General Education Requirements in Mathematics, required courses for other majors, and a minor in Mathematics.
The Mathematics and Statistics curriculum at Notre Dame de Namur University provides solid preparation to meet career and life goals. Students in mathematics and statistics classes build their analytical and computational competences and engage in active learning as they learn to link mathematical and statistical concepts with practical problems. While they enhance their abilities to analyze and solve problems, organize data, and understand number relationships, students are developing their critical thinking skills and creativity.
All undergraduate students must satisfy the General Education Requirement in Mathematics, and many students have additional mathematics and statistics requirements in their majors. Before enrolling in any Mathematics or Statistics course, except MTH7003, all students must demonstrate appropriate preparation. See Placements and Diagnostic Tests for further information.
Students gain an appreciation for the usefulness of mathematics in their everyday lives and careers and expand their sense of the place of mathematics in society. They develop and broaden their ability to:
- Translate simple questions about how the world works into mathematical language
- Reason with mathematical ideas
- Translate the mathematical conclusions back into the situation that is being studied and draw conclusions appropriate to that situation
|Plus two courses chosen from the following:||7-8|
|MTH2419||Discrete Mathematics (4)|
|MTH2450||Linear Algebra (4)|
|MTH2485||Research/Project in Mathematics/Statistics (4)|
|MTH2522||Probability and Statistics (4)|
|Total Unit Requirement||19-20|
All programs must be approved by the Department Chair.
Mathematics (3 units): Each course that fulfills this requirement is identified as such in the course description.
All courses that fulfill the requirement assume at least mathematics placement at Level 1 (see Mathematics Placement Test).