Chair: Professor C. Tonnesen-Friedman
Faculty: Professors D. Cervone, B. Johnson, K. Lesh, K. Rosenthal, A. Taylor, W. Zwicker; Associate Professors R. Hoerl, L. Khatami, K. Plofker, J. Wang; Assistant Professors E. Gasparovic, J. Hatley, J. Jauregui; Senior Lecturer P. Friedman; Visiting Assistant Professors G. Todd, E. Khanmohammadi, J. Klangwang
Staff: J. Higgins (Administrative Assistant)
Course Selection Guidelines
Placement: Students who receive a score of 5 on the AB Advanced Placement exam, or a score of 4 or 5 on the BC Advanced Placement exam may receive credit for MTH 110 and MTH 112 . Students who receive a score of 3 or 4 on the AB Advanced Placement exam, or a score of 3 on the BC Advanced Placement exam, or a 6 or 7 on the Higher Level Math IB (International Baccalaureate) exam may receive credit for MTH 110 . Students with a 4 or a 5 on the Advanced Placement Statistics exam may receive credit for STA 104 (MTH-104) .
Mathematics Placement Exam: All incoming students are required to take a Mathematics Placement Exam (MPE). Students receive a recommendation concerning their first mathematics course based on the information they provide and their performance on the MPE. Students should consult this recommendation and their academic advisor before enrolling in a mathematics course
Common Curriculum Courses
Calculus continues to be the most common way for both science and non-science majors to meet the Quantitative and Mathematical Reasoning (QMR) requirement at Union. The following courses (MTH 051 through MTH 061 and STA 064 (MTH-064) ) represent alternatives that also fulfill that requirement. These courses normally are not open to students who have passed a college calculus course. Note that there also are courses in computer science, philosophy, and political science that can be used to fulfill the QMR requirement.