# Undergraduate Programs

Mathematics provides a powerful language for expressing and answering questions about the world around us. The evolution of communication and technology has made that language part of our daily lives.**Objective #3** of ISU's General Education requirements recognize the importance of mathematics in a university education. Upon completion of a course in this category, a student is able to demonstrate the following competencies:

- Read, interpret, and communicate mathematical concepts.
- Represent and interpret information/data.
- Select, execute and explain appropriate strategies/procedures when solving mathematical problems.
- Apply quantitative reasoning to draw and support appropriate conclusions.

Courses that satisfy Objective #3 are:

**MATH 1123, Mathematics in Modern Society, 3 cr.**

*Prerequisite: MATH 0025*

**MATH 1127, The Language of Mathematics, 3 cr.**

*Prerequisite: MATH 0025*

**MATH 1130, Finite Mathematics, 3 cr.**

*Prerequisite: MATH 1108*

* ***MATH 1153, Introduction to Statistics, 3 cr**.

*Prerequisite: MATH 1108*

**MATH 1160, Applied Calculus, 3 cr.**

*Prerequisite: MATH 1143*

**MATH 1170, Calculus I, 4 cr.**

*Prerequisite: MATH 1147 or MATH 1144*

#### The Department of Mathematics & Statistics offers the following undergraduate degrees:

Mathematics

- Bachelor of Science (Example Degree Plan - Mathematics - 2018-2019)
- Associate of Science
- Minor

**Applied Mathematics**

- Minor

**Statistics **

- Bachelor of Science (Example Degree Plan - Statistics - 2018-2019)
- Associate of Science
- Minor

**Secondary Teacher Education** *(The Math Department has oversight of degree content)*

- Teaching Major
- Teaching Minor
- Single-subject Teaching Major

To see the program requirements for the Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate degrees, please visit: Program Requirements

To see the undergraduate course descriptions, please visit: Mathematics and Statistics Undergraduate Course Descriptions

#### Advising information can be found at the following links:

- Advice for undergraduate Math majors
- Advice for undergraduate Statistics majors
- ISU Central Academic Advising

Financial support is available via competitively-awarded undergraduate scholarships, offered through the University Recognition Awards. Click here to see available scholarships offered through the Department.

#### Pocatello

(208) 282-3350

(208) 282-2636

921 S. 8th Ave., Stop 8085

Pocatello, ID 83209

Office: PS 318

##### Math Center:

**Classroom**: REND 332

(208) 282-5342

**Tutoring:** REND 323

(208) 282-3662

**Testing:** REND 324

(208) 282-5285

#### Idaho Falls

(208) 282-7889

(208) 282-7966

921 S. 8th Ave., Stop 8150

Pocatello, ID 83209-8150

Office: TAB 270

##### Math Lab:

Location: CHE 220

(208) 282-7925