Dr. Bryant Wyatt, Head
Mathematics Building, Room 142
Professor(s): B. Little, D. Snider, R. Winton
Associate Professor(s): B. Brawner, K. Emmert, J. Garza, E. Riggs, P. White, B. Wyatt
Assistant Professor(s): J. Crawford, K. Smith
Instructor(s): S. Emmert, R. Jackson, M. Peters, K. Teague, K. Wood
The Department of Mathematics offers programs of study leading to the Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mathematics.
The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics provides a program of study that prepares students who are: 1) seeking to teach mathematics at the secondary level; 2) seeking employment in industry; or 3) seeking to pursue graduate study in Mathematics. A minor in Mathematics requires a minimum of 18 hours of MATH, which will include MATH 209 and at least 6 advanced MATH hours. On the graduate level, the Master of Science in Mathematics provides a program of study that prepares students beyond the undergraduate level for employment in industry or higher education. Students completing the M.S. in Mathematics also receive preparatory work for pursuing a doctoral degree in mathematics or mathematics education. For further information about the graduate program, see the graduate section of the catalog. For more information about the Mathematics program, visit the departmental web site at www.tarleton.edu/math.