Prof. Lois Knouse, Chair
Subject Matter Expert
Associate Professor: Knouse, Rose
Assistant Professors: Krause
Technology brings tremendous change to our society. With each advance comes a constant demand for problem solvers with analytical minds and a solid background in mathematics. LeTourneau offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics.
Students who graduate with the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics will have developed the analytical and problem solving skills needed in fields such as quality control, insurance statistics, industrial mathematical programming, and computer programming.
All majors are expected to take the ETS Major Field Test in Mathematics during their senior year. Mathematics students can also work toward a teaching certificate in secondary education through the Teacher Education program.
Course descriptions and the requirements for each program are linked below. For more information about the people and programs of Mathematics, consult the LeTourneau web site.
MajorsBachelor of Science
A Bachelor of Science degree may be granted in the following areas:
A minor may be selected from the following areas: