Bachelor of Arts
The Mathematics program will prepare you to serve in the marketplace in a wide range of fields including business, education, science, and engineering. In addition to developing strong logical, analytical, and computational skills, the program seeks to model Christian maturity and to guide students as they discover the glory of God in mathematics.
15 WEEK SEMESTERS
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The mathematics major provides students with a fundamental foundation in mathematics, preparing them for further study or for careers in education or a wide spectrum of industry. The purpose of the Department of Mathematics is to support the vision and mission of William Jessup University by equipping its students with quantitative and analytical skills necessary to lead and serve in an increasingly technological world.
Assessment of student outcomes shall be accomplished primarily through a senior portfolio – a compilation of their work from throughout their Jessup experience. The completed portfolio is the final product of the senior seminar class. This seminar is the capstone class for the degree and gives students the opportunity to demonstrate verbal and written communication skills, to research mathematical topics of interest, and to prepare for future employment or advanced studies in mathematics.
The following list of private fee based tutors is provided as a service for students, and should not be interpreted as an endorsement or recommendation by the William Jessup University Mathematics Department. Check with each individual tutor for their prices, qualifications and style of tutoring. If you are a math major or minor and wish to be listed as a private tutor please contact Bradley Wagner.
Dung Nguyen, Ph.D.
Elizabeth Carr, M.A.
Noah Boggess, M.S.
Robert Matlock, M.A.
Tammy Cleek, Ph.D.
Taylor Marchelle, M.A.
JESSUP NEWS & STORIES
Many students enjoy math but wonder if a math degree translates into a sustainable and fulfilling career. They question its relevance in today’s business world and if they have the skills employers look for in an employee. Bradley Wagner, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Chair of the Applied Sciences assures…