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Dean

 

Administrative Assistants

 

Academic Advisor

 

Professors

  • Barton, Susan D. (1986) B.S. 1980, Utah State University; M.S. 1984, Utah State University; Ph.D. 1995, Oregon State University.
  • Helms, Joel R. (2012) A.S. 1987, Niagara County Community College; B.S. 1990, SUNY Albany, M.S. 1995, Clarkson University; Ed.D. 2016, University of Southern California.
  • Hyde, Scott K. (2004) A.S. 1996, Brigham Young University-Hawaii; B.S. 1996, Brigham Young University-Hawaii; M.S. 1999, Montana State University-Bozeman; Ph.D. 2004, Montana State University-Bozeman.

 

Associate Professor

  • Hurst, Paul R. (1995) B.A. 1988, University of Utah; Ph.D. 1995, Purdue University.

 

Assistant Professors

  • Carlson, Russel (2010) B.S. 1995, Brigham Young University; M.S. 1997, University of Oregon; Ph.D. 2002, Utah State University.
  • Wong, Ka Lun (2017) B.S. 2009, Brigham Young University-Hawaii; M.S. 2011, Brigham Young University; Ph.D. 2017, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

 

Special Instructors

  • Johnson, Cassandra K. (1978) B.S. 1970, Church College of Hawaii.
  • Oleole, Elissa (1973) B.S. 1968, Church College of Hawaii; M.Mt. 1971, Utah State University.
  • Smith, Diane (2013) B.S. 1990, Brigham Young University.

 

Emeritus Faculty

  • Furuto, David (1970-72, 1985-86, 1987-2012)
  • Merrill, Elaine Spendlove (1983-2016)

 

Career Opportunities


The mathematics major prepares students for careers in teaching, government service, industry, and research, or graduate study in mathematics. The student has two options: mathematics major and the mathematics education major. The student has three options: BS in Mathematics, pure track, BS in Mathematics, applied track, and the Mathematics Education major.

Program Outcomes


Upon completing a major in Mathematics, students will:

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in Algebra and Trigonometry, as well as Integral, Differential and Multivariable Calculus necessary for success in advanced mathematical studies.
  2. Demonstrate content knowledge of both abstract and applied mathematical disciplines by stating definitions, salient theorems, and proofs of major theorems and concepts that are core content in upper division courses.
  3. Organize and explain their knowledge of logic and mathematical content in the structure of original valid proofs.
  4. Communicate mathematical ideas effectively in both written and oral context.
  5. Apply major definitions, theorems and algorithms in problem solving.
  6. Use appropriate technological tools while solving mathematical problems.
  7. Prepare professionally for graduate school or employment in mathematics or related fields.
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