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Course Overview

This course will help students prepare for their future careers. Students may choose to either work in the classroom with a  mathematics instructor, for example as in-class tutors or teaching assistants, or work for an external organization under the supervision of a professional from the organization and a Gallaudet instructor. Students should consult with their academic advisors and the mathematics program internship coordinator to inquire about internship opportunities. Whether students work on or off-campus, their internship experience must consist of a minimum of 110 hours and be related to mathematics.  External internships must be approved by the mathematics program internship coordinator and meet Gallaudet Career Education and Professional Development Office requirements.

Mathematics major and permission of the instructor.

Program: Mathematics

Credit: 3

Other Courses

MAT-360

Introduction to Operations…

This course covers linear programming, the simplex algorithm,…

Mathematics

Credits 3

MAT-361

Numerical Analysis

Numerical differentiation, integration, interpolation, approximation of data, approximation…

Mathematics

Credits 3

MAT-395

Special Topics

Special topics in the discipline, designed primarily for…

Mathematics

Credits 1-5

MAT-410

Foundations of Geometry

A survey of Euclidean, non-Euclidean, and other geometries.…

Mathematics

Credits 3

MAT-414

Applied Statistics II

This course covers statistical techniques with applications to…

Mathematics

Credits 3

MAT-434

Abstract Algebra

An axiomatic treatment of groups, rings, and fields…

Mathematics

Credits 3