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Academic Director: Amy Wharton, Ph.D.; Academic Coordinator: Emily Earhart; Faculty: Alexander Dimitrov, Ph.D.; David Hill, Ph.D.; Bala Krishnamoorthy, Ph.D.; Paul Krouss, Ph.D.; Eric Mapes, Ph.D.; Leslie New, Ph.D.; Rocio Sotomayer, Ph.D.; Nikolay Strigul, Ph.D.
Mathematics and statistics courses offered at WSU Vancouver are primarily in support of Biology and Environmental Science degrees and other major degrees of study. All students who enroll in mathematics courses are responsible for satisfying the prerequisite(s). One way to satisfy a prerequisite is to obtain an appropriate score on the ALEKS Mathematics placement exam. All new WSU students are urged to take the ALEKS exam. The ALEKS exam is not needed for students who have already completed the prerequisite college mathematics course or for transfer students who have already satisfied General Education Requirements (GERs) and do not intend to take a mathematics course at WSU. See studentaffairs.vancouver.wsu.edu/student-affairs/math-placement-faq for more information.
Middle Level Math Endorsement: Washington State University's Middle Level Math Endorsement program is designed for new (including teacher candidates) and experienced teachers who wish to add an additional endorsement or expertise in middle level mathematics to their current certificate.
A mathematics minor requires 18 hours of approved mathematics courses, with at least 9 hours of 300-400-level credits taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses. Check with a Sciences advisor for a current list of approved courses. Courses required for the minor may not be taken pass/fail and minimum 2.0 GPA is required in these courses.
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