PROGRAMS OF STUDY
The mathematics program offers a bachelor of arts and bachelor of science programs that reveal mathematics as one of the humanities – a creation of the human mind. We also offer a minor. We emphasize the value of the broad studies to acquire a bachelor of arts, and we urge all mathematics majors to develop foreign language skills.
While some courses fulfill a service role for all-university requirements and (notably statistics and other applied areas) for majors in the sciences and social sciences, a resurgence of majors in mathematics is underway nationally and at Rockford University.
Major and Track/Concentration:
- Mathematics Major, General Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Mathematics Major, Computational Track, B.A or B.S.
- Mathematics Minor
- Science and Mathematics Major, B.A. or B.S.
Course Requirements and Offerings
Rockford University’s mathematics program offers students the opportunity to either major or minor in mathematics. Degree requirements for these programs can be found in the Academic Catalog.
Rockford University’s Computer Science Program offers students the opportunity to either major or minor in Management Information Systems (MIS) or Web Development. The program offers a major with a bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees with concentrations in Management Information Systems (MIS) or Web Development. Degree requirements for these programs can be found in the Academic Catalog.
Major and Tracks/Concentrations:
- Computer Science Major, Management Information Systems Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Computer Science Major, Web Development Track, B.A. or B.S.
- Management Information Systems Minor
- Web Development Minor
The Physics program offers a minor in physics. One advanced course is offered every fall and spring for those students minoring in physics. The concentration of mathematics and physics can prepare students for graduate school in physics. Additional advanced courses in physics are offered as required.
Course Descriptions and Requirements
Rockford University’s Physics program offers students the opportunity to minor in physics.
The Physics program offers the following courses every year:
|Physics 105 Lecture
Physics 105 Lab
|4 Credit Hours Every Fall|
|Physics 106 Lecture
Physics 106 Lab
|4 Credit Hours Every Spring|
|Physics 201 Lecture
Physics 201 Lab
|5 Credit Hours Every Fall|
|Physics 202 Lecture
Physics 202 Lab
|5 Credit Hours Every Spring|
|Physics 101 Lecture
Physics 101 Lab
|4 Credit Hours Every Fall & Spring|
300-level courses are offered upon request if enough students are enrolled.
More information can be found in the Academic Catalog.