Curriculum
What might my four years at Juniata look like?
Freshman year
 Begin the calculus sequence and explore other introductory courses.

 Calculus I and II
 Symbolic Logic
 Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics, and/or Computer Science I
 Information about AP credit for Calculus AB and BC.
 Secondary Education students also take Foundations of Education and Adolescent Development.
 Join the Null Set, our mathematics club.
Sophomore year
 Complete the calculus sequence with Calculus III and focus on proofs in Foundations of Mathematics.
 Explore related areas such as computer science, finance, economics, physics, other sciences, as you plan your program of emphasis.
 Students interest in actuarial work should take additional courses outside the mathematics department.
Junior year
 Take upperlevel courses in both pure and applied mathematics.

 Mathematical Modeling
 Combinatorics
 Advanced Probability and Statistics
 Differential Equations
 Numerical Analysis
 Geometry
 The Nature of Mathematics
 Abstract Algebra
 Real Analysis
 Special Topics
 Consider studying abroad.
 Go to the Mathematical Association of America section meeting in the spring.
 Secondary Education students do their prestudent teaching in the spring.
 Consider a summer internship or research experience.
Senior year
 Choose additional upperlevel courses, including the Mathematics Seminar.
 Students pursuing Distinction in the POE should complete a research project.
 Secondary Education students spend the fall semester student teaching.
Courses