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Department of Mathematics offers Bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Secondary Education Mathematics. In addition to mastering specific mathematical content, mathematics majors develop excellent general skills in problem solving and precise analytical thinking. Graduates of the program are prepared for more advanced study in mathematics itself, or for careers in any of the increasingly wide variety of areas where mathematical tools and thinking play an essential role. Topics of interest range from Cryptology to Statistics, from Differential Equations to Mathematics Pedagogy. The Senior Thesis in Mathematical Sciences course allows students to engage in independent mathematical work in an active and modern subject area of the mathematical sciences, guided by an official research faculty member in the department of mathematics and culminating in a written thesis presented in an appropriate public forum.
For more information about the Boise State University Department of Mathematics, please email

office@math.boisestate.edu.

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Theses from 2018

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A Convolutional Neural Network Model for Species Classification of Camera Trap Images, Annie Casey

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Pythagorean Theorem Area Proofs, Rachel Morley

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Euclidian Geometry: Proposed Lesson Plans to Teach Throughout a One Semester Course, Joseph Willert

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Theses from 2017

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An Exploration of the Chromatic Polynomial, Amanda Aydelotte

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Complementary Coffee Cups, Brandon Sams

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Theses from 2016

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Nonlinear Integral Equations and Their Solutions, Caleb Richards

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Principles and Analysis of Approximation Techniques, Evan Smith

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Theses from 2014

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An Introductory Look at Deterministic Chaos, Kenneth Coiteux

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A Brief Encounter with Linear Codes, Brent El-Bakri

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Axioms of Set Theory and Equivalents of Axiom of Choice, Farighon Abdul Rahim