The purpose of Beta Kappa Chi is to advance scientific education through original investigations, the dissemination of scientific knowledge, and the stimulation of scholarship in the pure and applied sciences. Membership is open to students in the upper fifth of their college class who have completed at least 45 semester credit hours of college work. Seventeen of these hours must be in one of the sciences recognized by the society, with a minimum grade point average of B in the sciences and a minimum general college average of “B”.
Students eligible for membership in Pi Mu Epsilon, a national honor society, include: sophomore honor students with a grade point average of 4.00 in mathematics (including two courses in calculus); juniors and seniors with a minimum grade point average of 3.00 in mathematics and a general scholastic average of at least 2.80; and graduate students in the department.
Membership in The Mathematics Club is expected of all mathematics majors and is open to mathematics minors and any other students interested in enhancing their personal, interpersonal and academic growth. The Club promotes unity and support among members. During each club year, activities focus on leadership development, group study, research skills, and a continual update on pre-service, career opportunities in mathematics, and related areas.
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