Programs Offered

Major and Minor Programs

We offer a Mathematics Major With Teacher Certification (Grades 8-12)*, a Mathematics Major, and a Mathematics Minor.  We also offer a Computer Science Minor and an Associate of Science Degree in Computer Science.

*The University has two mathematics options for certification in grades 5 – 9 through the School of Education.

Mathematics Award Winners

To be considered for the math award, the student must be a graduating math major and meet the following requirements.

  • Math GPA and overall GPA of at least 3.5.
  • Highest math GPA of graduating math majors during their undergraduate course work.
  • Must have completed at least 15 hours of the math major course work at CU.
  • If two or more students have the same GPA, then the award is shared among those students.



Pictured are O'Brien and Dr. Chris Bullock.

Congratulations to Emilee Kathleen O'Brien, recipient of the 2014 Math Award! Emilee majored in Mathematics and minored in Physics.

Emilee also received the honors of Co-Valedictorian, Physics Award, and Honors Program Award.

Emilee is currently teaching middle school science and completing her Master of Arts in Teaching.


Pictured from left are Claywell, Dr. Chris Bullock, and Alston.

Erin Alston and Courtney Claywell received the 2013 Math Award.

Both Erin and Courtney earned the distinguished title of co-valedictorian.

Erin is received her M.S. in actuarial sciences in 2015.

Courtney is a high school math teacher. 

Spotlight on Alumni

Brittany Wells McCullough

Bachelor of Science, 2007 (summa cum laude)

Major/Minor: Mathematics/Music

Further Education: Masters of Probability and Statistics (Auburn University, 2009, served as Graduate Teaching Assistant teaching courses in statistics and calculus); Currently enrolled in Auburn’s Educational Psychology PhD program. 

Career: “In 2009, I began working at Auburn University as the Diversity Analyst. I am responsible for providing quantitative and qualitative data related to programs and training within the office; developing and utilizing data-gathering tools such as surveys and questionnaires needed to collect diversity data; and analyzing data, trends, and impacts of diversity initiatives and programs.”

Advice: “Explore the different areas of mathematics to find where your interests lie, and then research and investigate how you can use those interests in forming a career path. Also, get to know your classmates and professors and don't be afraid to ask for help! The time I spent at Campbellsville University is such a treasured period in my life, and I hope that you will have the same wonderful experience!”