Mathematics majors learn how to formulate and solve real-world problems.

Mathematics coursework emphasizes creative and critical thinking. We encourage you to complement strong math skills with other interests by choosing a minor in biology, chemistry, art, or music.

Mathematics majors are prepared for any career that demands strong analytical abilities and problem-solving skills. Those students interested in a career in secondary math education should pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics. Our students are also well prepared for graduate studies.

You'll receive a broad-based education in mathematics that includes advanced study of algebra and calculus, the use of technology in mathematics, and a selection of courses in pure or applied mathematics.  

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