Mathematics teaches you to think deeply about simple things. Developing comfort and skill with precise, analytical thinking is an incredible asset no matter where life takes you, or what career path you ultimately pursue.

As the purest form of quantitative analytical reasoning, Math has applications in nearly every other science. Our curriculum offers students the flexibility to follow their interests – whether as a major, minor, second major, or simply a student fulfilling a math requirement – and we’re constantly developing and adapting courses in popular and timely topics like data science and machine learning.

In a nutshell, Math is interesting, exciting and challenging. It offers clarity and gives you the satisfaction of knowing when you have the right answer to a problem.

Why Major in Math?

Mathematics is a powerful and versatile major. Students with degrees in mathematics are highly sought after in a variety of industries because employers know that success in mathematics requires strong problem solving abilities and outstanding analytical skills.

For those majoring in other areas, mathematics is an excellent supplement to your primary major. It can make your future job or graduate school applications much stronger. Potential employers and graduate school admissions committees know that the study of mathematics requires creative thinking and comprehension of abstract concepts – highly desirable qualities in applicants to almost any field or industry.

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Math for Non-Majors

Math skills are useful in almost any field you eventually choose. And for those of you majoring in engineering, finance, economics, political science, psychology, or any other science, you will find that the coursework in your major relies heavily on math. We can help guide you through the curriculum to determine the most appropriate courses and activities to meet your individual needs.

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Math Careers

Math majors are highly marketable. Employers understand the skills these majors possess, making those with math degrees aggressively sought after in a variety of industries. Math majors are also strong candidates for medical school, law school, high tech industries, finance industries, or graduate school in any of a variety of different fields, including engineering, economics, finance, and computer science.

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What Courses Should I Take?

Our program provides a wide variety of options in your course of study. For our majors, after completing a set of core courses, you can sample from a variety of different courses representing the main areas of mathematics. We also provide some examples of courses by career paths. For non-majors, we provide the required classes you need for your chosen field, as well other courses you may opt to pursue to strengthen your analytical skills.

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The Major

When you are in our program, you are not in it alone. Our faculty are here to help. They aim to make mathematics fun and interesting through creative applications and plentiful opportunities to tackle real-world challenges both in and outside the classroom. We also provide you with the resources and information you need to be successful.

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Beyond the Classroom

Help Rooms, Tutoring & Mentoring

Face it, sometimes math can get tough. And when it does, we have the resources available to help you get back on track. Even if you simply need a refresher, try us out!

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