As a Mathematics student, you’ll learn the language and methods of mathematics to solve problems in a wide range of disciplines.
- Multiply your options when you learn how to solve practical and theoretical problems in a wide range of settings and disciplines, such as the physical sciences, business, psychology, the social
sciences, and computer science.
- Enhance your chances of success with a concentration in actuarial mathematics — math used to determine insurance rates and financial risk.
- Learn from outstanding and award-winning teachers with doctoral degrees from Berkeley, Chicago, Harvard, Michigan, Princeton, Rice, and other top-rated universities.
Course Examples by Year
Calculus I and II
Discrete Mathematics I
Discrete Mathematics II
Physics I and II
Abstract Algebra I
Introduction to Programming
Real Analysis I
Students interested in the Actuarial Science concentration take courses in Economics, Accounting, and Finance, in addition to Mathematics courses. Actuarial Science is available as both a major and minor.
Where Graduates Go
Recent Mathematics graduates are working in education, banking, computer engineering, information systems, and insurance for companies like Mercer, Best Buy, RadioShack, PepsiCo, and Lockheed Martin. Others pursue graduate study at institutions like Harvard, Dartmouth, Indiana, and Iowa.