Mathematics is beautiful and useful. Students of mathematics learn both how to explore abstract mathematical ideas and also how to solve quantitative problems from the natural and social sciences.
Available as a major or minor, the Mathematics program will help you learn to use mathematical tools to solve both theoretical and practical problems, and to communicate mathematical ideas effectively.
You’ll gain familiarity with computer tools such as R, Mathematica, and MATLAB, and collaborate one-on-one with faculty on mathematical research projects.
Mathematics majors have gone on to great success in graduate programs and careers in mathematics and science, as well as a wide range of other careers including education, law, finance, management, medicine, and engineering.