The Department of Mathematics offers a high-quality program in applied and pure mathematics that will challenge you to appreciate math's power, utility and beauty.
We offer a variety of courses for those who wish to develop general or specific skills in mathematics, to satisfy the mathematics liberal learning foundation, or to earn the bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degrees in mathematics or the minor in mathematics. In the 2012-2013 academic year, the department is offering a new major in Computational and Applied Mathematics (CAM). The CAM major is an interdisciplinary program that combines a rigorous mathematics core with a substantive investigation into a student's chosen field: biology and life sciences, computational chemistry, economics and finance, or physics, dynamics, and engineering.
We prepare our math majors to enter careers in industry, government and education, or to pursue graduate degrees.