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A strong foundation that will take you anywhere

Mathematics is more than a tool to solve problems — it is a formal way of thinking. As a mathematics student, you will acquire a strong foundation in both critical thinking and analysis, learning mathematical content from foundational algebra all the way to calculus and differential equations. Our coursework is distinguished by advanced problem-solving skill development and a specialized curricula to suit your future career interests!

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Program outcomes

  • Demonstrate mathematical reasoning skills by reading, writing, and explaining formal definitions and theorems, and proofs.
  • Analyze mathematical problems by applying the theory and techniques from a variety of mathematical perspectives.
  • Use computational technology to support problem solving and mathematical understanding.
  • Use mathematical concepts and techniques to recognize, formulate and analyze questions from another discipline.
  • Communicate mathematics effectively.