The Mathematics Department offers a strong traditional Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics. Within that degree, we offer several distinct tracks of study, including pure and applied mathematics, and statistics. Students with goals ranging from graduate work, to actuarial science, to secondary education will find courses, research opportunities and educational experiences that lead to academic and career success. In addition to the BA, the mathematics department offers programs leading to both elementary and secondary teacher certification, actuarial science training, and a Master of Science degree in secondary mathematics education.
The Mathematics Department focuses on its students. We encourage and support student research, independent study, participation in REU's and in undergraduate and professional conferences, internships, and participation in external competitions such as the Putnam Exam.
The Department and the College are well equipped with current technology and encourage its use in all programs.