Students are treated as individuals in small classes.
Courses focus on exploring concepts and on solving real-world problems.
We offer interdisciplinary courses in the fields of business, education, computer science, and the physical and social sciences.
Students completing the program learn to reason mathematically, to communicate using mathematics, and to solve complex mathematical problems—invaluable skills in any discipline where quantitative information is used.
Excellent computer facilities give mathematics students easy access to campus computer resources.