You’ll learn and accomplish a lot here. Maybe even more things than you can count. Our math students do undergraduate research, attend and present at conferences, and publish their work.
Our professors are known for excellence in their fields and are involved in professional organizations. You’ll enjoy small-class sizes and a multicultural student body, too.
Is teaching your thing? Our secondary teacher certification program in mathematics is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Our students are among the best and brightest. How do we know? Their research is supported by external and internal grants, including some from the esteemed National Science Foundation.
Connect with other math majors though eigen, our math and physics club, and Pi Mu Epsilon, the Mathematics Honor Society. You can even participate in the Behavioral Neuroscience Program.
Enjoy small class sizes and professors who are personally interested in your success.
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From Calculus to Abstract Algebra, our classes are as exciting as they are challenging. Besides classroom work, you can do summer research or join the Seabird Ecology Team (an interdisciplinary research group funded by the National Science Foundation) or EIGEN (the Mathematics and Physics club). And don't forget to consider a second major!