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Mathematics Programs

Our math department is known for innovation. We’ve “flipped” the classrooms in many of our math courses, so instead of taking notes in a large lecture hall, you spend class time analyzing and solving problems together. Today’s classes incorporate technology to facilitate collaborative work, getting right to the heart of helping you solve real-life mathematical problems.

Join our Math Club and team up with faculty and students to solve advanced problems. Do research side-by-side with a mathematics professor who will know you personally, thanks to our small class sizes. Take the opportunity to co-author research publications and make presentations at regional and national conferences. Intern at insurance, banking, and technology companies in Hartford, Boston, and New York City. Or work as part of our cooperative education (co-op) program, which allows you to earn academic credit and high wages, if you qualify. Here, there are no limits to what you can achieve.

Mathematics majors can work in fields that run the gamut from automobile manufacturing to zoology. Some continue their studies in graduate school with an eye toward becoming professors. It is clear that mathematics can put you on the path to success.


Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree combines a fundamental core of required mathematics courses with the flexibility to choose a number of mathematics electives that help prepare a student for a career in business, education, or technology.

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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree consists of a broad range of mathematics courses as well as a sequence of three courses in physics. The degree is designed to give students an appreciation of the applications of mathematics to the sciences and would serve students interested in graduate work in mathematics or careers in engineering, mathematics, or science.

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