The excitement and energy for knowledge and learning, the wisdom, the life application, the thought processes, the cooperative learning, and the critical thinking skill shared by my professors encouraged me to be a proactive learner. These tools have been invaluable to me, both professionally and personally.
–Lisa Haskins, ‘00
At the heart of mathematics is solving problems. This includes recognizing patterns, developing models, testing assumptions, etc.
As a math major, you can develop a wide range of analytical skills including critical thinking and quantitative skills.
Studying math at the undergraduate level is great preparation for a variety of careers that require the ability to reason carefully and to communicate effectively.
Faculty Contact: Dr. Gary Raduns