While pursuing a degree in mathematics at Roberts, you will be encouraged to integrate your Christian faith with your studies in mathematical science. Our degree programs combine a broad-based mathematical foundation with a liberal arts emphasis. This ensures that you will have not only the required analytical and technical skills to become a successful mathematician but also have the flexibility for a variety of career paths.

Program Highlights


Students are prepared for a variety of careers that require the ability to reason carefully and to communicate effectively.


Students will develop a wide range of analytical skills along with critical and quantitative skills.


Faculty have dialogue with students on key scientific issues and faith during our Faith and Science Lunch Discussions, Barnes Symposium, and selected courses. Students also have opportunities within the community to serve through the Math and Science Club.

B.A. Program Credits (Minimum Total Hours): 124

Total Liberal Arts Hours Required: 90

Major Requirements: 43 hours with a minimum of 31 hours in mathematics as follows:

  • Math (Required): 19
  • Math (Electives) 200-level or above, excluding MTH 260-269: 12
  • Computer Programming: 4
  • Science (in one discipline): 8

Standard Completion Time
Four Years

B.S. Program Credits (Minimum Total Hours): 124

Total Liberal Arts Hours Required: 60

Major Requirements: 53 hours with a minimum of 37 hours in mathematics as follows:

  • Math (Required): 19
  • Math (Electives) 300-level or above: 15
  • Real Analysis or Higher Algebra: 3
  • Computer Programming: 4
  • Physics: 12

Middle States Commission on Higher Education

What Will I Learn?

Students have ample freedom within the program to study mathematical topics that meet the requirements of the major and their specific interests and career goals. 

Where Can It Take Me?


  • Thomson Reuters
  • University of Rochester
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Peko Precision Products
  • Lakeside Health System
  • The BrickKicker Home Inspection Co
  • J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation
  • Coral Systems
  • Nationwide Circuits, Inc.
  • Summit Ascent Enterprises
  • IMEC, Mentor Graphics
  • Delphi
  • The Xerox Foundation
  • Bosch Security Systems
  • PEKO Precision Products
  • MKS Instruments
  • Corning Incorporated Foundation
  • Paychex
  • Five Star Bank
  • Textron Defense System
  • Defense Intelligence Agency
  • Wegmans
  • Citicapital Technology
  • SAIC
  • Molex
  • PaeTec Communication

Graduate Schools

  • Adelphi University
  • Boston College
  • Empire State College
  • Geneva College
  • Hofstra University
  • Indiana University
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Michigan State University
  • Muhlenberg College
  • SUNY Albany
  • SUNY Binghamton
  • SUNY Brockport
  • University of Florida
  • University of Illinois
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • University of South Carolina
  • University of Texas

Alumni Success

Rachel Putnam '14

Systems Engineer

Lockheed Martin

Gabe Necoechea '15

Ph.D. Mathematics Program

Kansas State University

Naomi Fillion '16

Rating & Renewal Analyst


Who Will I Meet?


Dr. Gary Raduns, Department Chair and Professor of Mathematical Sciences

We are pleased to have Dr. Gary Raduns as Department Chair and Professor of Mathematical Sciences. Dr. Raduns received his Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences from the State University of New York at Binghamton. His particular interests are analysis, probability, and matrices over commutative rings. However, plan to spend a few extra minutes in his office if you ask about graph theory, fair division, or voting. When he isn’t occupied with activities related to teaching or learning mathematics he enjoys playing musical instruments, golfing, bowling, gardening, or just relaxing with his family. He is also a member of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences and the Mathematical Association of America. Read more about Dr. Raduns.


Kayla Stuber, Mathematics '20

Roberts' small class sizes have given me the ability to connect with all of the professors in the department. I have established relationships with all of them and they have worked personally with me to get the help I need.



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