Major program: The Mathematics major requires a year of differential and integral calculus, Vectors and Matrices or Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, an elementary knowledge of mathematical algorithms and computer programming, Abstract Algebra, Fundamentals of Analysis, and a coherent selection of at least four additional courses in advanced mathematics chosen in consultation with an advisor from the department.
Honors Program: An undergraduate may achieve the BA with honors in mathematics or honors in computer science via one of several routes:
Special Programs: Mathematics-Economics Program
Sample Courses: Introduction to Mathematical Thought; Elementary Statistics; Multivariable Calculus; Vectors and Matrices; Linear Algebra; Fundamentals of Analysis; Complex Analysis; Discrete Mathematics; Differential Equations; Probability; An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics; Set Theory; Topology; Abstract Algebra; Graph Theory
Number of Professors: 22
Professor of Mathematics