Students in mathematics at Anderson University are taught how to solve problems and see how mathematics changes the way that we look at the world. As a student progresses through the major, students learn how to do complex calculations and the theorems behind these calculations.
What classes will I take?
The mathematics major (30 hours) requires Calculus I, II, and III; Linear Algebra, and Problem Seminar. Additional courses in mathematics are chosen to complement the student's mathematics interests and objectives through consultation with the student's department advisor.
Prerequisites: Students must demonstrate mathematics proficiency in one of three ways
- SAT (MSS 540 or higher) and/or (SRM 510 or higher)/ACT (ACNM 23 or higher)
- Successful completion of MATH 1000 (CR)
18 credit hours from:
- Calculus I
- Calculus II
- Linear, Algebra
- Calculus III
- Problem Seminar
What kind of jobs can I anticipate after graduation?
- operations research
- actuarial science
- mathematical modeling
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Last updated February 13, 2018