Mathematics is much more than working with numbers and solving equations—it's the language of science and technology. It provides a foundation for many daily decisions and is crucial to thinking critically about what we read and hear in the media. It even underlies the games we play, the work we do, and the way we think.
You will encounter mathematical and quantitative reasoning and statistics in programs and courses woven into interdisciplinary studies in science, sociology, psychology, economics, public policy, linguistics, and the arts.
You will have multiple entry points to dig into math courses and programs and create an area of emphasis in the field. Programs are offered each year and range all the way from entry points like algebraic thinking and precalculus to advanced work in both pure and applied math. These programs will prepare you for graduate study in other sciences and economics or a successful career in many areas.
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|McCreary, Paul||mathematics, 3-D modeling|
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|Weiss, Richard||mathematics, computer science|