The Mathematics curriculum provides a thorough knowledge of the fundamental mathematical concepts and enables the student to develop the art of mathematical discovery as well as competence in the use of mathematical procedures. A student graduating with a Mathematics major from the University of Saint Joseph is a logical thinker who is well educated in all major areas of Mathematics (calculus, linear and abstract algebra, probability, statistics, and analysis) and has strong problem solving, communication, and technology skills.
Majors often pursue teacher certification at the secondary or elementary level; some select a minor in fields such as Economics, Accounting, Management, Information Technology, or Biology. In addition to the traditional Mathematics major, a concentration in Computer Science is available. Graduates pursue diverse career opportunities in fields like education, research and development, insurance, finance, actuarial science, programming, and software engineering.
Mathematics with a Concentration in Actuarial Science, B.S.
Mathematics with a Concentration in Computer Science, B.S.
Computer Science Minor
Information Technology Minor
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