Our Department has 30 tenured or tenure-track professors. We are proud of both the rigorous curriculum that we offer in our classrooms and our engagement of students in learning outside the classroom, which includes student/faculty research collaboration.
In addition to our standard, 36 credit liberal arts mathematics major, we offer programs in actuarial science and mathematics education.
A student in the liberal arts major selects from three emphases: liberal arts, statistics, or applied mathematics. The 36 credit liberal arts major also requires a 24 credit minor.
The actuarial science program is a 60 credit "comprehensive" major, and so no minor is required. These 60 credits include courses in mathematics, economics, finance, and accounting.