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Honors Program

Making the most of mathematics

Through the department honors program in mathematics, Blugolds majoring in mathematics liberal arts, actuarial science, applied mathematics/statistics and mathematics teaching are provided with additional opportunities to take their academic experience further. As part of honors, students will participate in high-impact practices such as collaborative research with a faculty member, presenting at a mathematics conference and more. Read about how to get involved with this exceptional program.


Eligibility

Mathematics majors who have a resident and total GPA of 3.50 or higher, and have completed at least 12 hours of mathematics courses with a GPA of 3.50 or higher.

Application Process

An application (which is also available in the mathematics department office) must be submitted to the department chair with a letter of support from a mathematics faculty member. The application should be submitted during the junior year.

Requirements

Graduate with a 3.50 GPA or higher in the major, and submit evidence to the department chair that two of the following have been satisfactorily completed:

  • A faculty/student collaborative mathematics research project

  • ETS Recognition of Excellence in Mathematics Content Knowledge

  • An off-campus mathematics presentation at a conference

  • Participation in a state, regional or national competition in Actuarial Science

  • Passing grade on a professional exam given by the Society of Actuaries or Casualty Actuarial Society

  • A mathematics related internship

  • Acceptance of a mathematics publication in a peer-reviewed journal


Math students presenting

University Honors Program

Not only does UW-Eau Claire have departmental honors programs, but there is also a university wide honors program that eligible Blugolds can get involved with. As part of this program, high-achieving students take courses with unique subject matter that are designed to encourage discussion. In addition, activities outside of class help create a community.

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