Undergraduate Program in Mathematics


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Drop in feedback sessions for Math 6, 108 and 109 on Tuesday February 13th from 12 - 1 in 105 Building 15. Drop in feedback session for Math 5 on Wednesday February 14th from 3 - 4 pm in 211 Building 15. Ombuds meetings are also being held from Math 1b and 3. If you're interested in serving as an Ombudsperson, contact Meagan.

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Mathematics combines abstract logical thought with concrete investigations into symmetry and order. It looks for patterns, makes analogies and formalizes the conclusions succinctly, in a way that they are useful in a variety of places where there is structure. Those who major in math go well beyond the basics to study calculus, differential equations and statistics, the basic structures in algebra, analysis and geometry, as well as rudiments of combinatorics and set theory.  Juniors and seniors are given the opportunity to focus their studies in an area of interest by taking advanced topics courses and through reserach with faculty members. Students learn to write coherent and complete proofs of various assertions, to work out non-trivial examples and, when possible, use computational tools. Our undergraduate program has a special emphasis on equipping the students with needed tools for a successful research career. The knowledge and skills acquired here are consistent with admissions to graduate programs in peer institutions. Seniors are encouraged, but not required, to do a bachelor's thesis in an advanced topic. 

Course Information

Course Recommendations for Freshmen

Degree Requirements

Diagnostic and Advanced Placement Information

Prizes and Awards

Summer Research Opportunities

Undergraduate Math Club

Undergraduate Newsletter for PMA Students

Undergraduate Program Description

Upcoming Math Seminars