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    Jul 22, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin [Archived Bulletin]

Applied Mathematics Major (BS)


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In the seventeenth century Descartes dreamed of a world unified by mathematics and believed he had seen the future. Today mathematics permeates nearly every aspect of the world, appearing sometimes as a tool and other times as a theoretical science. Hamline mathematics program is focused on the many areas of practical applications of math. As a student in this program, you will have opportunities to explore the connections with computational data science, physics, and teaching, and to choose your path in this field. You will develop many transferable skills and qualities, such as a strong quantitative skill set, the ability to identify patterns and extract important information, logical thinking and reasoning skills, analytical problem solving skills, oral and written communication skills, and programming skills. After graduating with a degree in Mathematics, you will be prepared for a variety of careers, including K-12 teaching, data science, financial analysis and economics, national security, and market research.The mathematics major is comprised of a core set of courses paired with a student’s chosen track. Mathematics students may choose to pursue a Bachelor of Science (BS) or a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Mathematics.

 

 

Diversity and inclusion in STEM:


  • BIOL 1980 - Topic: Inclusive STEM

Seminar in Mathematics:


Students are required to complete two semesters of seminar. Seminar may be completed in any combination - one semester of each, or two semesters of either junior or senior seminar.

Two electives chosen from the following:


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