As an LVC mathematics major, you’ll benefit from learning how to think creatively, solve complex problems, and present your solutions in compelling ways, in addition to building a strong foundation in mathematic principles.
For a well-rounded education, you can double-major in other fields, like actuarial science, data science, and computer science. If you’re thinking that math education is the path for you, we offer a secondary education teacher certification. Depending on your interests, the great thing about LVC’s math degree is that it’s flexible—allowing you to double-major in any other program here, from the arts and humanities to business.
Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to succeed at whatever you do, using your outstanding technical, critical thinking, and communication skills. Need-based departmental scholarships are available.
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You’ll learn calculus, linear algebra, probability, statistics, and computer programming as an LVC math major. We offer electives in subjects like abstract algebra and cryptography, and, in your junior and senior years, you’ll help choose topics for specialized upper-level courses. The skills you develop translate well into a fulfilling career—recent graduates work as security engineers, data scientists, programmers, analysts, and researchers for organizations like Elsevier, The Hartford, Mercer, Aetna, and Hershey Medical.
Top Mathematics Research
Flex your math skills with the Mathematical Physics Research Group. You’ll work with professors and peers from the physics and computer and data science programs, collaborating on research topics like functional programming and quantum information science.
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In Their Words
Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Clyde A. Lynch 283-E
Associate Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Clyde A. Lynch 283-G