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Learn. Lead. Succeed
Mathematicians with deductive reasoning and quantitative analysis skills are highly sought after in the business world. The Nichols mathematics program equips you with the skills and knowledge to lead in virtually any industry, including:
You’ll learn the mathematical theories, computational techniques, and algorithms that mathematicians use to solve economic, scientific, engineering, physics and business problems.
A strong background in mathematics is also necessary for research in many areas of computer science, social science and engineering.
Whatever industry you want to work in, our mathematics program will prepare you to lead.
Mathematics majors must complete 120 credit hours (approximately 40 courses), including courses from the foundation and liberal arts core curricula, focused electives and these required specialization courses:
Professor of Mathematics / Mathematics Program Chair
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Associate Dean for Liberal Arts / Associate Professor of Mathematics