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# Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

# Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

# Math is crucial in our technological world. When you can build math models and think critically, you’ll be set up for big opportunity in a variety of fields.

At Ursuline, you’ll benefit most from our small classes. Picture this scene: you and your classmates are all working at the whiteboard. You get to work at your own pace, as your professor circles the room providing individualized instruction. You’re never left behind, and you’re always growing your skills. And seeing all these women around you writing algorithms and solving differential equations is inspiring and intentional: women’s college graduates are more likely to find success in the male-dominated STEM fields than their co-educated counterparts.

Learn more on the Mathematics program homepage.

# Math is crucial in our technological world. When you can build math models and think critically, you’ll be set up for big opportunity in a variety of fields.

At Ursuline, you’ll benefit most from our small classes. Picture this scene: you and your classmates are all working at the whiteboard. You get to work at your own pace, as your professor circles the room providing individualized instruction. You’re never left behind, and you’re always growing your skills. And seeing all these women around you writing algorithms and solving differential equations is inspiring and intentional: women’s college graduates are more likely to find success in the male-dominated STEM fields than their co-educated counterparts.

Learn more on the Mathematics program homepage.

Check out suggestions of over 90 careers you can choose when you study mathematics.

You’ll take the following classes, in addition to your Ursuline Core Curriculum, to fulfil the requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics:

- Mathematics 221 – Calculus I
- Mathematics 221 – Calculus II
- Mathematics 420 – History of Mathematics
- Choose seven of the following: Mathematics 212 – Statistics, Mathematics 223 – Calculus III, Mathematics 310 – Number Theory, Mathematics 311 – Abstract Algebra, Mathematics 312 – Higher Geometries, Mathematics 313 – Linear Algebra, Mathematics 324 – Differential Equations, Mathematics 412 – Advanced Statistics, Management Information Systems 260 – Programming in Visual Basic, Physics 201 – General Physics I, Physics 202 – General Physics II

To minor in Mathematics, take the following classes:

- Mathematics 221 – Calculus I
- Mathematics 221 – Calculus II
- Choose four of the following: Mathematics 212 – Statistics, Mathematics 223 – Calculus III, Mathematics 310 – Number Theory, Mathematics 311 – Abstract Algebra, Mathematics 312 – Higher Geometries, Mathematics 313 – Linear Algebra, Mathematics 324 – Differential Equations, Mathematics 412 – Advanced Statistics, or Math 420 – History of Mathematics

Read course descriptions and learn about additional requirements and options in the Course Catalog.

Michelle Wiggins, Ph.D., Chair

Rosemarie Emanuele, Ph.D.