Bachelor of Arts
Mathematics at Greenville University
Mathematics at Greenville University prepares students for many different callings. Our emphasis on precise deductive thought, problem solving, careful communication, and work with technology prepares you to move comfortably into many fields. While teaching mathematics and graduate work in mathematics is something many of our graduates pursue, an even greater number head into diverse fields such as telecommunications, computing, medicine, the aerospace industry, statistics, accounting, and actuarial science. Mathematics graduates have also been successful as ministers, professional artists, lawyers, and coaches. One of the advantages of the mathematics program is its flexibility. Double majoring in mathematics and most any other major is possible, leading to even more powerful preparation for what and where you are being called.
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Research opportunities. In mathematics and in the sciences, there are summer undergraduate research opportunities for mathematics majors.
Face-to-face. Through small classes and regular office hours, you'll have nearly unlimited access to our well-trained mathematics faculty.
Education for character. Both in the classroom and through interactions outside of it, building character is a high priority for the mathematics program.
“Greenville University in general and the mathematics program specifically prepared me to be successful in the world from a career perspective. But even more importantly they prepared me to live a good life, care for others, and sacrifice myself for Christ’s sake."
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The mathematics major leads to a bachelor of arts degree and requires 34 credits of mathematics and computer science courses.