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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
It adds up to success.
Whether it’s using statistics to understand a societal problem or writing algorithms for a computer program, math gives you powerful tools for communication, comprehension and change.
As a Mathematics major at Kansas Wesleyan University, you will study math as part of KWU’s Christian liberal arts curriculum and learn how numbers inform everything from business and public policy to health care and the environment. You will also take classes and work on projects that will expose you to theoretical and applied mathematics as well as computer science.
Because of its flexibility, an undergraduate Mathematics degree from KWU can take you in many career directions, including medicine, law, actuarial science, information security.
- Mathematics Education (6-12)
Why study Mathematics at KWU? One-on-one individual attention!
Mathematics majors at KWU have the opportunity to study in small classes, which ensures your questions get answered. You also get the individualized mentoring necessary to make good decisions regarding your career options.
- Complete an undergraduate research project that culminates in a paper and presentation as part of your Mathematics Research class.
- Get involved in the Math and Physics Club where you will acquire leadership skills and develop your network.
- Participate in mathematics competitions against other students from around the world.
What can I do with a Mathematics degree from Kansas Wesleyan University? Calculate the direction of your career!
Mathematics graduates end up in a variety of careers, becoming project managers, customer account managers, actuaries and math teachers. Others go on to graduate programs as diverse as chemical engineering, business administration, computer science and mathematics.
Add to your knowledge base in these Mathematics classes
- Calculus I, II, III
- Intro to Mathematical Statistics
- Mathematics Research
- Discrete Mathematics
- Modern Algebra
- Game Theory
- Programming in C++
For more information, contact Dr. Jacob Ogle, assistant professor and chair of the Department of Mathematics, or call (785) 833-4465.