Think critically, analytically, and logically.

The mathematics major provides a solid foundation in the discipline and prepares students for work in a variety of fields. Highly developed logic and problem solving skills make mathematics graduates attractive candidates for many business and government positions. This degree is often used as a basis for graduate studies in mathematics, law and business.

An undergraduate degree in mathematics is highly desirable for advanced education in a wide variety of professional fields. Personal satisfaction and pay levels are well above average, and mathematics majors are in demand by employers. Cornerstone’s Christian perspective will help you to experience mathematics as a window to the beauty, creativity and order that God expresses in his creation.

  • Overview

    • School: Traditional Undergrad Academics
    • Division: Kinesiology, Science & Mathematics
    • Degree Type: Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Minor
    • Format: Residential
    • Location: Grand Rapids
  • Program Details

    • Major Credit Hours: 36 (requires minor)
    • Minor Credit Hours: 24
    • Application Deadline: Rolling admission
      • Fall semester—August 15
      • Spring semester—January 1

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics typically accept positions as analysts, engineers, managers and actuaries in business, research or government. Actuarial science, operations research and statistical analysis recruit mathematics graduates. Earning an advanced degree in mathematics opens opportunities such as research and development and cryptography. It is also an excellent foundation for graduate study in business, law, linguistics and theology.
  • Degree Completion

    You can earn a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics or a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics degree in four years. 

    Download a semester-by-semester class planning guide to preview the steps required to complete your degree.