What are graduates of the Mathematics program doing now?
In addition to options for pursuing graduate education, a degree in Mathematics prepares you to pursue career options as an educator, actuary, engineer, or business manager.
Christopher Segroves '07
"I'm currently working on a master’s degree in mathematics at Western Michigan University and am currently applying to the Ph.D. program there. Glorifying God through the study of the beauty of his creation through mathematics is a big passion of mine; it is something I also desire to pass on to others. Mathematics can be hard to wrap you mind around – yet serve the God who made mathematics! How great is that? I am very blessed to have gone to Cornerstone for my undergraduate degree. I had many godly examples of academics to study under, and because of the wide knowledge base I have from taking many Bible, science and math classes at CU, I have many tools with which to tackle problems."
With a major in Mathematics, what classes will I take?
Discrete Mathematics | MAT-243
Explore topics such as sets, functions, relations, counting methods, graph theory, matrix theory, and number theory, gaining introduction to operation counts and algorithmic complexity.
Modern Algebra | MAT-341
Study groups, rings, and fields and their substructures with examples from transformation groups, matrix rings, and number fields.