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Be a problem-solver.

Math is present in every aspect of life. As a Mathematics major, your professors will give you individual attention as you learn quantitative problem-solving skills, logical thought processes, and how to apply these concepts to every day life. Whether you want to pursue a career in insurance, business, or even actuarial science, we will prepare you for the job.

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COURSEWORK

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Requirements total 47 hours. This includes 36 hours of required courses, 3 hours of elective courses, and 8 hours of supporting courses. Up to 8 hours count for general education requirements. You’ll take interesting courses like:

  • History of Mathematics
  • Number Theory
  • Financial Management

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CAREERS & INTERNSHIPS

Theories and formulas are only part of the equation; to fully understand math, it must be applied to life. Leave Trinity prepared to pursue careers in a number of arenas, including insurance, computer science, or even certain engineering fields.

Career Objectives Include:

DEPARTMENT FACULTY

Course Title Credits
Mathematics Core (39 hours)
CIS 110 Introduction to Computer Fundamentals 4 hours
CIS 120 Computer Programming I 3 hours
MA 121 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 4 hours
MA 122 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4 hours
MA 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III 4 hours
MA 321 Mathematical Statistics 4 hours
MA 331 Linear Algebra 3 hours
MA 335 Differential Equations 3 hours
MA 340 History of Mathematics 4 hours
MA 412 Geometry 3 hours
Choose one:
MA 411 Modern Algebra 3 hours
MA 413 Real Analysis 3 hours
MA 420 Number Theory 3 hours
Supporting Courses (8 hours) – Choose one sequence:
CH 111-112 General Chemistry I and II 8 hours
PHY 111-112 General Physics I and II 8 hours
Highly Recommended Courses:
BUS 411 Financial Management 3 hours
BUS 424 Management Science 3 hours
PH 170 Logic 3 hours
PH 242 Philosophy of Science 3 hours