Mathematics
Excel in a program that demands selfdiscipline and clarity of thought. Understand the study of mathematics. Prepare yourself for a professional career.
 Small class sizes
 Combined handson experience and fundamental education
 A student community that fosters an atmosphere of learning and mutual success
 Opportunities for International Study, handson field experience, and cocurricular activities
PERSONALIZE YOUR DEGREE
Pair a math major with computer science, chemistry, accounting, education, or any other major/minor offered at the University of Jamestown!
Gain reallife experience – all before your graduate.
Internships
Obtain work experience and make informed career choices through internships of a semester or more in length.
Research Experience
The National Science Foundation funds a number of research opportunities for undergraduate students through Research Experiences for Undergraduates programs. Students are associated with a specific research project and work with a faculty member and other researchers in the mathematics field.
Career Options
 Chief Financial Officer
 Physicist
 Mathematician
 Operations Research Analyst
 Logistician
 Mathematical Technician
98%
Placement Rate^{1}Rate based University of Jamestown 2018 bachelor’s degree graduates^{ 1}
46K194K
Expected salary range for a
mathematics professional^{2}Based on data from “FOCUS 2 CAREER”^{ 2}
COURSEWORK
Course 
Title (credits) 


Math  151  Calculus I (4) 
Math  152  Calculus II (4) 
Math  175  LaTeX (1) 
Phys  203  Physics I (5) 
Math  230  Fundamentals of Advanced Math (3) 
Math  253  Calculus III (4) 
Math  314  Technology in Mathematics (3) 
Math  315  Linear Algebra (3) 
Math  352  Ordinary Differential Equations (3) 
Math  360  Junior Seminar (1) 
Math  405  Real Analysis (3) 
Math  415  Algebraic Structures (3) 
Math  460  Senior Seminar (1) 
Course 
Title (credits) 


Plus 3 classes from the following:  
Math  300  Directed Study (3) 
Math  390  Special Topics (3) 
Math  310  Discrete Mathematics (3) 
Math  353  Partial Differential Equations (3) 
Math  359  Topology (3) 
Math  400  Directed Study (3) 
Math  401  Mathematical Statistics I (3) 
Math  402  Mathematical Statistics II (3) 
Math  404  Geometry (3) 
Math  406  Complex Analysis (3) 
Math  412  History of Mathematics (3) 
Math  490  Special Topics (3) 
Math  495  Independent Study (3) 
Total Semester Credits Required: 47 