Develop your analytical skills while studying Mathematics at Lindenwood University
Mathematics study shapes the way one thinks about problems and hones their ability for both abstract and analytical thought. A degree in Mathematics can provide you with the tools necessary to solve problems in many scientific, technological, or business related fields.
Careers in Mathematics
Individuals obtaining degrees in Mathematics find careers in a wide variety of fields, including: Actuarial Science, Biostatistics, Data Science, Economics, Education, Finance, Operations Research, as well as many others.
Earning a Degree in Mathematics at Lindenwood University
The degrees offered by the Department of Mathematics are:
- Bachelor of Science in Data Science
- Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
- Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Actuarial Studies Emphasis
- Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with Secondary Certification
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Actuarial Studies Emphasis
- Minor in Mathematics
The faculty in the department of Mathematics at Lindenwood University are dedicated to providing excellent instruction and mentoring, both inside and outside of the classroom. They make a point of being accessible to students, and are happy to help their students find success in their classes, as well as in their future careers.
More information about the Mathematics Faculty can be found on the Faculty Page.
Honors Sequence in Mathematics
The Lindenwood Honors Sequence in Mathematics is a challenging series of courses designed for a small and motivated group of incoming math majors. The goal of the sequence is to provide a rigorous foundation in mathematics that will prepare students to pursue graduate study and careers in research and academia. Students selected to participate in the sequence will embark on an ambitious and intensive program of study for their first two years, and then work closely with faculty on research and reading projects in more advanced areas of mathematics that align with the student’s interests. In addition, Honors Sequence participants will contribute to the academic culture of the department by giving talks, mentoring younger students, holding review sessions, and running math outreach programs for the local community. For more information, please visit the Honors Academy.