Lindenwood Campus Closed (1/30) – No In-Person Classes

Lindenwood Campus Closed (1/30) – No In-Person Classes

Due to inclement weather and potentially hazardous road conditions, the Lindenwood University campus will be closed today, Monday, January 30. Non-essential employees are to work their regular hours remotely. Essential Employees should contact their supervisor for their on-campus schedule. We thank you in advance for your service.

Classes that are normally held in-person will be held virtually or will have learning activities that can be completed remotely. Students enrolled in classes that are online, hyflex, or hybrid should check Canvas and email for information from their professor, since many of these learning activities will continue virtually. Faculty should provide information regarding changes to class assignments and deadlines. Students should check Canvas and email for communication from their instructors.

All other in-person campus activities are canceled. Virtual events may continue as planned. Any change in dining service hours will be communicated and/or updated in GrubHub.

College of Science, Technology, and Health

Mathematics (BA)

Mathematics (BA)

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Bachelor of Arts (BA) offered in On-campus formats.

Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics will provide you with a rigorous background in many areas of mathematics, computer science, and physics. When you complete the 50 credit hour BA in Mathematics at Lindenwood University, you will be well-equipped with strong analytical and problem-solving skills that will be valuable to employers in many technical fields.  The BA in Mathematics degree also prepares students for graduate studies in mathematics and related fields.

All mathematics courses take a hands-on approach to master concepts and solve problems. All applied math courses use mathematical software to help construct solutions to problems in and out of the classroom. These courses will help you adapt material from engineering and sciences. Lindenwood's class sizes are small to allow for open classroom discussion and individualized attention. 

Why Mathematics? 

The study of mathematics shapes the way one thinks about problems and hones our ability for both abstract and analytical thought. It provides excellent background to model data, determine the optimal information, and to understand the spacial and temporal relationships that exist. A degree in mathematics can provide you with the tools necessary to solves problems in many scientific, technological, or business-related fields. One of the greatest strengths of mathematics is providing the firm foundation in the fundamental rules of abstraction and expression. Individuals obtaining degrees in mathematics find careers in a wide variety of fields such as finance, operations research, risk analysis, education, economics, and more.