Mathematics is an integral part of many systematic or logical processes, which in turn underlie numerous professions. A lawyer who must argue cases on a daily basis, for example, requires as much facility in critical analysis as an economist.
The mathematics program at Randolph College provides you with training in problem solving and analytical thinking, as well as the practical background you need to pursue a career or graduate study in mathematics.
In a "learning-by-doing" environment that also includes frequent written analyses, you discover the usefulness and intricacies of mathematics and related fields. Outside the classroom, our mathematics club provides a chance for students and faculty to get together in an informal setting.
Find out how the Randolph College mathematics program adds up for you.