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The Mathematics program at King University offers a Bachelor of Science degree with
or without teaching certification. You can also minor in Math. The upper level classes
have a low teacher-student ratio that ensures personal mentoring. As a math major
you'll have the opportunity to present independent research in poster sessions or
ten minute talks at regional and national mathematics conferences.
King University has a site license for Mathematica, the premier mathematical software.
As a Math major, you will become adept at generating graphics and performing any number
of convoluted operations. Each year King University fields a team of four students
to compete in Math Jeopardy at the Mathematical Association of America regional conference.
In 2011 our students placed 2nd out of 16 teams, besting such schools as Davidson
Although you should not choose a discipline solely on its associated potential earning
power in the marketplace, having that feature is a nice bonus. Mathematics is often
listed as one of ten majors commanding the highest salaries. The career paths of our
Mathematics majors have included:
Recent Mathematics majors pursuing graduate school have been awarded assistantships
and fellowships---which means that the students get paid to take and teach classes
or do research. King grads are studying at:
To view all required courses for a BS in Mathematics click here.
To view all required courses for a Minor in Mathematics click here.
To view course descriptions click here.
The Mathematics program requires a laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 or later, and
wireless and webcam capability.
For information about accreditation click here.