Some compelling reasons to study mathematics at Connecticut College
Challenging curriculum: Relevant courses covering theoretical and applied mathematics, from advanced courses in analysis and algebra to courses filled with real-world applications such as statistics and finance.
Close student-faculty interaction: Small classes, accessible professors, one-on-one collaborations, and informal functions.
Interdisciplinary focus: Many mathematics majors often complete a second major or minor in fields such as economics, physics, computer science and education; others participate in the centers and study abroad programs.
Paid summer internships: Paid, supervised internships with faculty members on campus or in industry settings.
Activities beyond the classroom: Grading and tutoring for the department, career nights, colloquia, problem-solving contests, trips to mathematics conferences, social gatherings, and more.
Promising futures: Our graduates pursue careers in scientific laboratories, computer firms, financial companies, public school education, and higher education. Others enter graduate programs in fields such as mathematics, statistics, chemistry, and education.
Stacey Lion, Department Assistant
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New London, CT 06320-4196