Some compelling reasons to study mathematics and statistics 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.