Mathematics majors at Randolph College gain problem-solving and analytical-thinking skills and the practical background needed to pursue a career or graduate study in mathematics.
It is a “learning-by- doing” atmosphere, with an emphasis on written analysis, where students discover the usefulness and intricacies of mathematics and related fields.
Both the bachelor of science and bachelor of arts in mathematics are offered, as is a minor.
The department offers a computer science program with a bachelor of science degree and minors in computer science and data science.
The department also offers independent study courses where students can learn about how mathematics applies to such fields as economics and business, political science, psychology, biology, chemistry, cryptology, linguistics, physics, and general science.