To study mathematics is to study the underpinnings of all intellectual pursuits.

Mathematics is the language of patterns. If you can find a pattern in something-be it science, art, finance or sports-then you can use math to describe it and perhaps predict what will happen next. At Emmanuel, you can focus on applied mathematics, statistics or theoretical mathematics. The small size of the department means that the student gets personal attention and assistance in tailoring the course of study to her or his own interest. Students have the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty in research or independent study. Never will you be just a face in the crowd.


  • Mathematics

    Mathematics is a powerful collection of tools for analyzing and solving problems.

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  • Statistics

    We live in a world increasingly driven by data. How can we use numbers to solve real-world problems?

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Department Highlights

Small classes, big advantages

Faculty in the Mathematics Department have a wide range of backgrounds and interests and work one-on-one with students or in student-faculty research groups to help hone their interests as early as the first year.

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