Kylia visited Emmanuel's Career Center for the first time during her freshman year and made key connections that would eventually lead her to a full-time position in research administration at Harvard University.
The world around us is filled with important, unanswered questions—mathematical modeling can take us a long way in developing a solution or understanding.
Mathematical models are used in the natural and social sciences—and beyond—to help explain and make predictions about the behavior of the world around us. Being able to define a problem and then formulate, analyze and interpret information using mathematical models will benefit students in whichever path they choose to pursue after graduation. Emmanuel's major in mathematics with a concentration in mathematical modeling is also an excellent complement to many courses of study, as the subject is integral to analyzing real-world scenarios in industries from public health and city planning to economics and criminology.
View the 2018-2019 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.
Three electives from this list:
In addition to the courses required for a Mathematics Major, students will complete the following learning goals: