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Learning mathematics is more than equations on the board, more than a pencil and paper problem. Our students realize that math has real-world applications and is fundamental to how the world works. That’s why WC’s math courses incorporate more group dynamics and projects that reflect real-world problems than other schools. Our students don’t just find answers to those pencil and paper problems; they develop an ability to understand concepts, which gets them excited and motivated about becoming immersed in the subject. They become critical thinkers who learn how to solve problems, analyze the solutions and communicate effectively about both their problem-solving methods as well as the implications of the solutions. The faculty members, nearly all of whom hold doctorates, bring real-world experience ranging from engineering and education to business and pure math. Not only do our faculty members teach vital concepts in mathematics, they also assist students in determining how they can pursue their interest in the subject. Faculty members ensure our students meet the right people and engage in the right experiences to advance their knowledge and practical skills, i.e., helping students plan their career journeys.


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Credits to earn a Major


Credits to earn a Minor

Mathematics Major with a Concentration in Data Science

A Mathematics major means you’re a critical thinker with sharp analytical problem-solving skills; a Concentration in Data Science means you’re ready for the future. Data skills expand your post-graduation options considerably, opening the door to careers in data analytics, operations research, machine learning, and more. Our hands-on approach will have you analyzing real data sets right away. And in true Quaker fashion, the capstone will give you an opportunity to contribute meaningfully to the future direction of the college by applying your new skills in data-driven decision-making.

Center for the Sciences & Agriculture

The Center for the Sciences and Agriculture includes the renovated 34,000 square-foot Kettering Science Hall and a 13,500 square-foot addition. The facility hosts 10 classrooms, 10 laboratories, three research labs, two 100-seat lecture halls and 30 offices. The CSA, which was designed for LEED certification as an environmentally friendly facility, is the College’s largest academic building.

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