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Mathematics

College of Social and Natural Sciences
Hagg-Sauer Hall
218-755-2880


DR. RICHARD (CHAIR), DR. BOHANON, MR. BROWN, MR. GAUSEN, DR. KNOSHAUG, MS. KNOSHAUG, MS. LIVINGSTON, DR. LUND, MR. MILLER, DR. RICHARDS, DR. RICHGELS, DR. ROSSELET, DR. WESTHOFF

Areas of Study


Mathematics in its purest form is an art concerned with the exploration and expression of ideas. In its practical form mathematics is a symbolic language, and is concerned with the application of mathematical ideas and tools to the sciences and other areas of human endeavor.

The study of mathematics is grounded in problem solving and includes the ability to think in a certain, organized way. It is basic to careers in the natural sciences, essential to the effective use of computer technology, and is valuable in related fields such as the social sciences, business and industrial technology.

The mathematics majors offered by the Department provide students with a core of knowledge in mathematics and allow specialization in both teaching and non-teaching programs.


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