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MATHEMATICS

PUSH YOURSELF TO THINK DIFFERENTLY.

The Department of Mathematics at Norwich offers students flexibility, hands-on experience, world-class faculty, and extracurricular opportunities matched by few small universities. Our faculty is second-to-none in fostering undergraduate development and has a reputation for superlative research.

As a mathematics major, you can join with our faculty to explore areas in pure and applied mathematics—from cryptology, graph theory, and real analysis to logic, statistical methods, and applications of differential equations. You can also work toward licensure as a secondary mathematics teacher. Or study actuarial science and work toward becoming an actuary. We offer enough electives for you to earn a minor or double major in another field, or to take on an internship.

Once you have mastered the foundations of mathematics, you'll work directly with faculty to design and carry out original research. Many majors go on to publish or present findings at regional or national conferences.

  • Program Details

    At Norwich University, we believe mathematics is the universal tool. A tool that can be applied to the hard sciences and many fields beyond. Computer scientists write algorithms every day that have a firm foundation in mathematics. Psychology and criminal justice specialists regularly use statistical methods.

    Mathematics has a mesmerizing dual nature. It is a source of problems and beautiful results in its own right. Can we calculate the rate at which fluid is entering or leaving a region of the brain? How can imaginary numbers help us compute real quantities? Can we trust the conclusions of a poll in a newspaper?

    Flexibility and experiential learning

    Norwich offers enough free electives for math students to earn a minor or a double major in another field of interest. Our students pursue secondary areas of study in a variety of areas, including engineering, biology, economics, computer science, information assurance, and teacher education and licensure

    Experience across disciplines

    The department has developed a community of scholars with specialties in both pure and applied mathematics. Areas of expertise include wavelets, oceanography, ocean surveillance, graph theory, real analysis, Fourier analysis, actuarial science, statistical methods, extensions of trigonometry, abstract algebra and secondary education. Professors with graduate degrees in mathematics are responsible for teaching all courses.

  • Mathematics Minor

    Any student can benefit from a minor in mathematics. It is a discipline that crosses every discipline and career. Understanding mathematical concepts will serve you well, whether you are seeking a career in biology, engineering, management or numerous other fields.

    As a math minor, you are invited to design you own program to blend courses with your academic majors, with the advice of the department. To minor in mathematics, students must complete six courses above basic math with at least three at the 300 and 400 level, all with a grade of “C” or better.

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    To view Mathematics course offerings and curriculum maps for majors, minors, and concentrations, see the Norwich University Catalog:

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Meet Our Mathematics Faculty

  • Sean Kramer

    Sean Kramer

    "It’s always been a joy to teach, and that’s why I love this particular institution. The emphasis on teaching is really strong here." Read More
  • Joe Latulippe

    Joe Latulippe

    “Being able to share my research with students has been extremely gratifying. Collaborating on research projects, I am able to bridge theory and practice and provide them with experiential learning." Read More
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