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Mathematics

 

 Mathematics

 

The math program at LMU is designed to provide students with a thorough knowledge of math’s essential fields such as number theory, set theory, logic, algebra, and analysis. Graduates will explore various realms of mathematics with a variety of core course work along with courses in Differential Equations or the History of Math, depending on one’s track. In the math department, our small student to faculty ratio affords more individualized attention. A degree in math can lead to many professional programs and career opportunities. Graduates may obtain jobs in the fields of actuarial training, banking, computer science, cryptology, engineering, numerical analysis, management sciences, quality control, operations research, and statistics.

Degree Programs 

  •  Career Opportunities

    Mathematics has the unique distinction of being applied to virtually every endeavor. Moreover, many employers seek math graduates whom they trust to learn by reasoning over a person trained to perform particular tasks. Consequently, a degree in mathematics can lead to a career in any industry, especially those that employ scientific methods. Professional employment possibilities for math majors include actuarial training, aerospace, banking, computer science, cryptology, engineering, government, management science, numerical analysis, pharmaceuticals, quality control, operations research, and statistics. Admission into most graduate and professional programs, regardless of discipline, depend on demonstration of mathematical ability beyond general studies requirements and even undergraduate degrees in the sciences, especially chemistry, rely on mathematical skills that coincide with the requirements for a mathematics minor.

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For more information about Mathematics , please contact:
Dr. Jeffrey Darrow | 423.869.6420 | [email protected]

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LMU to Continue Seated Classes For Spring Semester

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) President Clayton Hess announced today the decision to continue seated courses and the on-campus experience for the Spring 2021 semester. Social distancing and enhanced safety practices, including wearing masks, will continue for students, faculty and staff, with limited events and visitors allowed on campus during the spring semester.

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Wildlife Society Spruces Up Campus Trail

The Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) Wildlife Society students completed their fall service project cleaning up the overgrown hiking trail near the LMU water tower.

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Faculty Recognized for Transparent Instruction Methods

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) recognized faculty efforts in implementing the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), designed to increase student success through more transparent instruction methods.