Huntington’s Department of Mathematics offers Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in Science, and Bachelor of Science degrees in multiple tracks to prepare students for their exact career after graduation.
Individualized Degree Options
At HU, students can specify their degree options to target their future degree:
- Theoretical: A general math track for students who would wish to take a more traditional path to their degree
- Computational: A track for students interested in math and computer programming
- Actuarial: A formalized track for students interested in an actuarial career
Variety of Career Options
There is great demand today for individuals with strong analytical skills and experience in the development of new technologies. Our programs in the mathematical sciences will help you prepare for a wide variety of careers requiring problem solving, logical reasoning, and the application of modern technology. Students also gain hands-on experience through internships. Students have worked for such companies as Brotherhood Mutual, Bendix, American Specialties, and local schools.
Pulling from various experiences gained throughout her college career, Dawn Lauer enjoys teaching math to seventh and eighth grade students at Woodside Middle School in Fort Wayne, Ind. She earned her bachelor’s degree in math education from Huntington University in 2006. Along with her typical classes, Dawn works closely with a team of four other teachers and together, they co-teach a…
Dr. Brian Rice received his B.S. in mathematics from Harvey Mudd College and his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research interests are in computability theory and combinatorial number theory. He also has a strong interest in recreational and contest mathematics. Brian has been at Huntington University since 2014.