Mathematics majors learn knowledge and awareness of topics such as basic real analysis of one variable, calculus of several variables and vector analysis, and the structure of mathematical proofs. Students will also acquire the ability and skills to move from concrete to abstract thinking; recognize patterns and connections between mathematics and other subjects; and construct logical arguments that they can articulate both verbally and in writing.
The Quantitative Finance certificate helps prepare students for careers in analytical problem solving. Students will take classes in math, economics, and finance as well as take introductory courses to Python and Java.
Characteristics it possesses
Creative Problem Solving
Technical and Computer Skills
Topics in Advanced Mathematics