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Mathematics, B.A./B.Sc.

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Pittsburg, CA, United States
The Mathematics programme offered by the Chatham University includes an introduction to the principle branches of mathematics: calculus, algebra, probability, statistics, and analysis with emphasis on application of mathematics to the sciences and social sciences.


The goal of the Mathematics programme offered by the Chatham University is to help students build a solid foundation of mathematical knowledge to prepare them for graduate or engineering study, employment in a wide range of industries, or for elementary or secondary teaching certification.

Both Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees are available for mathematics students to pursue. Minors are available in Mathematics, and Masters of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degrees and secondary certification are also available.

At Chatham, mathematics students explore the principle branches of mathematics, including calculus, algebra, probability, and statistics, along with analysis, with emphasis on applications of mathematics to the sciences and social sciences. Students work closely with a dedicated faculty with opportunities to apply what they learn in research programs and beyond.

Detailed Programme Facts

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    • For priority review and scholarship consideration students should apply by March 15th for the fall term and by November 1st for the spring term.
  • Programme intensity Full-time
  • Credits
    43 alternative credits
    • Bachelor of Arts: credits 
    • Bachelor of Science: 56 credits
  • Languages
    • English
  • Delivery mode
    On Campus

Programme Structure

    Courses included:
  • Scientific Research Methods
  • Internship - Mathematics
  • Elementary Statistics
  • Calculus 
  • Linear Algebra
  • Multivariate and Vector Calculus
  • Advanced Analysis

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General Requirements

    • Completed online application for admission via The Common Application.
    • Admissions essay or personal statement.
    • All official secondary and postsecondary transcripts, mark sheets or records. Original transcripts and official English translations are required for non-English institutions.
    • SAT and ACT scores (optional).
    • One letter of recommendation.
    • Copy of passport photo page (with identification information).
    • Copy of immigration documents (if currently living in the United States).
    • Proof of financial support (official bank statement, signed bank letter, or financial guarantee indicating enough funds to cover the first year of education at Chatham).

Tuition Fee

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    36276 USD/year
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    36276 USD/year
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  • *tuition flat rate (12-21 credits per term).

Living costs for Pittsburg

  • 1100 - 1600 USD/month
    Living Costs

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Grants are available from sources on and off campus to help undergraduates explore opportunities associated with the disciplines of science and mathematics.

Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP)
  • In addition to the support provided by the Hulme fund, Chatham annually awards money for a few students in science program to work with a Chatham faculty member on his or her research each summer for 10 weeks. The number of positions varies each year.

Aura Raspaldo Hulme '50 & Milton G. Hulme, Jr. Excellence in Science Endowed Fund

Travel Funds

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