Acquire a Broad Range of Concepts and Tools
Our Mathematics curriculum at Salve Regina University acquaints students with a broad range of concepts and tools in modern mathematics. Coursework fosters an understanding and appreciation of the discipline, strengthens students’ powers of abstract reasoning and develops their ability to examine and discover structures and patterns.
We offer both a major and minor in mathematics, along with courses that satisfy Core Curriculum requirements and mathematics components of other academic programs at the University. Students may also choose to double major in mathematics and secondary education, which prepares them to apply for Rhode Island teacher certification for grades 7-12.
Our dual-degree offerings with partner universities include a 3+2 program leading to a B.A. in mathematics from Salve Regina and a B.S. in electrical, mechanical or systems engineering from Washington University in St. Louis, along with a 3+2 program leading to a B.A. in mathematics with a minor in data analytics from Salve Regina and an M.S. in data science from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
Life After Salve
Our Mathematics graduates possess both the creative and critical thinking skills needed for success in an array of professions. Some enter graduate programs, while others pursue careers in such fields as business, finance and teaching.
Students with a high level of mathematical expertise can enter technical fields such as engineering, medicine, environmental science, computer programming or statistical analysis. Other career options include cartographer (mapmaker), cryptanalyst, technical writer, market research analyst, architect and geologist.
Mathematics teachers and specialists are in demand at every level of education. The U.S. government hires mathematicians for defense work and for many other purposes, including analysis of census data. Actuaries evaluate risks for insurance companies and set rates; this occupation is often listed as a top career choice based on salary, autonomy, working environment and other factors.
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- Discrete Mathematics
- Linear Algebra
- Differential Equations
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Common Application.
- $50 application fee.
- Official high school transcript, including grades from the senior year.
- Two letters of recommendation (one from a school counselor and one from the teacher of your choice).
- Personal essay.
- SAT/ACT scores (our CEEB code is 3759).
- Two letters of recommendation are required, one from a college counselor/advisor and the other from a teacher who has taught you in an academic subject, such as English, mathematics, science or social studies.
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