*Students majoring in fields in the Mathematical Sciences fulfill their Core requirement through their major coursework.*

The courses that satisfy the general education requirement in the mathematical sciences present broadly applicable techniques for formulating, analyzing, and solving problems, and for evaluating proposed solutions. Students apply the rigor of mathematical analysis to discover the beauty and applicability of the subject. Courses in mathematics, especially Calculus, take a simultaneously conceptual and practical approach to problem solving. Options to complete this requirement include some Computer Science, Statistics, and Mathematics offerings, including calculus.

Students gain a solid, applications-oriented approach to calculus in addition to a theoretical and high-level treatment of the subject.

Ideal for students interested in statistical concepts, techniques, and applications to data analysis, students engage with problems in the design, analysis, and interpretation of experiments and observational programs.

Students establish a grounding in computational thinking and experience working with real-world data and functional and imperative programming paradigms.