Mathematics is the study of patterns. It provides a unique way of investigating and understanding both real and imagined worlds around us. The development of problem-solving and critical thinking skills will prepare you for a career in almost any field. Our small classes, careful advising and close personal attention provide the support and guidance designed for developing your unique abilities to the fullest.
of students are employed, attending grad school or working in service or volunteer positions within six months of graduation.
Xavier's not a huge school, and that's a good thing. Even in introductory courses, classes have fewer than 25 students. Upper-level courses get even smaller, with personalized attention from faculty along the way.
Xavier offers special summer research programs locally, as well as opportunities to get involved in a national project. Senior projects are completed under the supervision of a faculty member, with review during a final presentation.
Participate in a funded internship or work on campus as a paid tutor in the Mathematics Tutoring Lab or the Learning Assistance Center. Connect with our Career Development office to find the perfect fit.
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Through the study of mathematics, students develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, one of the reasons mathematically-trained people are needed in almost every field. Careers in mathematics consistently rank highly in Best Jobs lists.
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