Your Future in Mathematics

At Charleston Southern, the emphasis in mathematics is actively doing mathematics rather than passively watching mathematics. Classes for mathematics majors are typically small (<20), and the courses focus on developing conceptualization and analytics through processes. The coursework for mathematics begins with Calculus I and includes solid theoretical and applied preparation in each area of traditional undergraduate mathematical study. Our goal is to provide you with the necessary skills for a successful career in your chosen field, while also providing you with a solid foundation for the continued study of mathematics or computer science at the postbaccalaureate level.

CSU is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

Mathematics

With a CSU mathematics degree, you will develop strong analytical skills desired by tech companies and graduate schools and build competency in applied, abstract and theoretical mathematics.

As a Mathematics major, you’ll take courses like…

  • Calculus I, II & III
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Linear Algebra
  • Probability Theory
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  • General Physics I & II
  • Principles of Microeconomics

Graduates are equipped for a variety of career paths.

  • Actuary
  • Biomathematics
  • Industrial Management
  • Statistics
  • Market Analysis
  • Banking
  • Insurance Firms

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College of Science and Mathematics

Charleston Southern’s College of Science and Mathematics ensures through its curricula and course offerings that students in all majors demonstrate an understanding of the continuing role of science and mathematics in human progress. In addition, it provides majors in science and science related fields with the necessary skills for successful careers in their chosen major or for further study in graduate school or professional programs.

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Ashby Hall

Ashby Hall houses classrooms, labs, computer labs, an auditorium and faculty offices for math and computer science. Named for H. E. Ashby.

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