- 1 Mathematics is integral to our 21st century technology and is central to many areas of science, engineering, computing, finance, and industry.
- 2 According to the United States Department of Labor, people who work in Mathematics-related fields earn a median of $74,040 a year.
- 3 A degree in Mathematics will further develop your analytical, logic, critical thinking, reasoning, and organizational skills, all of which are useful in every profession.
Why Study Mathematics at Saint Joseph's College?
Our Mathematics program is designed to lead to several career paths. After graduating from SJC with a degree in Mathematics, you will be prepared to enter graduate school, teach mathematics at the secondary level, or find a job involving applied mathematics.
SJC’s Mathematics program places emphasis on gathering and modeling data for application in the real world. That said, the faculty members at SJC encourage all of their students to pursue internships. Common internships in the Department of Mathematics include working with the Donaldson Corporation, the National Security Agency, AT & T, and the Teaching Scholars Program.
Dedication to Excellence
We pride ourselves on having facilities comparable to a large university but with a more personal atmosphere. SJC's Department of Mathematics has high quality equipment and is constantly in search of new technology. Thanks to the Vernier Grant, our Mathematics students have access to new technology that shows them how Mathematics can be applicable in the real world.
Faculty and Class Size
SJC's Department of Mathematics consists of faculty members who hold master’s or doctoral degrees in their fields of expertise. The average class size ranges between 10 and 15 students.