Solve problems with competency, care and creativity
A degree in mathematics, mathematics education, or mathematics and systems from Taylor University will prepare you to be a competent, caring and creative problem solver working in education, government, business or ministry in areas like web design, consulting, computer analysis, engineering, graphic design, statistics, and actuarial services. You will also be prepared for graduate school at places like MIT, the Mayo Clinic, Rutgers University, and Indiana University.
Our faculty engage you in a dynamic community that expands beyond academics to enrich your spiritual and social development. You will have the opportunity to participate in State Math competitions, a math club, summer research and internships, Honors Guild, and take trips with other students during J-term and Spring Break.
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Interested? Watch these clips from Dr. Mummert and Aaron. Check out our degrees and majors. Better yet, schedule a campus visit and see for yourself how our faculty is second to none when it comes to student engagement and academic excellence.
Dr. Phil Mummert, assistant mathematics professor, discuses The 3 Factors you need to consider when selecting where to study mathematics. Hint: We have all 3 of them at Taylor!
Aaron – “One of the main reasons I love Taylor is…the life outside of the classroom.” Watch Aaron’s video and listen to him describe the benefits of Taylor’s community as the relationships he has built help him succeed academically, socially and spiritually.
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Published: April 15, 2015
Professor of Mathematics Dr. Ken Constantine has been awarded the 2015 Indiana Section Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics.
Published: April 06, 2015
Taylor University’s Mathematics Competition Team has recorded its highest-ever finish in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition. Taylor finished 26th among 431 colleges and universities throughout the United States and Canada, placing them among the competition’s top six percent.
Published: April 02, 2015
Taylor University Professor of Mathematics Emeritus and the founder of the Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis and Friends David Neuhouser died last evening following a sudden illness.