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Mathematics and Statistics Department

Why Major in Mathematics & Statistics at Washburn?

We offer every student a wide variety of opportunities to study mathematics and statistics within three different major programs: Pure Mathematics, Actuarial Science, and Secondary Math Education Certification.

Our faculty members genuinely care about the students and are readily available for consultation.  Their primary interest is encouraging academic excellence while providing the necessary support for you to succeed.

Mathematics minor

Students who exercise the optional minor in mathematics will fulfill the fifteen hour requirement by taking courses numbered MA 151 or above (excluding MA 206 and MA 228). Six of the hours must be at the upper division level.

Associate of Arts in Natural Sciences and Mathematics

The general requirements for an Associate of Arts degree in Natural Sciences and Mathematics are listed in the Washburn University catalog.  See Requirements Common to all associate degrees, in the index.  For a field of concentration in Mathematics, 12 required hours are satisfied by Mathematics courses numbered 151 or above (excluding MA 206 and MA 228). 

Testimonials

"The smaller class size and having the actual professor teaching the material is one of the many facets of the education at Washburn University that sets the school apart from other universities. I knew my professors each personally and they were always willing to take extra time to spend with me if I needed additional help. I feel my life has been enriched through the education and experiences Washburn University and its professors afforded me." - Holly Kennedy

"Washburn University's Actuarial Science program provided the opportunities I needed to position myself higher than actuarial students coming out of other universities. The program provided classes that prepared me for great success in the preliminary exams, helping me pass several exams before graduation. If I hadn't decided to go to Washburn for Actuarial Science, I don't think I would've had half the success I've had in this field." - Brian Oxendine

"My time at Washburn was rewarding and I couldn't have chosen a better university. The mathematics and statistics courses were top notch, and were taught by excellent professors who challenged me and who always had open doors to help students. Everyone shares an enthusiasm and passion for math, which is motivating. When I graduated I felt prepared and ready to start my career in math education." -Paige Spade

Current Students

GET IN TOUCH WITH Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Morgan Hall, Room 250
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621

Phone & Email
Phone: 785.670.1491
linda.wilson1@washburn.edu

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