The Mathematics program will prepare you to serve in the marketplace in a wide range of fields including business, education, science, and engineering. In addition to developing strong logical, analytical, and computational skills, the program seeks to model Christian maturity and to guide students as they discover the glory of God in mathematics.
“Employment of mathematicians is expected to increase by 22 percent during the 2008–18 decade, which is much faster than average for all occupations. Advancements in technology usually lead to expanding applications of mathematics, and more workers with knowledge of mathematics will be required in the future…. Many mathematicians also are involved in financial analysis and in life sciences research.”
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Teaching at the secondary school level is also a typical career path for mathematicians; school districts highly value educators with a single subject teaching credential in mathematics. The Math program at WJU can easily be coupled with a credential to allow you to teach Math in the public or private setting.
- Logical, analytical, and computational skill development
- Small class sizes
- Capstone course
- Christ-centered, faith based courses
- Personalized advising
- WASC Accredited
Career & Internship Opportunities
- Computer science and software development
- Business/Financial analysis
- Life science research
- Operations research
The following list of private fee based tutors is provided as a service for students, and should not be interpreted as an endorsement or recommendation by the William Jessup University Mathematics Department. Check with each individual tutor for their prices, qualifications and style of tutoring. If you are a math major or minor and wish to be listed as a private tutor please contact Bradley Wagner.
|Moriah Chacefirstname.lastname@example.org||Arithmetic to Calculus 3|
|Eliana Purcellemail@example.com||Algebra 1 through Calculus 1|
|Madyson Rahnfirstname.lastname@example.org||Algebra through Calculus 1|
- Think logically and analytically.
- Demonstrate problem statement and solution proficiency.
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate mathematics in both written and verbal form.
- Apply mathematics to other disciplines.
- Be prepared for graduate study and employment in mathematics.
- Integrate mathematics into a Christian worldview.