Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Mathematics

Love sports? Earn a degree in mathematics and become a sports statistician - keeping all the latest stats on players in your favorite sport.

Susanna Long '10
"The math program means a lot to me and my plans to become a future math educator," said Susanna Long from Rydal, Ga. "The professors are very approachable and always willing to devote their time to helping students during and after class."

Are you organized and efficient? Mathematics can lead you into the field of operation research - work in corporate UPS and figure out how to get the most packages delivered in the least amount of time.

Want to pilot an airplane? A mathematics degree can help you build the foundation to pursue a master's in aeronautical engineering.

Do you think that poker and blackjack players win because of luck? You might be surprised to know that it is all about mathematics. The winning players know how to figure out the probabilities to get that certain hand to win.

Mathematics Can Take You Anywhere
As a mathematics major at Reinhardt, you will learn the skills you need to use math in the everyday world. Look at this list of jobs and salaries provided by our Career Services Office.

A Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Mathematics prepares you to enter the workforce ready to apply mathematics creatively in many different careers and fields including: business, engineering, science, education and programming. At the same time you will learn the mathematical way of thinking required for further study in graduate school.

Caring, Committed and Convenient Faculty
The mathematics faculty follow the three C', “caring, committed and convenient”, in mentoring students. The faculty care about your success and are committed to helping you not just memorize, but understand math. In the tutoring lab or during a soccer practice, all faculty are convenient to reach whenever you need help with a math problem ... or two.

Feed both sides of your brain!

Major in mathematics at Reinhardt and learn how to answer the questions that people care about. For more information, view the mathematics program brochure or contact us at

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