A mathematics degree has always been the best route to teach mathematics, either at the college level or below. And it’s always promised better critical, analytical, and even creative thinking skills for those who study it.
More than ever, though, math majors are finding their talents in demand far outside the classroom. Financial analysis, software development, cryptography, biotechnology – each of these fields, and many more, require the problem-solving skills mathematics experts bring to the table.
At Manhattanville, our mission is to prepare you for any of these outcomes. You don’t have to be a mathematics major, though, to benefit from training in the discipline: Math is an essential aspect of a liberal arts education, and at the core of the kind of well-rounded education for which Manhattanville is known.