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Major in Math at Erskine College!

Through Erskine’s mathematics major, you will develop problem-solving skills and abstract reasoning abilities, which will prepare you for a rapidly changing workplace.

Recent graduates from the program have entered a variety of careers. Some have become teachers, worked in business, served in the armed forces, practiced law, or worked in industry. Others have completed graduate studies in mathematics, physics, statistics, computer science, and philosophy.

Mathematics Degree: Choose Your Path

The degree consists of 35 hours of math courses above the basic requirement while a minor consists of 15 hours. Within the major, you can choose from three tracks:

  • A major in pure mathematics prepares you for graduate-level studies as well as careers in information science, business, law, and research.
  • If you pair the math major with an education minor, you can earn a teaching certification which qualifies you to teach math at the middle- and high-school levels.

The core for all majors includes:

  • Calculus I, II, III, & IV
  • Computer Programming
  • Foundations of Math
  • Linear Algebra
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Introductory Mechanics
  • Introductory Electromagnetism
  • Senior Seminar

Whether you plan to attend graduate school or enter the workforce, the mathematics department equips you with valuable knowledge and analytical skills to solve real-world problems.

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Erskine College Admissions

Learn about the application process or get in touch with the Admissions Office.


“20 Best Jobs for Math Majors,”

“Math Occupations,” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“What Can You Do with a Math Degree” U.S. News and World Report.

Art Gorka

Professor of Mathematics
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Kokou Yano Abalo

Dr. & Mrs. James Rogers Young Professor of Mathematics
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Catherine White

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
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