Inherent in music and art, philosophy and logic, and the social and natural sciences, mathematics is at the core of a liberal arts education.

At Northland, you will explore the relationships between mathematics and these other disciplines, while also working collaboratively with the mathematics faculty to develop comprehensive skills in traditional mathematics.

Thus, you will graduate with an appreciation for the centrality of mathematics and with the knowledge and experience to solve complex problems by modeling environmental, social, and physical phenomena.

With these skills you will be prepared for graduate work in mathematics, engineering, and other disciplines or for work in a variety of fields including teaching, business, and government.

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Where Mathematical Sciences Can Take You