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Increase Your Love of Numbers 

Develop your love for math. Learn the skills to harness theories, understand technology application, and present research with confidence. Combine a math major with business to give you a unique base of knowledge, valued by both companies and organizations, or consider an actuarial science concentration if statistics and analysis appeal to you.

What can you do with a math degree?

Grow your expertise in finances or analysis. With your degree in mathematics, you could become a:

  • Financier
  • Cryptographer
  • Biomathematician
  • Teacher

Find more careers through the Mathematical Association of America.

Learning Resources

Don't let math intimidate you! Our low student-to-faculty ratio allows you to spend more time with your professors. Peer tutoring is always available. Feel free to contact our Academic and Career Services Center to explore your options.

Math Courses

Curious what classes you'll take as a math major?

  • Calculus
  • Statistical Methods
  • Introduction to Probability Theory

Find more of the classes you will take in our academic catalog.

Experience Outside Class

  • Tutor – As you learn, reach students on and off campus. Opportunities for tutoring all ages abound with DWU's connections to the local school district.
  • Attend Conferences – The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference and Exposition has welcomed DWU students in the past. This event lets students present their work and learn from other professionals and students in the region.
  • Join Math Club – Share your passion for statistics and problem solving with your classmates. Help create an award-winning float for homecoming, or bake and sell pies for Pi Day to spread the love of our favorite number.

Interested in finance and risk management?

Actuaries are mathematics professionals who are in demand. Check it out!

Get to Know Your Professors

Number lovers unite! Our low student-to-teacher ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction with professors.

Any Questions?

Contact us anytime! Call admissions at 605-995-2650, or email us at

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