The mathematics program at Redlands aims to provide you with a deep appreciation for and understanding of mathematical ideas, together with the opportunity to apply mathematical tools to problems from the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.
The program emphasizes mathematical thinking and problem solving and both written and oral communication of mathematics. The department strongly values innovative teaching and student centered learning. We occupy the second floor of one of the newest buildings on campus, Appleton Hall, and our study areas and faculty offices are busy with students and faculty talking about and working on mathematics.
The major in mathematics leads to the bachelor of science degree. After completing core courses, you can choose electives from pure mathematics, applied mathematics, or statistics, or from courses that help you prepare for teaching middle school or high school mathematics. If you are seeking a mathematics minor, you may also choose electives from these areas.