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Applied Mathematics (B.S.)

Students interested in mathematics can select from our degree programs in Applied Mathematics, Applied Mathematics with a concentration in Actuary and Statistics, and Mathematics with Secondary Education leading to Massachusetts state teacher licensure. 

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The Mathematics program at Endicott College offers students a progressive education in cutting-edge problem solving techniques based on a comprehensive foundation in classical mathematics. Advanced coursework will focus on the applied aspects of mathematics and technology, giving students the tools needed to succeed in a wide range of fields such as mathematical modeling, statistics, risk management, or data analysis. Combined with Endicott College’s liberal arts foundation and experiential learning through internship opportunities, the students in the Mathematics program will receive a well-rounded education in both current and classical theories and techniques. 

Actuary and Statistics concentration: Students particularly interested in careers as statisticians, data analysts, or actuaries can choose to pursue a concentration in Actuary and Statistics.

Mathematics/Secondary Education Teacher Licensure concentration: Students electing to become middle or high school teachers can select the concentration in Secondary Education with Teacher Licensure.


Many of the sites that currently take Endicott students, or are targeted to take students, for internships in Biotechnology (Entagen, Daedalus, MIT), Environmental Science (Meridien), Computer Science (IBM, Google) would be potential sites for Applied Math internships and permanent employment.


Graduates of the Applied Mathematics program will find exciting career opportunities in the fields of business, technology, engineering, economics, finance and education, as well as many other industries seeking graduates with strong and broad training in mathematics, statistics, computer science and physics.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the role of mathematics in industry, technology and society.
  2. Apply current technological methodologies to solve real-world problems.
  3. Demonstrate high levels of comprehension in foundational areas of mathematics.
  4. Communicate mathematical ideas to others in mathematics, other technical, and non-technical, disciplines.
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