Students come to Limestone with diverse backgrounds in mathematics. The first task of the department is to determine the student's appropriate placement in the sequence of mathematics courses. The aim of the mathematics department is to place entering students where they are comfortable, yet where they feel challenged, where they succeed, and where they feel well prepared for whatever lies ahead.

Related Occupations

The Mathematics concentration provides courses that will prepare students to pursue careers in many fields such as finance, business, and science.

Fast Facts

  • Our graduates have gone on to excellent graduate programs in the U.S. and Europe.
  • Many of our majors double major in mathematics and an area of business.
  • The degree program leaves plenty of elective hours to double major or minor in an area of the student's choice.
  • Our graduates work in diverse fields such as logistics research, statistical analysis, sales, and business management.

Explore Experiental Major Map

saints mapsUse this map to help plan and guide your experience at Limestone. Each student’s experience is unique so please keep in mind the activities outlined in this map are suggestions and can be tailored to you! Always consult with your advisors whenever possible for new opportunities and updates.

Requirement Notes

  1. Limestone's required Competency & General Education courses
  2. A total of 120 credit hours
  3. The required courses listed below (36 credit hours)

* This major includes one AWE course (3 credit hours)

Note: All mathematics major subject area courses must be passed with a "C" or better.

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