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As the world and the economy become more reliant on technology, the need for people with strong mathematical backgrounds will only increase. Mathematicians have the ability to think through problems in a logical and rigorous manner, to see patterns in data, and to formulate models and strategies to solve problems. Mathematicians are employed in almost every sector of the economy. In finance, they help create financial instruments and determine the amount of risk in investments. In manufacturing, they design quality control procedures and streamline processes. In medicine, they design models to see the effects of drugs and to help decide the proper dosages.
The Mathematics program at Martin Methodist gives each student a wide base of knowledge to start their mathematical careers. Leaving the program, students should be ready for graduate school, an entry-level job in mathematics, or a job as a teacher. Because the Mathematics program at Martin Methodist is small, we are able to give every student personal attention. The Special Topics course allows us to offer majors a course that piques their interests. The Senior Project gives students an opportunity to explore some topic of their own choosing, expanding their knowledge and view of mathematics.