Southeastern's Mathematics program gives students the opportunity to develop their analytical thinking, quantitative reasoning and problem-solving skills, preparing them to succeed in graduate school or in a variety of careers in business, industry, government or teaching. Students in the program develop computational skills using a variety of scientific software and technology; enhance their communication skills allowing them to access, disseminate and analyze mathematical information; and receive a well-rounded introduction to the main branches of modern mathematics, maintaining an appropriate balance between theoretical and applied mathematics.

Other Concentrations

  • Business/Actuarial Science
  • Industrial Mathematics
  • Mathematics Education
  • Pure Mathematics
  • Scientific Computing


  • Mathematics
  • Scientific Computing

Required Semester Hours 120

Program Highlights

  • Research experiences available for advanced students

  • Internationally recognized faculty research in abstract algebra, partial differential equations, numerical analysis, linear algebra, and mathematics education. 

  • Small class sizes in upper-level courses provide students with individualized attention

  • Departmental Scholarships and internships with leading business and local government agencies available.
  • Honors curriculum and Honors mathematics courses at the introductory level


What Can You Be

Types of Jobs

  • Accounting
  • Actuarial science
  • Computer systems
  • Consulting
  • Finance and insurance
  • Industrial engineering
  • Industrial mathematics
  • Information technology
  • Middle school or high school education
  • Operations research
  • Software engineering
  • Statistics

Types of Employers

  • Community Colleges
  • Consulting firms
  • Corporations
  • Financial institutions
  • High Schools
  • Middle Schools
  • Technology firms
  • Universities



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Student Orgs & Activities

Pi Mu Epsilon

Calculus Jeopardy

Integration Bee

Women in Technology