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Undergraduate Programs

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Unlock the patterns in the world around us.

If you know that mathematics is more than just numbers — and that mathematical research underpins discoveries that can make a difference in the world, whether it’s curing diseases, calculating economic data, or understanding black holes — then you’re in the right place. We are a community of scholars who love math, whether it’s breaking down equations or exploring theories. We also know why math matters, and we welcome you to join us as we decipher the universe.

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Mathematics Major or Minor

Areas of focus for Clark mathematics majors are pure mathematics; applied mathematics, including mathematical biology and statistics; actuarial science; and teacher preparation.

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Data Science Minor

Gain knowledge and skills in this emerging field, spawned by the development of increasingly powerful computer hardware and software capable of processing gigabytes of data.

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Computational Science Concentration

Do you want to learn computational tools and techniques? Apply numerical methods, models, and algorithms to your major.

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Mathematical Biology and Bioinformatics Concentration

Learn how to analyze and interpret the big data being collected by modern biology research techniques. Explore important research questions as well as modeling and analytical tools.

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Graduate Program

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Master of Science in Information Technology

After you finish your undergraduate degree, consider Clark’s M.S. in Information Technology (MSIT). Learn strategic uses of IT as well as pivotal aspects of cybersecurity and data management.

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Student Research and Projects

Working with a faculty mentor, pursue independent research on cutting-edge problems from a specific math subfield, then share your work in publications or poster presentations.

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Student Clubs, Activities, and Awards

Clark offers a number of student clubs and organizations geared toward math majors. If you’re interested in competing, you can join your peers and travel to national and international contests.

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