Calculate Your Career

Though math is full of facts and figures, you’re never just a number at Guilford College.

Seminars for Mathematics majors and minors provide ample opportunity to work one on one and in small groups with professors. With your academic adviser, you will plan your course of study within this adaptable major to prepare you for a multitude of math-related careers as well as graduate school.

For instance, you can choose to double major, allowing you to pursue interests in any other discipline and relate them to Mathematics. Often, students combine their studies with Chemistry or Physics because of shared requirements, but a significant number of students also pursue a major in Art or Music.

You can focus on a specific area of Mathematics as well. If you’re interested in earning a graduate degree in a related field, Mathematics majors at Guilford who emphasize theoretical mathematics have been notably successful at respected universities.

Major/minor requirements and course descriptions are available in the online version of the Guilford College Catalog. Use the keyboard shortcuts Control F for PC or Command F for Mac to search the document for your program.

Hands-on Learning

Guilford students have shadowed and/or assisted those with math-based careers: underwriters, accountants, math teachers and professors, industrial buyers, investment bankers and bank managers.