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Mathematics Program Overview

The mathematics program at the University of Providence is designed to provide the students with a thorough foundation in all of the fundamental areas of modern mathematics.

The math majors will gain a competitive set of skills in a supportive environment. The university’s small class size allows for a math seminar format which creates an atmosphere of shared learning among students and the instructor.

Mathematics as a discipline has universal applicability. Mathematics is a science created to understand the nature and the use of natural phenomena to improve human life. It is the simplest systematic discipline that human beings have created.

As the world becomes increasingly quantitative, those individuals with a math degree or a strong background in math will play a lead role in the research and application of policies affecting everyone’s lives.

A mathematics degree is one of the most flexible areas of study as it prepares the mind for the types of reasoning skills that are valuable in all walks of life. Organizations, from local to multi-national, depend more and more on quantitative reasoning and mathematical models to help solve their problems.



Program Faculty

Michael Antila, M.S.

Instructor of Mathematics
Email michael.antila@uprovidence.edu

Meredith Hecker, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Email meredith.berthelson@uprovidence.edu

Stephen Muir, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Math
Email stephen.muir@uprovidence.edu

Contact Information


Email admissions@uprovidence.edu