- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Mathematics provides liberal arts students with an introduction to the kinds of mathematical and quantitative thinking important in the contemporary world. As a technical and cultural field of study, our coursework ranges from introductory level math to applied math to statics and operations research.
Why is Studying Mathematics at Oberlin Unique?
- MATH 133 - Calculus I: Limits, Continuity, Differentiation, Integration and Applications 4 credits
- MATH 231 - Multivariable Calculus 4 credits
- MATH 328 - Computational Algebra 4 credits
- MATH 345 - Information Theory 4 credits
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Life After Oberlin
Source: Career Center, Class of 2015, Primary status within the first 12 months after graduation. Sample: 21.
What Grads Do
Full-time Employment: 57%
Graduate/Professional School: 19%
Part-time Employment: 5%
Service/Gap Year: 5%
Hyannis Port Research
Mortgage Industry Advisory Corporation
Junior Java Developer
University of Wisconsin–Madison
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill