Mathematics uses deductive reasoning to explore the numerical and spatial aspects of creation. It provides a quantitative framework for many disciplines and forms the “language of science.” At King's, students study mathematics with a Christian perspective that acknowledges and utilizes the immense analytical power of math while realizing its subtle limitations and restrictions.
Students investigate the surprising patterns of pure mathematics, with its rich interconnected structure and delve deeply into the great questions of mathematics: what are all these sets, numbers, and functions; where did they come from, and how and why do they fit together in so many astonishing ways?
Quantifiable aspects of many academic disciplines are flourishing, including population models in mathematical biology, asset and resource development models in business and finance; information processes in computing science; even the mathematics of sound production in music! This makes math a useful addition for any King's student looking to add add a quantitative analysis perspective to their program.
Mathematics programs offered at King's
Available as a major
- Currently not available
Available as a minor
- 4-Year B.Sc.