Mathematics at King's
"The universe is a grand book which cannot be read until one first learns to comprehend the language and become familiar with the characters in which it is composed. It is written in the language of mathematics."
Use deductive reasoning to explore the numerical and spatial aspects of creation. King's mathematics professors introduce students to the inner workings of mathematics and its applications. Mathematics is the language of science.
Students study a number of different focuses in mathematics and have the opportunity to pursue a particular area of interest with a special topics study.
King's mathematics professors and staff are committed to:
- Improving students' skills as mathematicians through logical reasoning, problem-solving, and theory.
- Enhancing students' understanding of how mathematics acts as a measurable framework for many disciplines and is intertwined through creation.
Mathematics from a Christian perspective
King's professors acknowledge and use the immense analytical power of mathematics, while realizing its subtle limitations and restrictions. Mathematics is used as a way to explore God's creation, its forms, patterns, shapes, and incredibly intricate aspects.