Programs of Study
No matter which academic path you choose, the mathematics faculty will encourage you to think creatively about your long-term options.
Major or Minor in Mathematics
Learn about a wide variety of fundamental mathematical concepts and the nature of mathematical proof.
Major in Mathematics Education
For preparation to teach math to students in grades 5-12. Students seeking licensure to teach math must major in mathematics and education.
Major in Mathematical Finance
An interdisciplinary program with the Offutt School of Business
Major in Computer Science – Data Analytics Concentration
An interdisciplinary program combining mathematics, computer science, and data.
Minor in Data Analytics
Learn skills in the growing field of data analysis.
Careers and Continuing Studies
Recent Concordia graduates are working around the world as actuaries, engineers, data analysts, teachers, and in computer and healthcare technologies.
Many of our alumni continue their education at graduate programs in math, physics, chemistry, economics, statistics, and other specialties at institutions like Notre Dame, Iowa State, Kansas State, and the U of M. Several students have earned doctoral degrees in the fields of mathematics and computer science.
Semester in Budapest
Spend one semester in Hungary taking 3-4 math courses (in English).
Teacher-Leader Honors Program
In March 2020, Concordia College was awarded a $1.2 million Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship grant to implement the Mathematics Teacher-Leaders Honors Program. 16 students will receive scholarships during their junior and senior years at Concordia.
Tracing the History of Mathematics is offered in May and led by Dr. Douglas Anderson. The itinerary includes time in Greece, Italy, Switzerland, France, and the U.K.