The Department of Mathematical Sciences acquaints students with a broad range of concepts and tools of modern mathematics. Our students develop an appreciation for the beauty of mathematics and its power in applications, strengthen their powers of abstract reasoning, and develop their analytic ability for examining and discovering structures and patterns.
Our graduates possess both the creative and critical thinking skills needed for success in an array of professions. Some enter graduate programs, while others pursue careers in such fields as business, finance and teaching.
Data Analytics (Minor)
Open to students from all academic disciplines, our minor in data analytics enhances a variety of majors by providing essential foundational material, key ideas, commonly used tools and experience in this rapidly emerging field.
Data Science (3+2 Dual Degree)
Our partnership with the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth offers a dual-degree program in which students complete three years of undergraduate study in mathematics and data analytics at Salve Regina, followed by two years in UMass Dartmouth's graduate program in data science.
Engineering (3+2 Dual Degree)
Our partnership with Washington University in St. Louis offers a dual-degree program in which students complete three years of pre-engineering study in mathematics at Salve Regina, followed by two years in Washington University's School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Mathematical Finance (Minor)
Our minor in mathematical finance provides the skills required to pursue professional certifications in finance and serves as a quantitative foundation for a career in finance. Our students enhance their understanding of the investment side of finance, corporate treasury operations and risk management.
Mathematics (B.A., Minor)
Our bachelor's degree provides a solid foundation in the principles of mathematics and allows students to combine their coursework with an in-depth study of another field, providing strong credentials for graduate study, including law school and medical school.
Mathematics and Secondary Education (B.A.S.)
Students may choose to double major in mathematics and secondary education, which prepares them to apply for Rhode Island teacher certification for grades 7-12.