The B.A. in Mathematics, our main program of study, is both rigorous and flexible. It is conceived to ensure that students understand and appreciate the nature and power of mathematical thought and it gives them flexibility so they can tailor the program to suit their personal interests and to support their professional aspirations.
- Comprehensive Curriculum to enable students to meet their individual goals
- Cutting-Edge Interdisciplinary Options in bio and financial mathematics
- Majors’ Seminar to foster independence and hone communication skills
- Research, Competitions and Internships afford practical experience afford practical experience
What You'll Study
A strong core supplemented by ample choice to allow you to pursue your passion
Student-focused and at the mathematical cutting edge
Mathematics faculty, often in tandem with students and always leveraging it to their benefit, produce outstanding research in both pure mathematics and applied mathematical sciences.
Rich experiences in and beyond the classroom
When You Graduate
Mathematicians Without Boundaries
The mathematics degree endows students with strong analytical and problem-solving skills and provides them with the foundation for success in a wide variety of careers as well as graduate and professional programs.
Many of our alumni enroll in graduate programs in mathematics or other fields; others pursue careers in industry and business, or in education.
Graduate Schools or Programs:
- Computer Science
- Engineering Science
- Financial Engineering
- Operations Research
- Quantitative Chemistry
- Special Education
- Computer Engineering
- Data Analysis
- Electrical Engineering
- Investment Banking
- Mechanical Engineering
- Software Development
Notable Companies who have Hired Trinity Graduates:
- J.P Morgan
- The NBA
- San Antonio Independent School District
- San Antonio Spurs
- San Francisco 49ers
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