Students develop expertise in applied mathematics, and supplement math courses with courses in other fields. Biology, chemistry, computer science, and engineering are integrated with mathematic theory. Majors go on to attend graduate schools like MIT, Notre Dame, and Carnegie Mellon, and have successful careers in business, science, government, engineering and education. Carroll teams have placed as "Outstanding" (the top 1%) three times in the international Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling in the past nine years.

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Class of: 2018

Jesica Bauer, a 2018 graduate and former math modeling team member, received some wonderful news from the National Science Foundation regarding an NSF graduate research fellowship. I asked Jesica to provide a follow up on this wonderful news...Read more

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02/20/2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

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Carroll hosts the Montana Math Modeling Challenge (MMMC)

This past weekend, for the sixth year in a row, Carroll College hosted the Montana Math Modeling Challenge (MMMC). The MMMC is a 24-hour regional modeling contest for undergraduate students.

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11/21/2019 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
10/26/2019 (All day) to 10/27/2019 (All day)
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MA 301 - Teaching Math Content & Methds

3.00 Cr
Teaching Mathematics Content and Methods for Middle Grades This course is intended to build deep conceptual understanding of mathematics as well as the understanding and implementation of teaching methods for 5th - 8th grade mathematics. Specific topics include the teaching and learning of algebraic reasoning, proportional relationships, and functions. There is a particular focus on current middle grades mathematics curriculum and children's mathematical thinking at the middle grades level (5th through 8th grade). This course is intended for either elementary education majors or secondary mathematics education majors.
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09/26/2019 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm