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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Math Team Ranks Within Top Seven Percent in Worldwide Competition

HELENA – The Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) recently announced the results of the annual Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) & Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling (ICM), held in January 2019.

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An Oasis of Learning

Note: This article originally appeared in the 2018 summer edition of Carroll Magazine and has been adapted for the web

by Candace A. Cain, '82 | Interim Vice President for Advancement

02/21/2019 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
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Class of: 2018

"I graduated in 2018 with degrees in mathematics and foreign language for international development. Why should you come to Carroll? First off, one of my favorite parts about the math program at Carroll is that it's very applied. I love math because I...Read more

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Class of: 2017

"I majored in math and physics at Carroll and I'm currently a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics. My area of interest is in stellar astrophysics; we seek to understand the first stars. Unfortunately, the first...Read more

Walking In Faith as a Carroll Saint

Note: This article originally appeared in the Summer 2018 edition of Carroll Magazine and has been adapted for the web

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Class of: 2016

"I studied math and physics at Carroll (graduating in 2016). What I found is that the only people who work harder than the students are the professors, and this is especially true in the Physics and Math Departments.

Starting out my first year...Read more