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.

Portrait of Joseph King

Class of: 2014

I am currently a data scientist at The Boeing Company in Seattle, Washington, where I utilize data to build predictive models and provide analytical solutions. I have contributed to areas such as sensor data analysis, text mining maintenance messages...Read more

Portrait of Jeffrey Larson

Class of: 2005

B.A. in Mathematics, Carroll College, 2005

M.S. Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado Denver, 2008

Ph.D Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado Denver, 2012

Postdoctoral...Read more

Portrait of Emily Speranza

Helena native and Carroll graduate Emily Speranza is breaking the mold with her math and biology double major by pursuing a doctoral degree in a field she says is dominated by men.

In the fall, she is starting a fellowship, which includes full...Read more

Portrait of Craig Jenneskens

Class of: 1992

Degree: Mathematics, 1992

Post-Graduate Degree:: Master's Degree from University of Notre Dame in Environmental Engineering - 2007

Current Work: Civil Engineer - Site Development Group...Read more

Photo of Elizabeth Carlson

Class of: 2016

"I graduated from Carroll College in May 2016, with a major in mathematics and a minor in physics.  I'm currently attending graduate school at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I am working on obtaining my Ph.D. in mathematics, and in my...Read more

Portrait of Shannon Flugstad by water

Class of: 2004

iPad Apps

Brief description of responsibilities: 
I work in the New Product Development department at Thomson Reuters. I am responsible for making sure our products are easy and enjoyable to use. To do this, I...Read more

Portrait of Dustin Dickerson

Class of: 2010

After completing my Master’s degree at Montana State I began work for the Center for Clinical Translational Research at Billings Clinic where I consulted on various research projects and helped gather data in the field.  The desire to be closer...Read more

Portrait of Amy Telck

What is your favorite thing about Carroll?

My favorite thing about Carroll is the buildings. Each building contributes to the unique history of Carroll. For example, each floor in Saint Charles Hall, the oldest building on campus, tells a...Read more

03/01/2018 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

MA 471 - History Seminar in Mathematics

1.00 Cr
This course in the history of mathematics is intended to give students an insight into some of the great masterpieces of mathematics, as seen in their historical contexts. Developing an understanding of the individuals who were the creators of mathematics helps one better appreciate their creations.