Why Study Mathematics at New College?

Mathematics at New College is challenging and exciting. Working closely with faculty mentors, you will have the opportunity to actively participate in your own education, and by your senior year you will be taking advanced coursework more typically found at the master's level rather than undergraduate.

Mathematics area of concentration

The Mathematics Area of Concentration at New College is both challenging and exciting. Students are exposed to a broad range of mathematical disciplines from linear and abstract algebra to analysis and differential equations. They develop strong critical thinking and problem solving skills, the ability to produce rigorous mathematical proofs, and a deep understanding of powerful mathematical theories having many applications as well as their own internal beauty. A variety of courses and tutorials on advanced topics are available, giving majors the opportunity to work on advanced material often found in graduate school offerings.

See also Applied Mathematics.


Recent Theses

  • The Heat Content of Triangles
  • Lorentz Violation in the Collective Excitations of Condensates
  • Knot Theory and the Alexander Polynomial
  • More Rings More Problems: A Discussion of Number Fields for Homomorphic Cryptography
  • Mathematical Linguistics: The Pumping Lemma and Classification of Natural Languages
  • The Stability of Theories from Categoricity to their Spectrum
  • Methods in Tiling with subsets of Zn
  • Group Ring Cryptography

What Can I Do with a Mathematics AOC?



Recent graduate Naeem Chowdhury describes the Mathematics program at New College.


Professor of Mathematics
State College of Florida

Mathematics Instructor
Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire

Research Scientist
USDA, Albany, California

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Mathematics Curriculum

View the requirements for an AOC in Mathematics and see sample pathways to graduation.

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Undergraduate Program

New College of Florida offers more than 40 different majors in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, as well as a number of interdisciplinary concentrations.

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