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Calculus II Class

Calculus II Class


  • Mathematics


  • Mathematics

Educator Preparation: Mathematics, Grades 6–12

  • Major requirements and course descriptions are outlined in the Huntingdon College Catalog.
  • These programs of study are part of the Department of Mathematics in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

Pre-professional Preparation: A strong major to prepare for the professional study of engineering.

Numbers in Action

Combine your quantitative skills with training in logic and the clear communication of ideas with a Huntingdon Mathematics major. Get involved through hands-on experiences that include:

  • Huntingdon Mathematics Club
  • Kappa Mu Epsilon national mathematics honor society—Huntingdon’s chapter active since 1965
  • Opportunities to attend regional and national conferences
  • Service with Alabama Science Olympiad
  • Teacher Candidate clinical experience placements with area schools for those preparing for secondary education teaching careers
  • Internships with area businesses and organizations

Why Huntingdon?

Through the Mathematics major, you will acquire a core body of mathematical knowledge, develop your quantitative and analytical skills, and, more broadly, learn to present concise logical arguments in both written and oral form. A degree in mathematics is excellent preparation for studies in areas as varied as engineering, economics, medicine, and law. The flexibility of the requirements at Huntingdon allows you to customize the degree, or combine your course work with a second major, to better prepare you for your postgraduate plans.

  • Excellent placement rates into graduate and professional schools
  • Flexibility for a second major
  • Liberal arts core curriculum strengthens critical thinking and communication skills
  • Deepen your studies through the Hobbs Honors Program


Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad


Trey Worthington '15 is a student in the mechanical engineering program at Auburn University.

Trey Worthington ’15 is a student in the mechanical engineering program at Auburn University.

Mathematics careers abound in science and industry, finance and economics, and even in sports and entertainment. Mathematics is a fundamental tool for engineering, actuarial science, weather forecasting, industrial quality control, computer network traffic analysis (and automotive traffic analysis, as well), marketing, insurance, opinion polling, virtually every field of science (such as chemistry, archaeology, astronomy, medical research, and geology), animation and special effects, communications, and logistics. In addition, the study of mathematics prepares your mind to approach problems logically and to prepare concise yet thorough arguments to support decisions. For these reasons, Huntingdon Mathematics graduates have entered virtually every career field.