Concordia University Wisconsin’s Mathematics major is licensable for secondary education, and our minor a licensable for elementary education.

What You’ll Learn in the Mathematics Program

In our math program you will:

  • Learn to use computers and computer systems as tools for problem solving
  • Develop a thorough understanding of calculus including differential equations, sequences and series, vector-valued functions, and partial derivatives
  • Study discrete mathematics and topics like sets, proof, induction, combinatorics, functions, and algorithms
  • Explore the relationship between a Christian worldview and a technological society
  • Study probability and statistics by learning basic methods of sampling and interpreting data
  • Study abstract algebra, linear algebra, and differential equations
  • Complete a research project on a mathematical topic of interest

Career Choices

A degree in Mathematics prepares you for any number of career opportunities including:

  • Statistician
  • Business consultant
  • Financial or securities analyst
  • Actuary
  • Scientific researcher

Complementary Majors/Minors

  • Secondary Education
  • Business
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy
  • Computer Science
  • Actuarial Science


CUW Math majors complete a core liberal arts curriculum as well as a broad overview of mathematics including calculus, linear algebra/differential equations, geometry, abstract algebra, and real analysis. See our course catalog for the full curriculum.

High School Prep Courses

  • Algebra 1 & 2
  • Pre-calculus
  • Geometry
  • Statistics
  • AP math classes


Dr. Jon Baum
Professor of Business & Mathematics

Dr. Dennis Evans
Associate Professor of Mathematics

Dr. Thomas Weber
Associate Professor of Mathematics

Nicole S. Muth
Assistant of Mathematics