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. Adam Paape
Associate Professor

Dr. Angela Walmsley
Associate Professor of Mathematics

Dr. Thomas Weber
Associate Professor of Mathematics

Nicole S. Muth
Assistant of Mathematics