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It prepares the student for a variety of positions in banking, insurance, manufacturing, transportation, and other industries. Such positions are frequently in staff areas involving the application of quantitative methods to decision-making situations—for example, sales forecasting, demographic analysis, personnel planning, financial control, and operational analysis. This program also prepares the student for pursuing post-graduate work in the field of applied mathematics and operations research.
This interdisciplinary program is offered as a major only; there is no mathematics-business minor offered at this time.
Students should begin the calculus sequence as early as possible in their college career and should consult with their faculty advisor in selecting courses from the elective and recommended categories.
The content on this page is for informational purposes only. Official degree requirements can be found in the Whittier College Catalog.
Electives are optional, but highly recommended. Students should confer with their faculty advisors to select appropriate elective courses.
For more information about the Mathematics-Business major, please contact the program advisor.
Professor of Mathematics
Wardman Hall 207