Mathematics is the study of patterns. Quantifying and formalizing patterns is beautiful for its own sake, as well as critical for understanding science, nature, and society. At Emmanuel, you will learn and work alongside nationally-recognized faculty experts in mathematical biology, biostatistics, topology, combinatorics, voting, and mathematics education. With small class sizes, you will benefit from personal attention and assistance in tailoring the course of study to your own interests. Emmanuel students work one-on-one with faculty in research and in independent study projects. Our graduates go on to work in data analysis, finance, teaching, research, and many other careers. 

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Student-and-faculty group co-authors recently published research that explores connections between biology, math, and collective action.

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