You’ll have many opportunities to apply what you learn in mathematical sciences, ranging from on-campus research projects and assistantships to studies overseas. Recent internships have included actuarial work and software development.
Bethel also emphasizes undergraduate research. One recent project by a Bethel math major won first place at the Kansas meeting of the Mathematical Association of America. Other research takes place off-campus – one student spent a summer working in engineering at the University of Illinois, while another studied mathematics in Budapest, Hungary, for a semester.
Finally, Bethel students consistently perform well in state, regional and even national computer programming and mathematics competitions.