All students must complete a Senior Project in their major. In the Mathematics Department the Senior Project may involve proving original theorems, verifying nontrivial details in published proofs, devising original examples to illustrate concepts, describing the results of an independent study project, or similar activities. Regardless of the kind of Senior Project undertaken, it must demonstrate that the student has confronted, interacted with, or done some substantial mathematics. Drawing connections between mathematics and other disciplines, such as mathematics education, physics, chemistry, computer science, or economics, is allowed and welcomed.
Senior Projects in Mathematics
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