Do you know where the Fibonacci sequence (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8…) is found in God’s creation?
Demonstrating a working knowledge of math does more than wow your friends. As one of the oldest sciences, math can be used to solve puzzles, calculate percentages, and increase problem-solving skills in many fields ranging from engineering and finance to science. Most importantly, math teaches us about the character of God—His wisdom, infinity, order, and glory, and it helps us accomplish the work God has called us to do.
A minor in math can bolster your competitiveness and preparation for future jobs and graduate work.
Maranatha’s math minor is designed to teach the logic and skill needed to do well in the classroom. Math teachers are needed today, so if you’re a secondary education major, selecting a math minor (22 semester hours) is a good choice to make you a more versatile teacher.
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Did you know?
If you study math, you’re part of a choice company. The following people focused on math when they were in college:
- Michael Jordan and David Robinson, Basketball Hall of Famers
- Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland
- William F. Perry, former Secretary of Defense
- J.P. Morgan, banking, railroad, and steel magnate
- Math teacher
- Bank teller
- Computer work
- Elementary teacher
- High school teacher
- Social scientist