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The University of Wisconsin-Parkside offers an undergraduate major in mathematics with options in pure mathematics, applied mathematics, or teaching mathematics in elementary and secondary school.
All mathematics classes at Parkside, at the calculus level and above, are taught by full-time faculty members with Ph.D. degrees.
Small class sizes at all levels of instruction, coupled with an outstanding faculty, some of whom have won the school-wide awards in teaching or research, makes Parkside an ideal university to study mathematics at the undergraduate level.
Recent surveys have indicated that physics majors are among the most likely students to be accepted into medical schools. Holders of undergraduate degrees in physics are also in high demand in all high-tech fields in the workplace, and in teaching professions.
Recent graduates from the Parkside physics program have gone on to graduate schools such as the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ohio State University, and Oxford in England.What our graduates are saying:
"I benefited from the close personal contact from my professors within and outside of my major (physics) at UW-Parkside. It was this experience that furthered both my academic and professional careers." -Rob Catapan
"I am extremely pleased with my physics academic experience at UW-Parkside. The dedicated and knowledgeable staff, and up-to-date computers offer an outstanding learning environment. The student-to-teacher ratio allows individual interaction between the professor and student. Its a very enjoyable experience to be part of." -Jenenne Fields
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