If you received a degree in mathematics from Columbia College, SEAS, GS or Barnard, we’d love to hear from you! What are you doing now? Does your work involve mathematics? In what ways did a math degree from Columbia prove useful? Please send all comments or questions to email@example.com.
The Mathematics Department at Columbia has seen many changes recently. The number of majors has tripled over the past fifteen years and enrollments in our upper level courses have doubled. There are now many new joint majors, including Economics-Mathematics and Computer Science-Mathematics. The Undergraduate Mathematics Society has been a magnet for undergraduates. About ten years ago, we started a highly successful Masters Program in the Mathematics of Finance along with new courses in mathematical finance aimed at undergraduates. With its many research seminars and activities for the mathematical community, such as the Eilenberg Visiting Professorship and the Ritt and Kolchin lectures, the Department is a magnet for research in the New York metropolitan area as well as an exciting place to be a math major!
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The Masters Program in the Mathematics of Finance has its own alumni organization, the Columbia Math of Finance Alumni Association.Print this page