Admissions Office
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811
(218) 723-6046
(800) 249-6412
TTY/TDD: (218) 723-6790

Luther Qson, Ph.D.
Department Chair
Science Center, Room 1101B
(218) 723-6716


Program Facts

  • Prepares students to teach mathematics, pursue graduate study or, with a double major and/or minor, apply mathematics to other math intensive fields such as the sciences, finance, computer science and actuarial science.
  • Math students hone their analytical thinking and decision-making skills, while gaining a solid foundation in an area crucial to everyday living.
  • A math major or minor combined with St. Scholastica's strong liberal arts coursework means students acquire a well-rounded education.

Program Requirements

Major: 42 credits
Minor: 20 credits

Research or Internships

Math majors have secured internships as program analysts, market analysts and programmers in such organizations as Securian Financial, Target Corporation and Harvard University. 


The outlook for St. Scholastica math grads is definitely bright. About 25 percent of St. Scholastica math majors have gone on to teach math in a high school setting; 35 percent have gone on to graduate school and 40 percent have put their mathematics skills to use working in actuarial professions, engineering, academics, government and private industry.

Become a math teacher by pairing this program with the middle/secondary education major. Learn more

Boost your brain power and give yourself a competitive edge in our global economy by pairing your major with a language. St. Scholastica offers programs and courses in American Sign Language, French, German, Latin, Ojibwe, Russian and Spanish.

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  • "I decided to be a math major because I have loved numbers for my whole life. I love the logic behind them, solving problems and the concept behind them. I love math. What I love most about St. Scholastica are the professors. I enjoy that they care about you as a student and as a person. They really want you to succeed and they help you to succeed."

    – Sophia Rubbelke, ‘13