Mathematicians are creative. They find solutions for old problems—and discover new problems as well. You’ll see evidence of God as you study math at Northwestern because mathematical laws describe the workings of the universe—and its divine order and constancy.
The diverse courses of Northwestern’s math and physics departments will teach you both analytical and creative problem-solving skills. Together those add up so you equal an attractive candidate, whether you’re headed to the job market or graduate school. Explore programs
Northwestern’s full-time math faculty all hold doctorates in specializations that range from math education to Fourier-Feynman Transforms. One, Dr. Tim Huffman, is the entrepreneurial developer of ADAPT, which is used by actuarial exam prep company Coaching Actuaries. Explore faculty
Northwestern's actuarial science degree is ranked 18th on a list of the nation's 40 best-value programs by online-accounting-degrees.net. NWC is 1 of 2 and the highest-ranked Christian college on the list. In addition, Northwestern is 1 of just 6 CCCU schools recognized by the Society of Actuaries on their exclusive list of Universities & Colleges with Actuarial Programs (UCAP). Our actuarial science students have, on average, passed 2 actuarial exams by the time they graduate. Actuarial graduates’ overall exam pass rate is 80% (compared to national pass rates of around 50%).