Mathematics

The Mathematics minor at Avila

Gain a stronger understanding and develop in-demand skills with Avila’s Mathematics minor. You’ll take rigorous classes where you’ll learn about advanced mathematics, including calculus, modern geometry, abstract algebra and others. Specific courses in business calculus and probability and statistics will give you a broader understanding of how mathematics underlies modern businesses and organizations.

By adding a minor to your studies at Avila, you’re investing into your future—today. Your Mathematics minor is highly complementary to many programs at Avila, allowing you to stack your skills. And when you meet a challenge, you’ll have the support of Avila’s faculty and staff. Thanks to decades of professional and academic experience and FOUNDATIONAL mentorship model of teaching, you’ll have access to your professors and not a TA.

STACK YOUR SKILLS. Learn the art, science, and language of mathematics as you build your academic portfolio.
Are you interested in Mathematics?

Transferring to Avila?

We work with you to make the most of your transfer credits so you’re on track to graduate with a bachelor’s degree.


An Environment to Enhance your Education

Hooley-Bunschu Learning Commons

This is not your mother’s library. State-of-the-art study rooms, public computers, tutoring services, and access to 50,000 on-campus volumes, plus millions of database articles await you.

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Guaranteed Internship Opportunities

All first-year undergraduate students are guaranteed an internship or research experience opportunity.

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Close to Everything Kansas City

At Avila, you’re only 15 minutes away from world-class museums, historical landmarks, professional sports venues, and centers of culture, commerce, and industry.

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Find Your Mentor

Avila’s faculty will challenge you, inspire you, and become more than just another teacher.

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“What I love about Avila is that the professors always push you to do and be better; they teach you how to be the best version of yourself and put you in the right path”

Erica Vallone / ’20
Chad Cooley

Contact

Avila University School of Computer Sciences and Mathematics, O’Rielly Hall
11901 Wornall Road / Kansas City, MO 64145 / 816-501-3720

Chad Cooley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Chair of the School Of Natural And Applied Science
P: 816-501-3790 / E: Chad.Cooley@avila.edu


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