Grounded in a general liberal arts education, Hope College offers specialized study in more than 90 majors, minors and pre-professional programs.
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As a member of the MIAA and NCAA Division III associations, Hope College sponsors 22 varsity sports for men and women. The college is home to the 2014 NCAA Division III National Championship women’s volleyball team.
The requirement for a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics is a plan of study designed in consultation with a departmental advisor, and includes a total of at least 34 credits in mathematics as follows:
A Statistics Concentration will include MATH 311 , MATH 312 , MATH 365 and either MATH 313 or MATH 362 as part of the 34 required mathematics credits.
See individual course descriptions for prerequisites.