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The Mathematics Department is dedicated to providing students with the best possible liberal arts education while preparing them for success in graduate school, careers in government industry, or education. Majors offered include Mathematics B.A. and Adolescent Education in Mathematics. 

Program Highlights

  • Participate in undergraduate research, service learning, and a variety of activities that will enhance your education and prepare you to be successful in your career.
  • Work in a close and collaborative atmosphere - classes ranging from 5-25 students.
  • Learn about today's most relevant areas of mathematical science, including computer science, applied modeling, and statistics.
  • Be prepared to take the actuarial exams.
  • Earn your provisional NY State teaching certification.
  • Work out math problems with professors and fellow students in the Math Lab.
  • Students learn to:
    • Develop effective thinking and communication skills
    • Recognize the value of mathematical theory as useful and enlightening in both pure and applied contexts 
    • Use technology effectively, both as a tool for solving problems and as an aid to exploring mathematical ideas 
    • Develop facility with visualization, see connections among mathematical areas, and appreciate the power of abstract thinking by combining ideas from linear algebra and calculus. 
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Adolescent Education in Mathematics

As a Daemen Adolescence Education in Math major, you’ll be engaged in both mathematics and education classes throughout your time at Daemen. Students initially concentrate on core math courses that provide them with the knowledge and skills to make mathematical contributions to society through pure mathematics or mathematics applied to other disciplines. Education classes prepare students to have the confidence and preparation for a career in education. Adolescent Education in Mathematics Page

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Giambattista Davis

Mathematics and Liberal Studies

Giambattista is from Amherst, NY, is a dual mathematics and liberal studies major, and has minors in philosophy, art history, and psychology. Giambattista is also a student-athlete on the men’s basketball team. As president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Giambattista leads members in offering input on rules, regulations, and policies that affect the lives of student-athletes on campus. The group also develops programming that positively impacts the community.

As a dual degree student, Giambattista found Daemen’s core competencies important. These competencies – critical thinking and creative problem solving, communication, moral and ethical discernment, and civic responsibility – are all integrated into Daemen’s academic curriculum. With two majors and three minors, Giambattista will graduate while finishing his degree within three years. His next step will be to play basketball professionally in Italy. His ultimate goal is to get his Ph.D. in mathematics.

AfterMath Club

AfterMath is a student group open to all individuals that appreciate and have an interest in mathematics. The club sponsors social activities to bring awareness to the value of math to the Buffalo community. We invite you to join us for pizza during any of our meetings. Learn More

For more information, contact Intisar Hibschweiler, Chair of the Mathematics Department, at or call 716-839-8322.