|Title||Hamilton College - Mathematics Department|
|Publisher||Mathematics Department, Hamilton College: Clinton, US (NY)|
|Country (State)||United States of America (NY)|
|Format of data||text/html|
|Description||"Mathematics is the language of science and of social science, of business and of commerce. The study of mathematics requires the ability to abstract and organize information, to reason and argue logically, to employ effective problem-solving strategies, and to communicate ideas and discoveries in a well-organized and precise fashion.
Students graduate from Hamilton with all these abilities, as well as strong communications skills and a demonstrated ability to deal with quantitative problems. Faculty members work closely with students in a variety of course formats ranging from formal lectures to intimate seminars. In each, the focus is on a two-fold goal of improving students' competence in the subject matter while providing skills useful in the wider arenas of the College as a whole."
|Source Type||University Departments|