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Mathematics is the language of the sciences, a cultural phenomenon with a rich historical tradition, and a model of abstract reasoning. With a vibrant community of over 750 declared majors and minors, Mathematics is also one of the more popular subjects to study at Michigan.

Undergraduate students fill mathematics classes with approximately 13,000 enrollments each year. While many of these students enroll in courses for freshmen, approximately two thirds enroll in one or more of the Department's diverse collection of advanced courses.

We invite you to explore the many opportunities Michigan Mathematics affords. If you need more information about degree programs, course selection, career advice, etc. you may setup an advising appointment with a math advisor.

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