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Quantitative Perspectives Concentration

To look at the world quantitatively means to ask questions that can best be answered with analytical data.

This concentration emphasizes ways to make connections between quantitative analysis and other disciplines, which differs significantly from a traditional math major or minor.

Sample Projects

Students' past projects include:


  • Comparison of how high school seniors analyze their college decision to how college seniors regard their employment decision
  • Project documenting the growth of a Bentley peer tutoring program
  • •Examination of market data through both traditional economics and fractal lenses; fractal properties in the stock market exist through supply and demand patterns that repeat on both the same and different timeframes