Undergraduate Programs

Mathematics is one of the oldest academic disciplines, valued for its intrinsic beauty, as training in logical and analytical reasoning, and for its widespread applications throughout other disciplines. As our society adopts more technology and collects more data, training in mathematics becomes ever more valuable.

Select from one of the following options to learn more about the individual programs of study:

Major in Mathematics

At the bachelor's level, the Department of Mathematics offers two majors, two minors and a plan of study for students interested in Actuarial Studies:

Additional programs offered are Mathematics-Teacher Education Program (Grades 9-12), B.S., a joint Data Science, B.S. with the Computer Science Department, and a combined B.S./M.S. (4+1) Program.

If you have already declared a math major and track under a previous catalog, you can choose to stay in that track; here is a description of the prevous tracks and their requirements.

Major in Data Science (joint with the Computer Science Department)

The B.S. In data science degree curriculum allows you to customize your experience to focus on emerging fields such as biomedical informatics, business analytics, bioinformatics, geoinformatics, physics, digital humanities, and health informatics.

Minor in Mathematics

Minor in Pre-Acturial Studies

For more information on majors and minors, see the Undergraduate Catalog.

New Five Year Combined B.S./M.S. program

Read about the five year combined Bachelors and Masters degree program

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