Students interested in specializing in Mathematics and intending to do either graduate work in Mathematics or work in business or industry will be interested in this degree. The Mathematics Department Degree Program prepares students for employment in the private or public sector, graduate school, and scientific research. Studying Mathematics naturally develops quantitative thinking and analytic problem solving, talents with universal application. Demand will always be high for individuals with these universal talents to solve society’s diverse and complex problems.
Seven concentrations and a No Concentration Option are available for a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science.
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
All coursework taken for the Mathematics major or minor must be completed with a grade of “C-“ or better.
If planned correctly, some disciplines, such as Computer Science, and Math 6-12 Teaching endorsement, require few, if any, additional math courses beyond what is required for the major.