The BA is a comprehensive Mathematics degree that allows students the flexibility to follow their own interests in coursework, research, and independent study. By completing the core, students will develop knowledge and skills in the major areas of mathematics (discrete and continuous, deterministic and probabilistic). In their remaining elective courses, students will be able to pursue their interests in pure or applied mathematics.
Majors and Minors in Math
Mathematics - B.A.
Mathematics - B.S.
The BS is designed for students interested in continuing studies in math intensive fields after graduation. By completing the core, students will develop knowledge and skills in the major areas of mathematics (discrete and continuous, deterministic and probabilistic). By designing a concentration, students will explore in depth mathematics of their own choosing.
Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) - Adolescence Education
This program prepares students for initial certification for middle school and high school teaching, grades 7-12, in Mathematics. In this five-year program, students can complete a bachelor's in mathematics and the M.A.T.
The mathematics minor program provides an option for non-majors who wish to take mathematics courses, be guided in course selection, and receive recognition for their studies.
Data Science Minor
The Data Science Minor combines mathematical modeling, computational thinking, and inferential reasoning to draw conclusions from data in the world around us. Students learn the tools used by data scientists and engage in the interdisciplinary problem-solving needed to make sense of data and effectively communicate findings.
For Further information
If you have any questions about the degree options in Math, please contact the Department Chair.