What can you do after graduation?
- High School Mathematics Teacher
- Market Research Analyst
- Forensic Analyst
- Commodities Trader
A bachelor in mathematics paves the way to career possibilities in a number of exciting fields. With two concentrations each offered in the B.S. in mathematics and the B.A. in mathematics, you can design a degree plan that fits with your future goals.
Mathematics is the foundation of our technological society and is a growing, changing discipline. It’s been a vital ingredient in physics and chemistry and the intellectual fabrics of a broad range of disciplines, increasing its impact on such diverse areas as space science, management and the social sciences. More recently, the fundamental role of mathematics has been recognized in biology and medicine.
For its practicality and interdisciplinary reach--and for its development of problem-solving and analytical skills--this degree prepares students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in math for a variety of well-paying career paths, and it also appeals to graduate and professional schools.
Mathematics, BS/BA (MATH)
Applied Mathematics, BA
Pure Mathematics, BA (MATH-PURE)
Mathematics, BS (MATH)
Actuarial Science, BS (MATH-MASC)
*Based on track selection
University Requirements: 56 credit hours + Major Requirements: 56-62 credit hours (choice of 2 tracks) + Electives: 10-14 credit hours = Total Required: 128 credit hours*
Regular: February 1st
National Candidates: May 1st
Early Action: November 1st