The department offers full-time undergraduate programs leading to the Bachelor of Science. Concentrations are available in applied mathematics, biomathematics, general mathematical sciences, mathematics and secondary teacher preparation. Visit the B.S. in Mathematical Sciences page for details.
The teacher preparation concentration offers, in partnership with the School of Education, a five-year program leading to both an undergraduate major in mathematics and a master’s degree in education. Visit the Accelerated B.S. and M.S. page for details.
Students may also be interested in a mathematics minor to supplement another major. Visit the Minor in Mathematics page for details.
In addition, we offer service courses for departments throughout the university, and courses which enable students to fulfill their mathematical general education requirements. We teach nearly 10,000 students every year, but we have only about 200 majors, allowing students frequent interaction with faculty as well as an up-close view of some of the rewards, excitement and opportunities available to mathematicians.
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