Degree Programs & Courses
Programs of Study
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers courses leading to
the degrees of bachelor of science or bachelor of arts with a major in
mathematics; master of science in mathematics; and master of arts for
the teaching of mathematics.
The bachelors degrees have options for applied mathematics, discrete
mathematics/operations research, statistics, or general mathematics
The B.A. degree provides a traditional liberal arts experience through
a balanced course of study in the arts, humanities, foreign language,
social and natural sciences. The B.S. degree provides a more intense
experience in mathematics, computing and science.
The department offers the following degrees and options.
Undergraduate Degrees, Minors and Declarations
- B.A. Applied Mathematics Option
- B.A. Discrete Math/Operations Research Option
- B.A. Statistics Option
- B.S. Applied Mathematics Option
- B.S. Discrete Math/Operations Research Option
- B.S. Statistics Option
- Undergraduate Minors in Mathematics and in Statistics
- Undergraduate Declaration forms for Mathematics and Statistics
- Master of Science in Mathematics (Pure Math, Applied Math and Statistics Options available)
- Master of Arts in the Teaching of Mathematics
- Upper Division Courses and Graduate Course Offerings
- UNR Schedule of courses
- The University Catalog math listings (click "Mathematics" or "Statistics")
- Detailed descriptions of our graduate course offerings.
- Planned upper division and graduate course offerings for 2009 - 2016
Department and College Brochures
Suggested Preparation for a Major in Mathematics
Students planning to major in mathematics at UNR should take four years of
mathematics in high school through at least pre-calculus.