Degree Programs

The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers graduate degrees and undergraduate degrees that prepare students for careers in academia, industry, and education.

Graduate degrees

Graduate students can earn a Ph.D. in Mathematics (emphasis areas: Pure Mathematics and Applied Mathematics), a Ph.D. in Statistics & Data Science, or an M.S. in Mathematics (three emphasis areas each with thesis and non-thesis options: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics).

Apply now online through the Graduate School Admissions website.

Undergraduate Degrees

Undergraduate mathematics majors can earn degrees of Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Bachelor of Arts (B.A.). The Bachelor of Arts degree provides a traditional liberal arts experience through a balanced course of study in the arts, humanities, foreign language, social and natural sciences. The Bachelor of Science degree is an "extended program" that provides a rigorous education in mathematics, computing and science.

Students planning to major in mathematics are encouraged to consult an advisor from the Mathematics and Statistics Department to design a program of study in mathematics or statistics.