Our majors can earn Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degrees in any one of the following specialties. 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.
The Department also offers a minor in mathematics.
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General mathematics specialization
Develop a strong understanding of high-level mathematics across disciplines such as algebra, calculus, analysis, and topology, and others. The general/pure mathematics focus allows you to explore a breadth of mathematics topics.
Discrete mathematics/operations research specialization
Delve into operations research and discrete mathematics, including optimization theory, graph theory/combinatorics, game theory, and other math modeling techniques, with applications in political science, economics, business, and computer science.
Applied mathematics specialization
Apply mathematical theories to solve real-world problems with a specialization in Applied mathematics. The topics under Applied mathematics range from probability theory to numerical and data analysis.
Develop the ability to understand and make inferences from various types of data. The Statistics Specialization emphasizes practical methods in statistics, focusing on real-world applications.