College of Arts and Sciences


A B.S. in mathematics prepares students for careers in business or education, or for entry to a graduate program by developing strong problem solving and critical thinking skills. Our approach to mathematics engages students in their education providing them with the fundamental concepts in algebra and analysis. Students of the Mathematics program graduate with an overall understanding of the role math plays in fields such as physics, engineering, business, and more. Students also have the opportunity to pair their degree with a minor that suits their skills and interests.

Mathematics majors are required to earn 11 credits in the physical or natural sciences, including two laboratory courses. The science courses should be selected from a list of courses approved by the department.