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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Mathematics provides tools for explanation and analysis in the physical, engineering, business and social sciences.

For the latest course information please visit the UMass Lowell Online Academic Catalog.

If you have questions about our undergraduate program, contact Prof. James (Kiwi) Graham-Eagle, undergraduate coordinator.

Through Graduate, Online & Professional Studies 

Professional studies courses generally meet in the evenings. Some courses are also available online.

For admissions information, visit the UML admissions site:

Note: If you are interested in studying Math, Science or Engineering, it is strongly recommended that you take four years of Math and Science.

UMass Lowell undergraduate students with a 3.0 GPA or better have the opportunity to save time and money by earning a bachelor's and a master's degree in a little as five years. Students can continue from bachelor’s to master’s level studies within their own department. Or students can apply to a program in a different department to create a set of skills to meet emerging needs in the workplace and their own academic interests.

Learn more about Bachelor's to Master's Programs 

Please refer to the UMass Lowell Graduate Catalog for the latest information about courses, retention, degree and thesis requirements.

Why Study Mathematics at UMass Lowell?

Matt Desmond, UMass Lowell Mathematical Sciences Major and UTeach participant.

Concentrations for Bachelor of Science Majors

Concentrations in the major include: Applied & Computational Mathematics, Bioinformatics, Business Applications, Computer Science, Probability and Stats, and Teaching. The department also offers a minor.

UML Alumni Get Great Jobs

Alumni work at prestigious companies such as DataRobot, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Mercury Systems, BAE, Scribe Software, U.S. Census Bureau and school districts throughout the region.

Check out what the Mathematical Sciences alumni have been up to.


Research & Internship Opportunities

UMass Lowell mathematics students have the opportunity for one-on-one research with faculty on problems of pure or applied mathematics and statistics. Among the companies where students have interned are John Hancock Financial, Lincoln Laboratories, MITRE Corporation and NASA.

Learn more about faculty research.