What courses will you take?
The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers two undergraduate degree programs, one leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and the other to the Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics. In both programs, you will take courses covering the same mathematical content.
The BS program requires more science courses than the BA program and offers the following options, which lead to a wide variety of careers:
- General Option
- Applied & Computational Mathematics Option
- Bioinformatics Option
- Business Applications Option
- Computer Science Option
- Probability & Statistics Option
- Teaching Option
The BA program is suitable for students with career interests outside the sciences, such as business, economics, or philosophy.