Mathematics is an essential part of the natural and social sciences. Since ancient times, it has been central to human thought and crucial to the intellectual development and progress of many civilizations. Most importantly, Mathematics strengthens our ability to reason logically and think critically.
The Department of Mathematics offers courses and degree programs, both undergraduate and graduate, leading to careers in a wide variety of fields, including academia, finance, engineering, computer science, biology, medicine, and law.
Undergrad ProgramsThe Department of Mathematics offers both bachelor of science and a bachelor of arts degrees, BS in Math Secondary Education, BS in Mathematical Finance, BS in Math & Physics, and five different minor programs.
Graduate students can pursue a Master of Science degree in Mathematics concentrating in either the Theory track or the Industry track.
Accelerated Master's DegreeComplete a bachelor's and master's degree in a combined five years.