Bachelor of Science
The Bachelor of Science in mathematics incorporates an emphasis on statistical analysis and computer applications. It is intended to prepare graduates for careers in business and industry, statistics, and the actuarial profession, as well as graduate study in mathematical sciences.
Upon graduation, students who have majored in mathematics will be able to relate a core of basic mathematical concepts, use a variety of problem solving strategies, construct and communicate valid mathematical arguments, apply mathematical skills to problems in other disciplines, and make use of multiple technological tools for solving problems.
First-year students intending to major in mathematics should have successfully completed four years of high school mathematics including some trigonometry. Students begin their major programs with either MATH 217 Calculus I or MATH 225 Discrete Mathematics. Anyone who is uncertain about their preparation for these courses is encouraged to consult with a member of the department.