About our Programs
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers Bachelor degrees in the areas of Mathematics, Mathematics/Teaching, and Statistics. We also offer a Master of Arts degree in Applied Mathematics with concentrations in Secondary Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics and a Master of Science Degree in Mathematical Sciences with concentrations in General Mathematics, Mathematics, Computer Sciences, and Statistics.
Our Accelerated 3+2 Dual Degree program allows students to receive both their Bachelors degree and their Masters degree in 5 years on an accelerated plan.
For those looking for a minor, we offer minors in Actuarial Science, Mathematical Sciences, Mathematics, Mathematics/Teaching, and Statistics.
For more information on each of our programs, see our detailed course requirements and 4 year planners below.
Bachelor of Science Degrees (includes 4-year planners)
- Mathematics, B.S
- Mathematics/Teaching, B.S. (Computer Science/Mathematics Concentration)
- Mathematics/Teaching, B.S. (Mathematics Concentration)
- Statistics, B.S.
Master of Arts
- Applied Mathematics, M.A. (Secondary Mathematics Concentration)
- Applied Mathematics, M.A. (Applied Mathematics and Statistics Concentration)
Master of Science