The Department of Mathematics offers a BA degree in mathematics, a BS degree in mathematics, and a BSEd degree in mathematics education. By choosing from available electives, students can specialize in specific branches of mathematics or pursue a concentration in a related field such as financial mathematics, statistics, actuarial science, or applied and computational mathematics. In all degree programs, students receive a sound preparation for graduate study.
The Department of Mathematics offers the master of arts degree with options in mathematics and mathematics education, the master of science degree in applied statistics 1, a certificate in applied statistics, and the master of science degree in applied and computational mathematics.
The Department offers four accelerated, 3+2 undergraduate/graduate programs for capable and motivated students. These programs allow students to complete their baccalaureate and Master’s degree in five years comprised of three years of undergraduate study followed by two years of graduate study.