Department of Mathematics
What can I do with a degree in Mathematics?
Graduates in mathematics generally find employment in the following areas:
- Industry: working in operations research, statistics and applied mathematics.
- Information Science: consulting and design.
- Education: teaching mathematics in elementary, secondary or post-secondary schools.
- Government: doing research, data and statistical analysis, forecasting and computing.
- Computer Science: programming and systems analysis.
- Operations Research: doing simulation and modeling.
- Actuarial Science: consulting, financial projection and statistical resolution
What will I learn?
Mathematics is a logical inquiry into shape, arrangement, quantity and other related concepts. You will learn mathematical theory, logical thinking, applications and proof. Problem solving, analysis and computational strategies will be emphasized, along with computer and communication skills.
- Bachelor’s degree (major and minor)
- Applied mathematics bachelor's degree (major or minor)
- Teaching degree (major and minor)
- BIS emphasis
What is the application process?
Although there is no application deadline, we encourage you to apply early and register for classes. Contact the Department of Mathematics for specific information or to schedule an advisement time.