This degree affords maximum flexibility and is suitable for students planning to teach secondary mathematics or enter a professional school.
This degree is appropriate for students who plan to obtain a scientific, industrial, actuarial, or government employment.
This degree has three tracks, one in pure mathematics, one in applied mathematics, and one in actuarial mathematics. The first two specializations prepare students for graduate study in any area of mathematics. The last specialization prepares students to enter the actuarial profession.
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The Mathematics Department also offers an undergraduate minor in mathematics.