Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Mathematics offers three programs leading to degrees in mathematics. The bachelor of arts program is suited especially for students who are also interested in humanities (such as philosophy, history, language, or theology). The bachelor of science program is designed for the general mathematics student; however, it is particularly appropriate for students who are also interested in physical science or computer science. The applied mathematics degree is intended for students who want an in-depth mathematical training in preparation for a professional career in mathematics or a closely related field.

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Mathematics, BA

The BA degree is intended for students who want students who are also interested in humanities...

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Mathematics, BS

The BS degree is intended for the general mathematics student as well as those interested in physical science, computer science, or engineering...

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Applied Mathematics, BS

The B.S. Applied degree is intended for students who want an in-depth mathematical training in preparation for a professional career in mathematics or a closely related field. In particular, students planning to attend graduate school in mathematics, applied math or a mathematically intensive scientific field should strongly consider the B.S. Applied degree.

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