Mathematics opens doors to opportunity
According to studies, not only do mathematics majors score the highest of students in any field on the LSAT and GMAT (tests required for law and business school entrance), but they also make higher salaries and report higher levels of job satisfaction than almost any industry.
You’ll develop highly marketable skills sought after by nearly every sector of the job market, from engineering to science and technology, telecommunications to pharmaceuticals, and government work to teaching in the classroom.
If you have a head for numbers and want to continue developing your analytical skills and problem-solving abilities, you’ll have the opportunity for one-on-one research with professors in coding theory, encryption, and graph theory. You'll collaborate with students in other departments, such as music. You could tutor other students, experiencing how to communicate mathematics to others who need your help.
If you'd like to teach math, you will major in mathematics and also take education courses to earn secondary teaching licensure for grades 7–12.
- Intense, individualized instruction with flexibility for you to study your interests
- Combine mathematics with other majors like business, computer science, art, music, and chemistry to diversify your skills
- Senior Seminar will give you opportunities to present papers and do research on advanced topics
- Excellent opportunities for internships with professionals who work in your desired industry
View course curriculum
Each course and other requirements for the Mathematics major are listed in the official Academic Catalog.
Once in the catalog, you can use the buttons (pictured left) located at the upper right of the page to plan your courses, save courses to your own personalized catalog, print them, and more!
Students who are majoring in another program may choose to take a Mathematics minor in addition to their primary course of study. A minor normally consists of a minimum of 15 semester hours, 6 of which must be taken at the 300/400 level. Each academic school or department must approve the student and curriculum to be used in the completion of each minor for the Office of the Registrar to verify at the point of graduation.
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