The mathematics department offers three degree programs. Full details about the requirements for each degree can be found in the *Course Catalog*.**Bachelor of Science in Mathematics**

Students interested in pursuing a career in mathematics or science should enroll in the Bachelor of Science program.

Requirements: 10 mathematics courses beyond the introductory year of Calculus, related lab science courses, and a culminating experience.

**Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics**

Students with strong interests outside of mathematics and science might prefer the Bachelor of Arts program. This option allows even more freedom to take a variety of courses across the university. It is also a popular choice for students who double major.**Requirements:** 8 mathematics courses beyond the introductory year of Calculus, one related course, and a culminating experience.

**Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematical Sciences**

This program is for students who want a strong background in applied mathematics or statistics and are interested in applying these tools in a field outside of mathematics. Students choose either the Statistics Concentration or the Applied Mathematics Concentration.**Requirements:** 10 mathematics courses beyond the introductory year of calculus, a computing course, five courses in a different program, and a culminating experience.

**Mathematics Education Certification**

Students interested in teaching mathematics at the middle school or high school level may choose to pursue the PA Certification to teach Secondary Mathematics (Grades 7-12).

Student complete a B.A. or B.S. in Mathematics and designated courses in Education. See the courses required.

**Economics and Mathematics**

Students with a strong interest in economics and mathematics can consider the B.S. degree from the Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics and Mathematics program.

**Concentration Areas**

In either the B.S. or B.A. in Mathematics program it is possible to obtain a designated Concentration in Pure Mathematics or a Concentration in Statistics by choosing electives appropriately.

The department also offers a **Mathematics Minor.**

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