The department offers two degrees, three majors and three minors:
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
- Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics with optional concentrations in Actuarial Science, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Environmental Science, Physics, or Statistics. Also optional double concentrations in: Biochemistry and Statistics, Biology and Statistics, Chemistry and Statistics, Economics and Statistics, Environmental Science and Statistics, Physics and Statistics.
- Minor in Mathematics
- Minor in Applied Mathematics
- Minor in Statistics
Please reference the Undergraduate Catalog for course requirements specific to the Mathematics Department majors and minors.
- The Department of Mathematics provides training in mathematics and its applications to solve problems in business, engineering, the social sciences, and other disciplines.
- The curriculum offers a blend of pure mathematics and its applications. Majors are well prepared for positions in industry, government, and education, as well as for graduate studies.
- The department offers opportunities for students to grow their passion for mathematics and enrich their understanding of its role in the world through participation in conferences, community teaching, undergraduate research, and clubs. Majors may also participate in the annual William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition held every December.