Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics
Individual Attention, Small Classes Lead to Success
Not only is math one of the most high-demand career fields, but with our flexible program, you can earn another major or minor and still graduate in four years. We also offer the Marie Curie Scholars Program to women who excel at math and science. This prestigious scholarship provides significant financial support and resources for academically talented young women who are interested in what have come to be called the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) disciplines. You could receive up to $20,000 annually for four years!
With a mathematics major, you can choose from a variety of career options including actuarial work, statistics, inventory control, financial planning, computer programming, systems analyst and more. Your professors will challenge you to think in new ways and they will champion your successes.
Best of all, class sizes are small, some with 10 or fewer students, so you get the individual attention that helps you immerse in the subject matter and engage with the professor and fellow students.
Calling all curious minds and aspiring scientists! If you’re ready to explore the fascinating realms of math and science, the STEMinists Club is your ticket to a world of endless possibilities. This club strives to serve its members by finding outreach programs, hosting informative sessions about various career paths, and discovering math- or science-related opportunities.
The U.S. Department of Labor predicts employment in math occupations to grow 30% through 2032, much faster than the average for all occupations. It’s expected about 67,200 jobs will be added. The median salary is $113,990 annually for actuaries, $99,960 for mathematicians and statisticians and $85,720 for operations research analysts.