The Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics develops a level of skill that will enable the student to apply his/her knowledge in industry or teaching and prepares the student for advanced study of mathematics and other fields.
More information on Mathematics as a professional activity and on career opportunities is available on the department webpage:
A total of 130 credits is required for the bachelor’s degree in mathematics. Students may be exempted from the MACT 131 requirement based on high school certificate and score in mathematics or by passing a placement examination
Core Curriculum (30-42 credits)
The science requirements of the core curriculum electives are satisfied by the collateral requirements of the major.
To be chosen from the upper level MACT courses in consultation with the advisor. Students majoring in another Science or Engineering program may transfer up to 12 approved credits from their program toward the completion of these 21 credits if double majoring in Mathematics. See the Mathematics and Actuarial Science Department for details.