The B.S. Mathematics program prepares students to work competitively with mathematics in a variety of quantitative career settings such as business, economics, social, and natural sciences. Additionally, the B.S. curriculum is tailored for students interested in pursuing graduate study in mathematics or other fields such as ﬁnance, computational science, or engineering.

### Program Outcomes

1. Students will be able to prove advanced mathematical theorems in at least two of the major disciplines (i.e., algebra, analysis, number theory, probability/statistics, etc.).

2. Students will be able to communicate mathematical concepts, and results of mathematical investigations suitable for the audiences of other mathematicians and consumers of mathematical analysis.

3. Students will demonstrate proficiency in undergraduate mathematics at a level sufficient for admissions into graduate level studies.

Students earning a B.S. degree with a major in mathematics must complete a minimum of 121 credits. Courses include the University Core Curriculum, and the course requirements indicated below.