Mathematical Sciences BS

Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences

In a high-tech world, mathematicians are more in demand than ever. Our Mathematical Sciences program will help you in developing the necessary analytical and critical skills necessary to succeed in any future career in mathematics. By pursuing this Bachelor of Science degree, you will gain and use intellectual skills from studying various aspects of math, which are highly regarded by graduate and professional programs. We offer you options in pure or applied mathematics, along with the pathway to teacher certification.

Industry Highlights

Math majors consistently find high job satisfaction rating for jobs that require mathematical skill.

- CareerCast.com

Career Opportunities

  • Public or Private Schools
  • Actuary Work
  • Operations Research
  • Biomathematics
  • Cryptography
  • Finance

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of small class sizes and weekly meetings to discuss topics of interest in math or computer science, along with opportunities in undergraduate research and math competitions.


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