The Department offers a B.S. in Mathematics with three distinct tracks:
- Pure: for students bound for graduate school in mathematics and for future teachers
- Applied: for students bound for an industry career right after graduation, or for students interested in advanced studies in other sciences
- Computer Science: for students interested in scientific computation or graduate school in computer science
Each track within our major begins with a foundational course (Math 103: Intro to Upper Division Math) and ends with a capstone project (Math 193: Senior Seminar).
We also offer minors in both Mathematics and Computer Science. In addition, double and split majors with other disciplines are possible.