Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
This general-purpose mathematics degree allows you to choose
a minor. It prepares you for a career in industry or teaching or graduate
To earn this degree, you must complete 120 credit hours.
See the program sheet for more degree details. Note that from 2011-12, this degree does not require a minor. Advice for those with specific career goals is provided on our focus area page.
No grade below a C in a mathematics or statistics course
will count toward the requirements of this program.
For detailed information on courses and placement exams,
head to the academic catalog.