Extended Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
This degree was discontinued
in 2011, but we will be keeping information on the degree as a reference and
resource for those still enrolled in the program before its cancellation.
This degree requires no minor and gives you a more extensive
selection of courses. If you would like to pursue a graduate degree or career
in one of the focus areas below, this degree is for you.
To earn this degree, you must complete 120 credit hours,
with 30 of them required to be upper division courses.
Advice on which courses to take to support career goals is provided in focus areas:
- actuarial careers - work in the insurance
industry and related areas
- careers in statistics - pursue a career in
- careers in applied mathematics - cover a wide
range of application areas
- preparation for graduate study in mathematics -
pursue a graduate degree in mathematics or a related area
See the program sheet for more degree details:
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.