With a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics is you’ll engage in a broad spectrum of coursework in the mathematical sciences. The program is intended to give you a deep sense of the human story and the philosophical underpinning of mathematics. This is the recommended major if you intend to go into secondary teaching, or if you desire to pursue graduate work in postsecondary teaching or mathematics. There are additional elective options for a B.A. and room for you to incorporate a minor field of study.
- Small class sizes
- Project and research oriented coursework
- Faculty who are experts in their field and who care about their students
Common career fields for mathematics majors include statistician, computer programmer, data analyst and educator. Our graduates are well prepared for graduate-level work, including teacher credential programs and master’s level research programs.
Shawn Wirts, Ph.D.
General Education Or Other Prerequisites
|CS-121||Introduction to Scientific Programming||3|
|Principles of Mathematics|
|General Physics I|
University Physics I
Required Courses (37 Units)
|MATH-320||Principles of Geometry||3|
|MATH-360||Probability and Statistical Methods||3|
|MATH-480||History of Mathematics||3|
|MATH-485||Senior Seminar in Mathematics||1|
Electives (9 Units)
Select three of the following:
|MATH-325||Introduction to Topology||3|
|MATH-375||Introduction to Game Theory||3|
Computer science courses (advisor approval required)