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Department of Mathematics

You already know the basics — now dig deeper to increase your literacy and competency for a career in the mathematical sciences.

You’re here because you already know two plus two is just the beginning of an incredible body of knowledge in mathematics. Increase your literacy and competency in mathematics for a career in the mathematical sciences, in teaching, for pre-professional training, or for a technology profession that may not even exist today!


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Your options are endless: statistics, calculus, geometry, abstract algebra, topology, differential equations and many more! The problem-solving skills you finesse will apply far beyond just equations. Dig deeper into the incredible body of knowledge that constitutes mathematics by earning your degree in the field. This is a path for students who want to pursue grad study in math, become mathematicians

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Applied Mathematics

Receive a thorough foundation of applied mathematics including an in-depth study of calculus concepts. Highly qualified professors will walk alongside you to ensure your comprehension along the way resulting in useful, practical knowledge. This is a path for students who want to apply math skills to other professions like business, engineering, etc.

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Math Education

Interested in becoming a math teacher? Earn your Math Education degree and gain real classroom experience. Visit our How to Become a Teacher page to learn more about the steps and requirements to earn your teaching degree and certificate.

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Mathematics/Physics Education

The need for qualified secondary math and physics teachers is critical. You can help fill this need through our unique program. Mathematics/Physics teaching majors receive core and specialized professional education in addition to the general education required of secondary and K-12 teacher education students. Educate young minds about the nature of our universe's fundamental elements, motion and energy.

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