Students cultivate critical thinking and master statistical and mathematical tools while trusting their innate originality and developing skills in data analytics and theory and computation that are valuable in a variety of professions.

The Power to Tackle Big Problems

  • Students regularly receive opportunities to apply classroom knowledge in practical settings such as internships and undergraduate research.
  • The faculty members in our department care about the success of the students and help them reach their career goals.
  • We offer undergraduate coursework in five tracks leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Statistics or a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics.
  • Our graduate programs include a Master of Science in Mathematics or Statistics.
  • We also offer students an opportunity to meet the full requirements of the B.S. and M.S. in a shorter time period — a fast-track dual degree program — than the separate degree programs. You may complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Statistics in four years and the Master of Science in Mathematics or Statistics the fifth year.
  • Students majoring in mathematics, statistics or another relevant area of study may minor in Mathematics or Actuarial Sciences.
  • We collaborate with the School of Graduate Studies in the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program for mathematics or statistics.
  • We offer coursework tailored to a career in actuary science, teaching and data analysis.

Degree Programs

Career Paths for Mathematics and Statistics Majors