As a Mathematics student, you’ll learn the language and methods of mathematics to solve problems in a variety of disciplines.
- Mix theoretical and applied coursework.
- Learn from outstanding and award-winning teachers with doctoral degrees from Berkeley, Chicago, Harvard, Michigan, Princeton, Rice, and other top-rated universities.
- Graduate with a wide range of future opportunities.
Students interested in the Actuarial Science concentration should refer to the Actuarial Science page.
Course Examples by Year
Calculus I and II
Discrete Mathematics I
Introduction to Mathematical Proof
Physics I and II
Introduction to Programming
Discrete Mathematics II
Abstract Algebra I
Real Analysis I
Where Graduates Go
Recent Mathematics graduates are working in education; finance and industry for companies such as Lockheed Martin, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs; and serving in the armed forces. Double majors use mathematics in conjunction with their other major. Others pursue graduate study in mathematics, statistics, data science, education, finance, medicine, or law.