Actuarial Science — Prepare students for careers as actuaries, who assess risk and operate in variety of insurance, financial and consulting environments.
Mathematics — The mathematics major focuses on the most significant branches of mathematics, including real analysis, abstract algebra and finite mathematics, and provides a program that gives students a balanced view of pure and applied aspects of modern mathematics.
Mathematical Programming — The mathematical programming major provides a blend of mathematics and computer science. In addition to acquiring a solid mathematical background, mathematical programming students also study applications through courses in business, economics and computer languages.
Secondary Mathematics Education (Education Department) — The Bachelor of Science in Secondary Mathematics Education program provides students with the academic knowledge, learning strategies and teaching approaches needed to be successful mathematics teachers. Mathematics education candidates will gain certification to teach math, grades 6 through 12.