Mathematics is both a science and an art. Like any great art, mathematics has an intrinsic beauty and coherence that has attracted practitioners for centuries. Yet, unlike other arts, mathematics is a surprisingly effective tool for describing the natural world. Indeed, mathematics has come to serve as the foundation of modern science, through its language and results. Some mathematical results were initially developed in order to solve internally generated mathematical problems and only later found application in other disciplines; other mathematical results were inspired by the needs of these other disciplines. The two facets of mathematics - tool of science and subject of inquiry for its own sake - have come to be interwoven into a complex fabric.
Undergraduates interested in majoring in mathematics have a number of degree options to select from. This section will describe the various degree options, outline how to apply, and what it takes to successfully navigate a math major.
- Degree Options & Major Requirements
- Honors & Senior Thesis
- Continuation & Honesty Policy
- Graduation Policy
- Graduation Ceremony
- Math Minor
Undergraduates interested in minoring in mathematics can find information in this section.
Here you can find information about undergraduate research opportunities, student jobs, careers in mathematics, and where to find help studying.
- Career Resources
- Forms, Petitions & Links
- Guided Self Placement
- Math Study Center
- Math Tutors
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities
This external link lets you submit your transfer credits for evaluation to see if they meet any pre-requisites or required courses.