About the Department
The Mathematical Sciences program is designed to meet the ever-increasing demands for diverse quantitative skills, and offers the following opportunities of study:
The curriculum provides an opportunity to obtain the Bachelor of Arts degree or an undergraduate minor in Mathematical Sciences, either online or on campus.
The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Sciences is designed to prepare students for careers using mathematics, operations research, and statistics. This education is extremely valuable for careers in any of the following:
The degree also prepares students for graduate study in Mathematical Sciences or related areas.
For more information and answers to frequently asked questions about majoring in math online, please visit our FAQ Page.
The online and onground programs have identical curricula and utilize the same full-time tenured and tenure-track professors. Our offices are in the WUIS building on the east side of campus (along with the WUIS radio station). For the interest of those of you studying at a distance, there is a flyover video of the campus on YouTube, taken in 2015 and 2016. The east campus shows at 1:20 in the video, although the WUIS building is not very visible.