Students majoring in Mathematics choose from one of the following areas of emphasis: Mathematics, Mathematics-Economics, Mathematics-Physics, Mathematics-Computer Science, Mathematics-Actuarial Science, or Mathematics Education.
The Mathematics Program offers an Economics and Mathematics Dual Major
. A dual major is one in which the faculty of each of the programs involved have determined that because of significant curricular commonalities and/or the requirements of external certifying bodies, students completing all of the course requirements for each major would benefit by being able to complete a single senior project and a specialized set of extended combined comprehensive exams. Dual majors are initiated by the faculty in the programs affected and are approved by the faculty as a whole. Students completing a dual major receive one diploma. The dual major is noted on the transcript. Additional information about dual majors is available from the Office of the Registrar.
The Mathematics Program also offers a Mathematics