Students completing a Mathematics degree must complete two different set of requirements, Major Requirements and General Education Requirements.
Mathematics Majors Requirements
The Department of Mathematics offers two different degrees, six major tracks, and the possibility of double majors and/or dual degrees. Here students can find the details about the different tracks, majors, the possibilities of double majors and dual degrees.
- Math Theoretical Track
- Math Honors Track
- Math Applied Track
- Math Biology Track
- Math Education Track
- Math Financial Track
- Double Majors and Dual Degrees
General Education Requirements
Students completing a degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science have the option of completing either a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.). This choice does not change the major program requirements. The difference between earning a B.A. or a B.S. lies within the General Education (GE) coursework a student must complete as a part of their undergraduate degree. Students may find more information about GE requirements can be found here or in The College of Arts and Sciences Advising and Academic Services. Students that need additional information should contact their Academic Advisor.
Degree Audit (DARs)
Students can use Buckeye Link to run a degree audit, which provides an evaluation of how all the courses they have completed are used to meet both general and major are course requirements. Students can review instructions to run a Degree Audit (DARs) [pdf].