The Unit of Mathematics offers undergraduate courses leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics. This degree will enable graduates to secure employment or pursue advanced studies in mathematics and related disciplines. Additional courses are offered to provide specialized training for pre-service school teachers.
Since mathematics forms the foundation of any scientific, statistical, or technical activity, students who successfully complete a course of study in this major will have tremendous opportunities for graduate study, research, or employment in a technical field. Students majoring in mathematics who maintain significantly above average grades can obtain fellowship offers for graduate study leading to advanced degrees in mathematics, applied mathematics, bio-statistics, actuarial science, biometrics and mathematics education.