# Undergraduate Mathematics Majors

College graduates with a degree in mathematics have the foundation for a broad range of positions in business, industry, government, and education. The Department of Mathematics offers a diverse spectrum of courses in both applied and pure mathematics, with a choice of the following undergraduate degrees:

B. A. in Mathematics with Mathematics Education Concentration

The B.A. in Mathematics with a Mathematics Education Concentration curriculum provides the student with a basic background in mathematics; successful completion of this program will allow the student to become certified to teach secondary school mathematics in Texas.

B.A. in Mathematics

The B.A. in Mathematics curriculum provides the student with a basic background in mathematics in the context of a liberal arts education.

B.S. in Applied Mathematics

The B.S. in Applied Mathematics curriculum provides the student with a basic background in mathematics and offers training that emphasizes mathematics applicable to business, industry, and government.

B.S. in Mathematics

The B.S. in Mathematics curriculum provides the student with a basic background in mathematics and allows a student to place some emphasis on an area of mathematics that is closely related to engineering, the biological, physical, or social sciences.

B.S. in Mathematics with Mathematics Education Concentration

The B.S. in Mathematics with a Mathematics Education Concentration curriculum provides the student with a basic background in mathematics; successful completion of this program will allow the student to become certified to teach secondary school mathematics in Texas.

Mathematics Minor

Students from any major can add a minor in Mathematics.

Secondary Major in Mathematics

Students from other degree programs may earn a secondary major in Mathematics.

Furthermore, students interested in K-12 teaching can obtain teaching certification in mathematics through the School of Education.