## Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) offers you broad flexibility to combine your interest in math with almost any major, minor or certificate

View B.A. degree informationStudents who major in mathematics—sometimes called “the language of the universe”—enjoy patterns, puzzles, and numerical challenges. Mathematicians are curious about why things are true. Knowing that mathematical properties underlie every aspect of the physical universe, they quantify their observations in order to better understand the patterns of the world.

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) offers you broad flexibility to combine your interest in math with almost any major, minor or certificate

View B.A. degree informationAn Interdepartmental Degree in Economics and Math allows B.A. students to earn one degree that combines coursework from both disciplines

View Interdepartmental degree informationThe Mathematics B.S. gives a much deeper look at the subject. Within it, there are two different options: a B.S. I program, focusing on theoretical math, and a B.S. II program, concerned with mathematical applications

View B.S. degree informationBusinesses, industries, and government agencies actively seek math majors for their strong analytical and abstract reasoning skills. A math degree also prepares you for a variety of graduate programs.

- College of Arts & Sciences
- Department of Mathematics