The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) curriculum provides students with a solid foundation in mathematics, while allowing them to combine the study of mathematics with an in-depth study of another field. For example, students can acquire excellent credentials for medical school by combining their B.A. in mathematics with at least two years of chemistry and at least one year each of biology and physics. Additionally, the B.A. in Mathematics provides strong credentials for law school as well as for graduate school in mathematics.
Students seeking the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics are required to take a minimum of 15 courses (47 credits):
To remain in the Mathematics major program, a student must maintain an average of C in all required courses for the Mathematics major, with no grade less than C- in any Mathematics major core course. The Mathematics major core courses are defined as the set consisting of MTH200, MTH203, MTH300, MTH301 and CMP201.