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## Explore the power of mathematics

Challenge yourself, conduct research with dedicated faculty, and develop versatile skills that can be applied to various industries—including research, government, academia, and more. You’ll leave with the skills and knowledge to succeed wherever your career takes you.

## Explore undergraduate programs

Each semester, the Department of Math teaches nearly 4,000 undergraduate students. Our introductory courses prepare students to major in many different areas, and our advanced courses give students the training necessary for a variety of careers or graduate programs.

If you are taking an introductory math course, visit the math placement page for information about placement tests and policies.

If you are searching for more information about math courses, visit the program pages:

- Program in Traditional Mathematics (Program A)
- Program in Secondary Education (Program B)
- Program in Math-Related Specializations (Program C)

If you want to know more about mathematics undergraduate degrees, visit the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Minor pages for information about degree programs and requirements.

## 4,000

Undergraduate students per semester taught