Undergraduate Mathematics Program
The mathematics major provides the basic mathematical tools for applications in business and industry, such as actuarial science and computer work, statistics, operations research, teaching mathematics at the secondary school level, or pursuing graduate studies in mathematics, statistics, or related fields.
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science - Secondary Education
- Bachelor of Science - Applications of Mathematics
Effective July 1, 2010, Connecticut law requires all students in teacher/educator certification programs to undergo state and national criminal history background checks before participating in school-based field experiences and student teaching.
Minor in mathematics
The Mathematics Department has developed its minor program to complement a variety of majors including biology, computer science, earth science, economics, physics, political science, psychology, and liberal studies. As part of a liberal studies major, the mathematics minor is also a good choice for elementary education majors. In fact, the minor in mathematics is compatible with any major at Southern.