The Bachelor of Arts degree program in mathematics is a liberal arts program that provides a flexible course of study for students with three concentrations designed to meet different career objectives.
Mathematics for Liberal Arts
This 42-unit program is ideal for liberal arts students seeking a solid background in mathematics.
Mathematics for Teaching
This is a 45-unit course of study for students pursuing a single-subject mathematics credential in secondary education. Students in this concentration receive credit for early field experience, as well as a capstone course designed to link contemporary mathematics to the high school curriculum.
Mathematics for Advanced Studies
This is a 48-unit program designed to prepare students for technical careers or graduate studies in mathematics.