Chaired by Patrick Sime
A bachelor’s degree in mathematics will allow you to learn both applied and core mathematics. The program is designed to provide you with a solid mathematical background while allowing you to tailor the program specifically to your interests and career goals.
The department offers a B.A. in Mathematics and a Minor in Mathematics.
All students are eligible to apply for the S-STEM Pillar Program scholarship.
The choice of course to meet the core requirement in mathematics depends on: a) results of a college-administered mathematics placement test; b) secondary school preparation; and c) potential major. Students are assigned to a developmental course, a 100-level course or a 200-level course.