Are you interested in mathematics, but want to consider other options to
majoring in mathematics? Then consider:
- You can take any number of math classes you wish without actually
majoring in mathematics.
The Computer Science/Math major involves some interesting mathematics
some of which is especially suited for those interested in computers.
- A Mathematics Minor offers more freedom
to choose only a few upper division courses.
- An Applied Mathematics Minor is similar, but
with an eye to applying mathematics to real-world situations.
- A Contract Major is a major that combines aspects of more than one
existing major. Students interested in mathematics and a different subject
may benefit from this kind of a major if their schedule does not allow them
to take all the courses in both majors.
- A Double Major involves taking all the courses in two subjects. Common
double majors involving math might also include Computer Science/Math,
Chemistry, or Art.