Undergraduate Degree Information
Prepare for your career
The Mathematics Department provides a curriculum suited to many different fields of study. The department administers undergraduate major and minor areas of concentration. Students may focus on a Bachelor of Science degree with such options as:
- Actuarial Science (click here for more information)
- Applied Mathematics
- Theoretical Mathematics
- Secondary Mathematics Teaching with Certification
- Secondary Mathematics Teaching without Certification
Complete details about all of these options including their course requirements, may be found in the Mathematics Guide for the Undergraduate.
You may also be interested in a minor in mathematics or statistics.
For information about mathematics education please click here.
Undergraduates have an exciting opportunity to collaborate with faculty members on research projects that address emerging issues in mathematics. These projects involve working closely with faculty and may ultimately contribute to research publications. Several of our undergraduate students who have worked on research projects have gone on to pursue graduate research and education in other nationally reputed universities. For information about previous undergraduate research you may click here. If you are interested in research opportunities with faculty, we invite you to contact faculty members individually for more information.
Several faculty have mentored undergraduate students on research projects under the Undergraduate Biology and Mathematics (UBM) program. For more information about this program you may visit the www.ubm.wsu.edu website.
Other Links of Interest
Below you will find links regarding undergraduate degree information, the Math Placement Exam, on-line math lessons, as well as other links to help you in your mathematics academic experience.
Enhanced Math 105 available Spring 2014!
Want to learn math at a slower pace,
with more help? Then check out the new "enhanced" versions!
Enhanced Math 105 Information
The department offers FREE tutor-assisted study halls on a drop-in basis during the fall and spring semesters. For more information click here.
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