# Undergraduate Programs

### Undergraduate Degree Programs

The Department of Mathematics & Statistics offers a variety of degree programs to suit the career aspirations and and educational interests of students that pertain to the mathematical sciences. The major programs fall broadly into three categories:

- The
**Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics**and**Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree**programs are intended for students interested in continuing to graduate school or for those who wish to gain a deep understanding of mathematics before continuing on to industry.

- The
**Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education degree**progams are intended for students who want to teach mathematics at some pre-college level. Majors must choose from the options of

Occasionally, a student may
choose and complete two options. All programs lead to certification to teach in New Hampshire.

- The
**Bachelor of Science degree programs in Applied Mathematics**allows a student to gain an understanding of mathematics in its applications, preparatory to work in industry. Majors must choose from the options: - The
**Bachelor of Science in Statistics degree**

In addition, for students not majoring in mathematics, there
are
several ** Minor
Programs in
Mathematics** available that closely mirror our available list of
majors.

Qualified students who are interested in gaining an enriched academic experience in mathematics or statistics can pursue an** Honors-in-Major **opportunity.

If you are interested in becoming a math major, please visit or call the department office (603-862-2320).

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