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To be admitted to the mathematics degree program, students must have at least a 2.0 overall grade point average (GPA); must have completed MATH 155, 156, and 283 with at least a grade of C in each; and must have at least a 2.5 GPA in all of the required mathematics courses attempted prior to the request for admission. MATH 283 should be taken no later than the sophomore year, and if that course has not been completed with a grade of at least a C, a student may request admission on a provisional basis; the petition should be addressed to the Mathematics Academic Standards Committee.
The Department of Mathematics offer undergraduate programs in a Mathematics major and minor as well as Industrial Mathematics and Statistics (IMS). The IMS Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree allows students with a strong interest in applying a wide range of skills in mathematics, statistics and computer science to problems encountered in "real world" settings. In addition to course work in these areas, students will also obtain expertise in an area of application in which they are interested. They will be able to seek employment in a wide range of fields including statistics, computer science, and applied mathematics.