This concentration focuses on how mathematics is applied to other disciplines or industry and requires a minimum of 12 units of directed study outside the Math Department to explore those applications. If you’re interested in a career or advanced study in fields such as engineering, data analytics, statistics, physics, aeronautics, finance, actuarial science, biology, medicine or the geosciences, you might pursue this concentration.
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This concentration focuses on the mathematics you need to know for teaching. If you choose this concentration, you’ll be prepared for a teaching credential program for high school math or to pursue a graduate degree in mathematics education.
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The broad and rigorous concentration in pure mathematics is designed for those who will pursue an advanced degree in mathematics or those who choose careers requiring significant mathematical training. Graduates with this concentration are well prepared to enter graduate programs in mathematics and capable of bringing a broad range of mathematical skills and expertise to a wide range of careers.
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