Bachelor of Science with a major in Mathematics (MTH)
The B.S. program in mathematics provides a foundation for students
who wish to pursue graduate studies in any area of the mathematical
sciences, to enter the actuarial profession, or to enter careers where
mathematics is used in an engineering or science setting.
Bachelor of Arts with a major in Mathematics (MTA)
The B.A. program in mathematics provides for a breadth of
mathematical study within the context of a liberal arts degree. It may
be chosen as a preparation for a professional career in business,
education, law or social science. It affords the student a significant
distribution of courses in the humanities and social sciences so that he
or she can develop a concentration in a field other than mathematics.
The student's career goals will generally suggest desirable upper level
Bachelor of Science with a major in Applied Mathematical Economics
The B.S. program in applied mathematical economics provides a
foundation in economics, mathematics and statistics needed for graduate
study in economics or applied statistics, or for research and technical
careers in business or government service. This degree is offered
jointly by the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Economics
and Finance in the School of Business Administration.
Minor in Mathematics (MTH)
A minor in mathematics can be obtained by completing twelve semester
hours of upper-level mathematics classes (300-400 level).
Minor in Actuarial Sciences (ACS)
The minor contains seven courses in mathematics for a total of
twenty-four semester hours. Mathematics majors will take all but two of
the mathematic requirements for the minor as part of their major
The minor also contains six courses in accounting, economics, and
finance for a total of eighteen semester hours. Economics and finance
majors will take all of these courses as part of their major
requirements. They will be able to substitute two of the mathematics
courses for those that they are required to take for their major.
Undergraduate mathematics course descriptions from the UD
Information on when courses are offered
For more information about our undergraduate programs, contact
Dr. Joe Mashburn, Chair
Department of Mathematics
University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-2316