Follow the links on the right to the degree requirements in the catalog.
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Mathematics with concentrations in
- General Mathematics
- Health Informatics
- Bachelor of Sciences (BS) in Mathematics with concentrations in
- Advanced Mathematics
The B.A. program is more flexible than the B.S. program. It allows one to specialize in mathematics and at the same time either to follow a broad liberal arts program or to specialize in a second area (possibly even taking a second major).
The B.S. program is more technically oriented; it provides solid preparation for work or study in mathematics or a related field. Students interested in graduate school should get the B.S. degree.
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- Students First: The Students First Office (SFO) coordinates intervention processes across different academic and administrative units in order to determine the best possible success strategies for students facing academic, social, or financial setbacks. In collaboration with other support services across campus, SF serves as an academic information station for assisting students with academic advising, academic appeals, course overload requests, and graduation plan completion. SF advisors are also responsible for the advisement of all exploratory (undecided) students at UNCG.