There's never been a better time to study math. As reported in the Wall Street Journal (Jan. 2009), the jobs site CareerCast.com listed Mathematician, Actuary, and Statistician as the top 3 jobs among 200 studied. Improving mathematics education is currently a significant priority in the United States. And as explained at WeUseMath.org, a major, double major, or minor in mathematics can prepare you for a startling variety of careers.
Visit the links below to see what is required for math-related majors and minors, and to see what you'll experience along the way. Be sure, too, to check out the Opportunities page.
- Program requirements
Requirements for majors in mathematics, mathematics teaching, and mathematics & science education, as well as minors in mathematics, mathematics teaching, and mathematical research
- Required exams
Information on the Midstream Exam and Major Field Achievement Test Exit Exam required of all mathematics and mathematics teaching majors.
- Featured student: Peter Lemke
Interview with a recent math graduate from BHSU.