A Bachelor of Mathematics degree is comparable to a Bachelor of Arts or Science, with specialty in Mathematics. A Bachelor of Mathematics may be combined with an internship in addition to the coursework.
A Bachelor of Mathematics aims to increase the student’s ability in analytical thinking, quantitative reasoning, and problem solving that is necessary for work in mathematically oriented careers. Students of Bachelor of Mathematics programs will have a full understanding of theoretical and applied mathematics. Graduates holding a Bachelor of Mathematics degree can go on to careers in accounting, industrial mathematics, statistics, consulting, finance, insurance, or teaching, for example. Students are also prepared to continue to postgraduate education for a Master’s degree.
If you are passionate about the field of mathematics and want to turn this into a career, then a Bachelor of Mathematics may be waiting for you. Scroll through the options below!
Integration of the ASEAN community has influenced the increased importance of English usage in the classroom. Mathematics teachers are no exception. St. Theresa International College is proud to be the first private university-level institute that offers the international program for Bachelor of Education in Mathematics. If you are planning on becoming a teacher with expertise in Mathematics, English, and advanced teaching methodologies, our Bachelor of Education (Mathematics) program is the best choice for you. [+]
Mathematics Minor Program aims at students of engineering and economics programs and focuses on algebra, number theory and applications, functional and complex analysis etc. [+]
The Mathematics Track provides a strong foundation in mathematics up to the level of a two-course sequence in either abstract algebra or real analysis. [+]
In this program, students receive an introduction to all the major areas of mathematics. After an introductory foundation is established, students tailor electives to their own interests and needs. [+]
Mathematics forms the foundation of modern science. It is essential for those who want to understand and take part in the important scientific developments of our time. But it is also extremely useful for students in the social sciences and anyone who wants to comprehend, more fully, the world around us. [+]
Anyone who lacks the strong math foundation they need for a career in tech, but is eager to learn has a home in our foundational course. Students acquire all the basic tools they need to continue studies in Computer Science, Data Science or Cyber Security. Graduating MSL means opening the doors to apply for a place at Harbour.Space University and any other top-rate tech university in the world. [+]
The Department of Mathematics and Sciences the responsibility of teaching all courses of Mathematics and Physics through all colleges of the university. [+]
The mathematics major aims to develop patience along with tools of abstract reasoning - to think and, hence, to solve problems in the world of social sciences and the world of physical sciences. [+]
Given its black-and-white, highly objective nature, mathematics can seem like a relatively impersonal academic discipline. At Lakeland, however, you will discover that mathematics, like every other subject, is taught with a personal touch. We have teachers who will really get to know you personally. We'll be able to monitor you as you work your way through the program, encourage you to participate in extra activities if we think you're not living up to your potential, give you extra help if we see that you're struggling in a... [+]
The Actuarial Mathematics program offers a well-balanced curriculum in applied mathematics with advanced preparation for the actuarial profession. [+]
The bachelor's degrees in mathematics have options for applied mathematics, discrete mathematics/operations research, statistics, or general study [+]
Physics is both rigorous and fascinating because it deals with the fundamental questions about nature and ideas consisting of matter, force, energy and motion. Physics students enjoy the challenges and rewards of solving a problem and enjoy learning how nature works, from studying the structures of galaxies at the largest possible [+]
Claflin University offers four dual-degree programs through partnerships with South Carolina State University, Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College, Greenville Technical College and Clemson University. All degrees are housed in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. [+]
The Undergraduate Degree Course on Computer Science (CS) is a 1st cycle qualification under the new Bologna European recommendation (a degree known as "Licenciatura", in Portugal), requires 6 semesters of full time education and it is being offered at UM since 2006. [+]
The four-year (Honours) degree has three different streams: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or (Non-specialized) Mathematics. [+]