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Johns Hopkins University Bachelor of Arts - Mathematics
Johns Hopkins University

Bachelor of Arts - Mathematics

Baltimore, USA

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The undergraduate program in the Department of Mathematics is intended both for students interested in preparing for graduate study and research in pure mathematics, and for students interested in using mathematics to pose and solve problems in the sciences, engineering, social sciences, or other areas. Undergraduate mathematics majors will study:

  • The foundations of analysis, which begins with the study of functions and their derivatives and integrals
  • The fundamentals of advanced algebra, which is based on axiomatic systems involving operations of addition and multiplication in general settings
  • Additional subjects such as geometry, probability, and topology
  • Applications of mathematics to science and/or engineering.

A candidate for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics is required to have completed the major requirements listed below. All courses used to meet these requirements must be completed with a grade of C- or better and may not be taken satisfactory/unsatisfactory (S/U) grading scheme.

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