A Degree That Adds Up
Mathematics majors can head in many different directions, because they've learned how to think and reason. Employers appreciate that, and graduate programs will accept mathematics majors into almost any program of study. Our mathematics majors have gone off to graduate school or jobs in computer science, finance, actuarial science, law school, economics, political science, or city planning. Yes, some have even continued in graduate school with mathematics or statistics!
As a mathematics major, you will take classes such as:
- Concepts of Abstract Mathematics
- Discrete Mathematics
- Differential Equations
- Foundations of Mathematics
- Theory of Numbers
Optional Teaching Certificate
Students who wish to teach Mathematics in middle school or high school can choose the Teaching Certificate Track. You will take teacher training courses in addition to your subject classes. Upon graduation, you will have earned a secondary education license in the State of Mississippi.
- Small Classes - most are under 20 students
- Transfer-Friendly University - apply your community college courses toward a bachelor's degree
- Personalized Advising - Faculty work with you one-on-one to schedule classes that meet your career goals