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With the completion of a mathematics major, a student, depending upon the choice of upper division courses, will be prepared to pursue: (1) a career in the mathematical sciences (Applied Concentration); (2) a course of graduate study in Economics (Economics Concentration), (3) a course of graduate study in Statistics or a career as a Statistician (Statistics Concentration), (4) a career in teaching (Teaching Concentration, normal or blended); or (5) a course of graduate study leading to an advanced degree (Theoretical Concentration).
The Applied Mathematics Concentration prepares students for careers in the mathematical sciences, and includes courses in ordinary and partial differential equations, numerical and complex analysis, and probability and statistics. The Economics Concentration includes courses in algebra, real analysis, and probability and statistics, together with applications of microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics. The Statistics Concentration includes courses in nonparametric statistics, regression, analysis of variance, probability theory, and mathematical statistics. The Teaching Concentration includes courses in geometry, algebra, probability and statistics; contact with teaching faculty and experiences gained through student presentations in discussion and activity periods. The Theoretical Concentration focuses on graduate school preparation and includes advanced algebra, real and complex analysis, probability and statistics.
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