Chart your pathway to success in mathematics
At SFA, you can choose a variety of mathematics pathways that will put you on the road to success. Our undergraduate degree program in mathematics and graduate degree program in mathematical sciences will immerse you in a supportive community of scholars and faculty as you develop independence, persistence and critical thinking skills valued by stakeholders in industry and education.
Want to be a mathematics teacher? You can pursue a bachelor's in mathematics with a minor in secondary education and graduate certified to teach high school mathematics. Already have a degree but not in mathematics and want to teach mathematics? You can pursue a master’s degree in school mathematics teaching. Not a mathematics major? The problem-solving skills developed when obtaining a minor in mathematics or statistics complement any degree.
Degrees and areas of study offered
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics awards four degrees:
Bachelor of Science
Master of Science
- Mathematical Sciences
- Mathematics emphasis
- Statistics emphasis
- Natural Science (Mathematics emphasis)
In addition, the department offers a minor in applied statistics.