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Undergraduate Programs

Majors:

Actuarial Mathematics

The actuarial mathematics major is specifically designed for students who wish to pursue an actuarial field, pursue graduate work in financial mathematics, or employment in a mathematics or statistics-related field.

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Applied Mathematics

The applied mathematics major is intended for students wishing to pursue graduate work in mathematics or otherwise obtain employment in a mathematics field.

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Big Data Analytics

The big data analytics major is designed for students wishing to pursue one of the many jobs that require solving important large-scale problems in applied science, engineering, business, industry and government as well as pursue graduate work in big data analytics.

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Statistics/Biostatistics

The statistics/biostatistics major is intended for those who wish to pursue graduate work in statistics or otherwise obtain employment in a statistics-related field, especially biostatistics.

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The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Teaching Licensure degree is intended for those who wish to pursue a career in teaching mathematics at the high school level, and leads to teaching licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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Students may pursue a minor in mathematics with an emphasis in one of the three following areas: applied mathematics, statistics/biostatistics or actuarial mathematics.

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Graduate Programs

The master's program in computational and applied mathematics is designed to produce applied mathematicians and statisticians who can meet the growing demand for analytical and computational skills in traditional scientific and multi-disciplinary fields. Students in the program can choose to pursue an option in either applied mathematics, statistics, or biostatistics.

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The doctoral program in computational and applied mathematics is designed to produce applied mathematicians and statisticians who can meet the growing demand for analytical and computational skills in traditional scientific and multi-disciplinary fields. Students in the program can choose to pursue an option in either applied mathematics, statistics, or biostatistics.

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Linked Program

The linked program allows students to count up to 12 credits of graduate coursework toward both their undergraduate and master's degrees. Students must earn a minimum of 150 credits (120 for the undergraduate degree and 30 for the graduate degree).

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