Bradley’s mathematics program develops your understanding of math processes and applies your knowledge to professional settings.

Preparing You for Success

You learn how math explains the world around you, and you apply that knowledge to business, computers and other sciences. Classes introduce you to research and high-level analytical tools you can use professionally. The major gives you a broad foundation in statistics, problem-solving and advanced math, then you can tailor it to your career interests. It can be paired with a second major, such as chemistry, computer science, finance or physics.

By the time you graduate, your experiences may include:

  • Close relationships with faculty in small classes
  • Opportunities to network and present research at regional conferences and math competitions
  • A yearlong senior project

Making Your Mark

Math majors are valuable in cryptography, data analytics, financial forecasting and software engineering. Recent graduates have attended graduate school at the University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Illinois and University of Iowa. They're working for schools, insurance companies, financial institutions and consulting firms.

Major Requirements

Required Courses - 30-31 hrs.

  • MTH 121: Calculus I - 4 hrs.
  • MTH 122: Calculus II - 4 hrs.
  • MTH 207: Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications - 3 hrs.
  • MTH 223: Calculus III - 4 hrs.
  • MTH 325: Probability and Statistics I - 3 hrs.
  • MTH 404: Modern Algebra I - 3 hrs.
  • MTH 420: Introduction to Analysis - 3 hrs.
  • MTH 494: Senior Project in Mathematics I - 0 hrs.
    MTH 495 - Senior Project in Mathematics II - 3 hrs.
  • CS 100: Introduction to Programming Concepts and Languages - 3 hrs.
    or CS 101: Introduction to Programming - 4 hrs.

Two of the following sequences

  • MTH 325: Probability and Statistics I - 3 hrs.
    and MTH 326 - Probability and Statistics II - 3 hrs.
  • MTH 404: Modern Algebra I - 3 hrs.
    and MTH 405 Modern Algebra II - 3 hrs.
  • MTH 420: Introduction to Analysis - 3 hrs.
    and MTH 421 - Advanced Calculus - 3 hrs.
    or MTH 403 - Complex Variables I - 3 hrs.

Note: Other sequences may be approved by the department; however, any two sequences must include four distinct courses.