College of Arts & Sciences

Mathematics Bachelor of Arts | Bachelor of Science | Minor

Mathematics is used in engineering, the physical and biological sciences, economics, computer science, and many more
professions. Students with strong backgrounds in algebra and trigonometry may begin college study in the calculus sequence then
choose an area of concentration within mathematics, such as pure math, applied math or financial math.
To learn more, click this link to the Department of Mathematics web site.

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 Alumni Testimonial
Tyler Eckert
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“The math program at OSU has allowed me to develop deductive reasoning skills necessary in the business world. It has given me the ability to discover patterns in data to solve real-life problems and create value for my company. I enjoyed the intimate nature of small class sizes and extraordinary faculty dedicated to helping me excel inside and outside of the classroom.”   -  Tyler Eckert

 Finish in Four

To help you meet the goal of graduating in four years, our Finish in Four plans show you a typical sequence of courses to complete your degree.

BA Mathematics Four Year Plan
BS Mathematics Four Year Plan 

 Degree Sheet

BA in Mathematics 
BS in Mathematics  
BS in Mathematics - Actuarial & Financial Mathematics
BS in Mathematics - Applied Mathematics
BS in Mathematics - Secondary Teacher Certification

 Earn a Minor in Mathematics

Find out more about earning a Minor in Mathematics by reviewing our Minor Requirements sheet.

  Fact Sheet

The Fact Sheet will highlight some important information about the Mathematics Department.

 Meet our Faculty

One of our greatest assets is our faculty. Our professors are nationally recognized  as outstanding teachers and innovators in mathematics education, as well as internationally recognized and widely published in research in mathematics and mathematics education. If you would like to know a little bit about each, visit our Faculty Bio Page.

Contact Information: 
Math Department  401 Math Sciences
Phone:                     405.744.5688