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Bachelor's degree in Mathematics

Develop quantitative and problem-solving skills in preparation for a career in math, actuarial or financial services, research, business, teaching and more.

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Bachelor's degree in Mathematics

B.A. and B.S. in mathematics; minor

K-State's math department offers quantitative and problem-solving skills for use in math careers or other fields. Math graduates are sought for their specialized knowledge and ability to reason, think analytically and solve problems.


The K-State difference

The university’s I-Center fosters groups of undergraduate and graduate students, postdocs and faculty jointly working on cutting-edge problems in applied mathematics, pure mathematics and interdisciplinary research.

Students have many opportunities for involvement in undergraduate research, and in doing so enhance their excellence in national research programs and make invaluable connections for their futures.

Additionally, the Undergraduate Mathematics Seminar introduces students to our department, programs, various applications and career opportunities through presentations by alumni, faculty, and business and government representatives.

Did you know?

28 K-State math majors have won Goldwater Scholarships, more than most state-supported universities.


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