Mathematics is a key component to many different disciplines, and an Interdisciplinary Mathematics degree can enhance your mathematical and technical knowledge and allow you to pursue a variety of careers. The Interdisciplinary Mathematics curriculum focuses on solving problems and understanding how things connect.
Your education in mathematical concepts and tools will strengthen your ability to interpret the world around you, analyze situations, and solve problems. Foundational mathematics requirements consist of basic and advanced courses in calculus, statistics, and algebra, and you can also choose electives in computer science, chemistry, or physics.
The flexibility of the program allows you to pursue a career in actuarial science, data science, accounting, finance, the sciences, and many other fields.
With this major, you will follow your curiosity to explore multiple interests. As an Mathematics – Interdisciplinary major, you'll pair your degree with an associated minor or second major. Your second area of study enables you to apply your mathematical skills in a related area of interest.
Mathematics – Interdisciplinary majors may choose any of the following majors as their secondary discipline: accounting, biology, chemistry, computer engineering, computer science, economics, engineering, environmental science, finance, or physics.
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