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Bachelor Degree in Mathematics

Format: In person on the Statesboro Campus or the Armstrong Campus in Savannah
Credit Hours: 124

Mathematics is a discipline which requires the abilities to think logically and to reason correctly about diverse concepts.  Mathematicians must also be able to communicate complex theorems and equations in a thorough, concise way.

As a student in Georgia Southern’s bachelor’s degree program in mathematics, you will learn to solve problems in the areas of calculus, algebra, probability and statistics, but you will also learn how to demonstrate logical argumentation and writing skills.

Armed with these skills, graduates from our mathematics program will enter an exciting job market. which is expected to grow by more than 20 percent by 2024 – much faster than many other job sectors.

With our mathematics degree, each student must choose between taking the third year of a foreign language or taking a course with international content as stipulated in the Sample 4-Year Plans below. Learn more about what you’ll learn from our Mathematics Program Learning Outcomes and from the mathematics degree information below.

B.S. in Mathematical Sciences

Designed primarily for students wishing to pursue graduate studies in mathematics, the program provides a solid background in all areas of mathematics.

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As a Mathematics major at Southern, you will be prepared to take the next step toward your career. Discover mathematical science careers for students like you to get started.

*All Georgia Southern University students are required to complete a 60-hour comprehensive core curriculum. Mathematics majors must complete additional specialized course work totaling at least 126 credit hours. Faculty advisors work closely with majors in planning their programs of study. For a complete description of the courses related to these majors, please see the Georgia Southern Catalog.

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Last updated: 5/19/2023