The School of Mathematical Sciences offers a wide range of degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. We have separate information pages for undergraduate programs, master's programs, and our doctoral program in educational mathematics.
Bachelor of Science Degrees
Our Undergraduate Mathematics page contains information on the majors and minors we offer, including the mathematics, mathematics education, and computer science concentrations available in the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree. Includes four-year plans.
The Catalog Description of the Undergraduate Program in UNC's online course catalog is the official description of undergraduate majors and minors offered by the School of Mathematical Sciences.
Our Graduate Studies page contains more details on graduate programs offered through the School of Mathematical Sciences, including information on applying, financial support, faculty research, recent graduates, and the graduate student handbook.
Masters of Arts Degrees
The Master's Program for Secondary Teachers page describes program and application information for current secondary mathematics teachers looking for additional graduate-level mathematics and mathematics education coursework.
Doctor of Philosophy
Our Ph.D. in Educational Mathematics program is one of the largest mathematics education doctoral programs offered by a U.S. mathematics department (see recent graduates). For interested students who do not have a master's degree in mathematics or mathematics education, we have an associated Master's en Route program.
UNC Mathematics Contest
Every year the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Northern Colorado offers a Mathematics Contest for students in grades 7-12. For information for students, teachers, and parents about the contest and how to participate, please visit the UNC Math Contest website.
The Northern Colorado Math Circles provides Math Circle sessions for both middle school Math teachers and middle school students (4th-8th graders). We also provide summer workshops for students and teachers. For more information check Student Circle and Teacher Circle webpages.