Undergraduate Programs

The UNC School of Mathematical Sciences offers a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics in three different emphasis areas: a Secondary Teaching emphasis, a Liberal Arts Emphasis, and an Applied Mathematics emphasis, which includes a choice of concentrations in Applied Statistics, Applied Mathematics, or Computer Science.

We offer minors in Computer Science, Applied Statistics, Mathematics with a Liberal Arts emphasis, and Mathematics with a Secondary Teaching emphasis.   UNC students can also major in the Interdisciplinary Studies Elementary Teaching (ISET) program, which is directed towards prospective elementary school teachers, with a concentration in mathematics.

Degree Requirements

For more information on degree requirements, see the official Catalog Description of the Undergraduate Program, including the requirements for our major and minor degree programs.

Four Year Plans for a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Undergraduate Minors

Course Rotation

For a general schedule of undergraduate courses offered by the School of Mathematical Sciences, download the Math Course Rotation or contact the math office.

Student Resources

The school and university offer a variety of services to help you succeed, including computer labs and tutoring. Information on some of these services is collected on our student resources page.

Extracurricular Mathematics Opportunities

There are a variety of opportunities for students to engage in mathematics outside of the classroom.  A current list of these activities is available on our extracurriculars page.