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.
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.
- 4 Year Plan: Secondary Teaching Emphasis
- 4 Year Plan: Middle School Teaching Emphasis
- 4 Year Plan: Liberal Arts Emphasis
- 4-Year Plan: Applied Mathematics Emphasis- Applied Statistics Concentration
- 4 Year Plan: Applied Mathematics Emphasis- Applied Mathematics Concentration
- 4 Year Plan: Applied Mathematics Emphasis- Computer Science Concentration
- Minor in Computer Science
- Minor in Applied Statistics
- Minor in Mathematics with a Liberal Arts Emphasis
- Minor in Mathematics with a Secondary Teaching Emphasis
For a general schedule of undergraduate courses offered by the School of Mathematical Sciences, download the Math Course Rotation or contact the math office.
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.