A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of North Texas can lead to working on important, challenging, real-world problems in business, industry, medicine, government, education and scientific research.
With a bachelor’s degree you can:
Our math alumni work for Microsoft, NASA, PricewaterhouseCoopers and school districts across the United States.
Our curriculum provides you the math foundation and analytical skills for a successful career. In addition to pursuing a bachelor’s degree, you can earn academic certificates in actuarial science, statistics and the mathematics of scientific computation or achieve teacher certification.
The Math Lab offers you a quiet space to complete homework or receive assistance with specific problems. It’s staffed by students with strong math backgrounds.
Many of our faculty members are internationally recognized experts in their fields and have worked as consultants for private companies and government agencies. They’ve also earned degrees from some of the nation’s most respected universities.
The math department funds several scholarships to help you pursue your education. Information about these scholarships is at our website. Positions also are available as tutors and graders.
We host various conferences, seminars and colloquiums that provide different viewpoints and discuss research being conducted in math.
Upper-level math majors frequently work with faculty members on research grants, gaining valuable research experience in preparation for graduate school. Our Research Training Group in Logic and Dynamics conducts high-quality research on the connection between the two fields of study. Selected by the National Science Foundation, UNT is one of only four universities in the nation participating in the program.
Students also have access to our mathematics library, which contains more than 500 mathematics journal subscriptions, most of which are available electronically.
Your course work will vary if you’re pursuing teacher certification. The bachelor’s degree requirements include:
Advanced math classes include abstract algebra, differential equations, geometry, graph theory, Fourier analysis, probability, statistics and topology.