The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics is an excellent choice for students interested in pre-engineering, computer science or teaching. It includes higher-level math courses and additional credits in science or computer science. Students in the 129-credit undergraduate degree program choose from among four different concentrations: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics with Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, or Mathematics Education.
Graduates with degrees in mathematics are in demand by the best employers and graduate schools. The program combines rigorous coursework with outstanding academic support from both professors and peers. Graduates can expect to be seen as attractive candidates by graduate schools or by employers in a variety of industries such as insurance, technology, engineering, education and manufacturing.
Check out the LIU Post Undergraduate Bulletin to learn about degree requirements, course descriptions, and more.