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Mathematics and Economics Department Undergraduate Programs and Minors

Explore our programs for undergraduate students

Economics-BS

Bachelor of Science

The economics major is designed to develop and enhance critical and analytical thinking in a focused program of study. The Bachelor of Science in economics includes a broad-based exposure to economics followed by courses in intermediate microeconomics, intermediate macroeconomics, and statistics.

Mathematics-BS

Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics is recommended for the student desiring considerable specialization in mathematics. Courses selected according to the student's objective will prepare him/her for employment as a mathematician in industry or government, in the fields of science, engineering, computers, statistics, business, economics, and actuarial science.

Mathematics Education (Grades 5-8 and Grades 6-12)

Bachelor of Science in Education

The Bachelor of Science in Education-Mathematics allows students to be licensed teachers of mathematics in two grade bands, grades 5-8 and grades 6-12. These programs will prepare students to excel in their teaching career with hands-on learning experiences in and out of the classroom.

Mathematics-Statistics

Bachelor of Science, Concentration

For any student wanting to enter a career with technology or to pursue graduate studies in statistics, the mathematics major with a concentration in statistics is a perfect foundation.

Mathematics-BA

Bachelor of Arts

Upon graduation, this student will be extremely well prepared to pursue a graduate degree in mathematics or a related area, or to enter a job situation requiring versatility rather than specialization.

Economics Minor

Minor

The economics minor is designed to develop and enhance critical and analytical thinking in a focused program of study.

Mathematics-Minor

Minor

Gain proficiency in various mathematical disciplines with this minor.

Dual Degree- Engineering ESU Bachelor of Science Mathematics

Engineering, Bachelor of Science

The dual-degree engineering program allows the student to complete all of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science with a major in mathematics in three years and one summer at Emporia State University, then complete additional hours at either Kansas State University or the University of Kansas for a Bachelor of Science in engineering.

Dual-Degree Engineering ESU Bachelor of Science Mathematics-Statistics Concentration

Engineering, Bachelor of Science

The dual-degree program in engineering allows the student to complete all of the requirements for the degree of bachelor of science with a major in mathematics, including all major requirements as well as those in general education, in three years and a summer of residence at Emporia State University.