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Mathematics and Economics Department Undergraduate Programs and Minors

Explore our programs for undergraduate students


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.


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.


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.


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


Economics is an excellent background for a variety of careers in business, financial institutions, public utilities and government.



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.