If you are considering a Major or Minor in Mathematics, please call Patti Wieclaw, 716-645-8785, or visit the Undergraduate Studies Office, Room 233, Mathematics Building.

Except for transfer students, application for admission to the Mathematics Major is made after admission to UB, and after completion of a certain amount of coursework. Students are usually admitted after passing MTH 141-142-241 with a 2.5 GPA. See UB Admissions.

**Transfer students**
normally apply for admission to UB and to one of the Mathematics
undergraduate programs at the same time.

**International
students:** Admission to UB is selective and is based in part
on the quality of your academic record and the number of spaces
available in the class. See UB
International Undergraduate Admissions.

Review the objectives for mathematics majors in the document, "Learning Objectives for Mathematics Majors".

For general information about our undergraduate program, see the UB Undergraduate Catalog.

The Office of Financial Aid will assist you with the financial
aid process.

**Computing and Applied Mathematics**

Mathematics major with a concentration in computing and applied mathematics; designed for students interested in careers in applying mathematics or doing scientific programming.**General Study in Mathematics and Education**For the student whose career goal is to attain a master's degree for professional certification in adolescent mathematics education; may be coupled with a minor in teacher education.

**General Study in Mathematics**

Basic theoretical course of study for mathematics majors intending graduate study in mathematics or a related field.**General Study in Applied Mathematics**

Mathematics major for intended graduate study in applied mathematics; for students planning a career and/or graduate study in applied mathematics.**Mathematics and Economics**Joint major in mathematics and economics.

**General Curriculum in Mathematics**

This is a basic liberal arts major program in mathematics. It is not tied to a specific career direction, but rather provides a general background for students interested in a variety of careers that require mathematical expertise. This program is well suited to students pursuing mathematics as a second major.

**Actuarial Science**Program for students interested actuarial and related careers.

**General Study in Mathematics**Basic theoretical course of study for mathematics majors intending graduate study in mathematics or a related field.

**General Study in Applied Mathematics**Mathematics major for intended graduate study in applied mathematics; for students planning a career and/or graduate study in applied mathematics.

**Mathematical Physics**Program for students interested in graduate study in theoretical physics or applied mathematics.

Five-year, 138-credit combined degree program. Admission requires a minimum GPA of 3.0 in courses through differential equations and linear algebra, as well as letters of recommendation. For program details, contact the director of undergraduate studies.