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

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:** See UB International Undergraduate Admissions.

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.