# Undergraduate Programs

## Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Mathematical Sciences offers undergraduate degrees in actuarial sciences, applied mathematics, mathematics, mathematics & data science, mathematics and economics, and secondary math education. We have a total of about 200 students in these majors. The department also offers a minor in mathematics and a minor in mathematics and data science. Every year, about 60 students graduate with such a minor.

There is an active math club, teams for math competitions, funding for research with math faculty, internship opportunities, and careful mentoring, teaching and advising by the more than 35 research active professors in the department.

### Look through our undergraduate programs

### Our Minors

### 4+1 Programs

- Math has several 4+1 programs, to find our more about each of them view the department page in UD's Course Catalog.

#### Dominique Guillot

Associate Professor

**Office**: 503 Ewing Hall

### What can I do with a degree in Mathematical Sciences?

From data analytics to actuarial sciences, math-oriented degrees give students the quantitative and analytical skills to succeed in a variety of high-demand and high-paying fields.

### Are you interested in research?

Our department offers many opportunities for undergraduates to get involved in research. Many research-active faculty are funded by the National Science Foundation, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, and other funding agencies.

Special Math Course Registration

Registration for courses in the mathematical sciences should typically occur through the normal registration process or in consultation with your major advisor. In special cases, your advisor will ask you to consult the department directly. This should be done using the course registration help form linked to the left.