Degree Programs in Mathematics
The Mathematics and Statistics Department at Washburn University offers Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in Mathematics. There are three degree specialties for the mathematics majors, a minor in Mathematics and Statistics, and a two-year Associate of Arts degree. Please select the appropriate program to learn about the requirements.
- Pure Mathematics
- Mathematics Secondary Education
- Actuarial Science
- Minor in Mathematics
- Associate of Arts
- The general requirements for an Associate of Arts degree in Natural Sciences and Mathematics are listed in the catalog. See Requirements Common to all associate degrees, in the index. For a field of concentration in Mathematics, 12 required hours are satisfied by Mathematics courses numbered 151 or above (excluding MA 206 and MA 228). (This statement is from the 2014 – 2015 Washburn University catalog.)