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California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
Mathematics B.S.

The Department of Mathematics Bachelor of Science degree program will provide you with a rich and rigorous education in mathematics while preparing you for a wide range of career opportunities. Recent graduates have been accepted into doctoral programs at top-notch research universities while others have taken lucrative positions in industry or pursued careers in secondary teaching. Majors have the opportunity to pursue their own mathematical interests through senior projects. Math has a vibrant and engaging faculty with diverse areas of expertise, and students can choose from a wide variety of interesting topics. Recent projects include coding theory, oceanography, topology, and pedagogical issues in high school mathematics. For those interested in more advanced mathematical training, a Master of Science degree program is available, which can be earned in two years after obtaining a Bachelor?s degree or through the blended 4+1 program that leads to both a Bachelor and a Master of Science degree in five years. Students admitted to the Master?s program may apply for employment as a teaching associate. Graduates of the Master of Science degree program are fully qualified to teach at the community college level.

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