B.S Mathematics

A mathematics major or minor will provide students with many job opportunities besides teaching, such as actuary, computer programmer, agricultural economist, banking, law, computer analyst, and many more. Most job settings require workers to be problem solvers.

A mathematics major or minor, when paired with another area of study, enhances job placement in almost any area. Mathematics graduates at SWOSU have been successful in finding jobs in a wide variety of career fields or in pursuing a graduate degree in mathematics and/or computer science.

Course Requirement Information
Required Courses Credit Hrs Career Links
General Education 43-44 hrs
Degree Specific
29-30 hrs
Minimum Hours Required for degree 120 hrs
Approximately 8 Semesters


For students who enrolled at SWOSU before Fall 2004, download Course Sequence here.