Undergraduate
Mathematics opens the doors to many promising career paths.
CareerCast ranked
mathematician as best job for 2014
based on four factors: environment,
income, outlook, and stress. Statistician was ranked third and actuary was ranked fourth.
A
study
by PayScale shows that the top 15 highestearning college degrees have a common element: mathematics.
Not only do many professions and majors (engineering, doctors, physics, nurses, computer science, actuarial science, etc.)
require courses in mathematics, but the analytical and problemsolving skills students learn in mathematics can
apply to all disciplines.
At Temple Math, there are several degree programs from which to choose: the Bachelor of Arts
in Mathematics, the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, the Bachelor of
Science in Applied Mathematics, the Bachelor of Science with Teaching, and
joint programs with Computer and Information Science, Economics, and Physics.
 The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics provides a solid mathematical foundation
and also allows for the most flexibility.

The Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics focuses on mathematical and
computational methods. In particular, this degree is suitable preparation for professions
featuring sophisticated mathematical modeling and/or computational science.

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics provides an indepth theoretical
background focusing on the traditional core areas of mathematics. The traditional entry
for preparation for graduate or professional schools.

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics with Teaching program is aimed at
students interested in teaching mathematics at the high school level. This
program combines a solid mathematical foundation with the pedagogical training
necessary for success as a high school teacher. This program also satisfies
Pennsylvania's teacher certification requirements.

Fiveyear combined bachelor's and master's programs are also available.
For New Students
Prep for:
 ALEKS Placement
 Intermediate Algebra (Math 0702)
 College Algebra (Math 1021)
 Precalculus (Math 1022)
 Calculus I (Math 1041)
Courses
Degree Programs and Flow Charts
Flow charts and advising sheets may be found on the
main CST site.
Information for Current Students
Policies
If you have any questions please contact the
director of undergraduate studies or the department chair.